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what an Advertising Agency is. 

An Advertising Agency is an organization 
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For instance, we ourselves represent 1200 
Texas Newspapers, to say nothing of the 
thousands of newspapers and magazines out- 
side the state. We can place your ad ANY- 
WHERE at the same rates you pay direct. 

But that is merely one feature. We write 
booklets, circular letters, cards, folders, etc., 
sell bulletins, furnish printing, and make 
drawings and art designs. 



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prevents costly errors. 

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America. 
National Iron and Steel, Coal and Coke Blue 

Book. 

Real Estate Register and Directory of the 
United States and Canada. 



City and County Directories and State Gazetteers 



ALASKA 

State Gazetteer 

ALABAMA 

Birmingham 
Mobile 
Montgomery 
and .; other 
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ARIZONA 

State Gazetteer 

Phoenix 

S;.lt Kiv. Val. 

Tucfioit 

ARKANSAS 

state Gazetteer 
Port Smith 
Hot Springs 
Little Rock 
and 4 other cities 

CALIFORNIA 

Fresno 

Los Angeles 

Oakland 

Sacramento 
San Diego 
San -io»>e 
10 ot lit r cities 
and >: counties 

COLORADO 

Colorado Spga. 
Pueblo 

5 other cities 
and .4 counties 

DELAWARE 

Ben insular Dcty. 

of Delaware, 
Eastern Shore of 
Md. and Va. 

HIST. OF. COL. 
Washington 

FLORIDA 

State Gazetteer 

.Jacksonville 
I'ensacola 
Tarn |) a 
and 1 other 
cities 



GEORGIA 

Augusta 
Maeon 

and ;i other 

cities 

HAWAII 

.Honolulu 

IDAHO 

State Gazetteer 
Boise City 
Coeur d'Alene 
and 3 other 
cities 

ILLINOIS 

JoJiet 
Moline 
Rock Island 
Springfield 



MICHIGAN 

State Gazetteer 

Battle Creek 

Ray City 

Detroit 

Flint 

Grand Baplds 

Jackson 

Kalamazoo 

Saginaw 

-C other cities 

and 14 counties 

MINNESOTA 

State Gazetteer 
Duluth 
Minneapolis 
St. Paul 

15 other cities 
and « counties 



NEW MEXICO TENNESSEE 

State Gazetteer State Gazetteer 
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NORTH DAKOTA Nashville 
State Gazetteer 



INDIANA 

State Gazetteer MISSISSIPPI 
Hattiesburg 



Fort Wayne 
Indianapolis 
Terre Haute 
5 other cities 
and 4 counties 



Meridi: 
Vick&uurg 

and :i other 
cities 



IOWA 

State Gazetteer MISSOURI 

Council i'.luiin 
Davenport 
I>efi Moines 
Sioux City 
7 other cities 
and t counties 



State Gazetteer 
St. Joseph 



KANSAS 
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Leaven- 
Topeka 
Wichita 
9 other cities 

KENTUCKY 

state Gazetteer 
Lexington 

MARYLAND 

Peninsular Dcty. 
of Eastern Shore 
of Md. 
Baltimore 
Baltimore Busi- 
ness 

Cumberland 
Frederick 



MONTANA 

State Gazetteer 

Anaconda 

Billings 

Butte 

Vi other cities 

and J8 counties 

NEBRASKA 

State Gazetteer 

Lincoln 

Omaha 

and <; other 

cities 

NEVADA 

Gazetteer 



Mi not 

Ward County 

OHIO 

Columbus 

Lima 

Newark 

Toledo 

21 other cities 

and 'I counties 

OKLAHOMA 

State Gazetteer 

Enid 

Gui hrie 

McAlester 

Tulsa 

and (i other 

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OREGON 

State Gazetteer 

Astoria 

Eugene 

Portland 

Salem 

3 other cities 

and 1G counties 



TEXAS 

State Gazetteer 
Austin 
Beaumont 
Fort Worth 

Houston 
Waco 

and 13 other 
cities 



State Gazetteer 

Ogdcn 

Salt Lake City 

2 other cities 

and 2 counties 

WASHINGTON 

State Gazetteer 

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Everett 

Seattle 

Spokane 

Tacoma 

other eitiefl 

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Erie 

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Lancaster 

Fittshurg 

Scranton 

Wilkes-Uarre 

York 

32 other cities 

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Wheeling 

and b other 
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WISCONSIN 

State Gazetteer 
Ashland 

Marinette 
Superior 



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NEW YOUR 
Watertown 



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Laramie 

Sheridan 
Sheridan County 



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It. L. Polk & Co.'s 1914-1915 Texas State Gazetteer and Business Directory, herewith presented, contains all the valu- 
able features of a general State Gazetteer with those of a complete Business Directory and gives direct and instant 
information concerning every city, town, village and postoffice in Texas and everyone transacting business therein 

The earlier pages are devoted to miscellaneous information pertaining to Texas, secured from official sources and 
brought down to the latest possible date. This portion of the work includes, among other features, a descriptive sketch 
of the State, showing its location, contour, water courses, soil, products, climate, manufactures, commerce, inducements 
to settlers, etc. There is full information regarding State Government, the State Judiciary, State Institutions, State 
Associations, State Boards; United States Officials for Texas; a list of County seats and County officers, commercial 
laws, a list of Postoffices in Texas, population of the counties and of the incorporated cities and towns, according to 
the U. S. census of 1910, arranged alphabetically by counties, a Bankers' Directory, giviug name and location of bank, 
cashier and capital, etc. 

Ill the Gazetteer Department, a descriptive "-ketch Is given of each of the cities, towns, villages, postoffices and settle- 
ments in the State, embracing items of interest such as location, distance and direction from the county seat, ra»ans of 
communication by railroad, water or stage; whether it is a telegraph and express station; if no hank, the nearest or most 
accessible or usual banking point; leading industries, churches, products that are marketed population, nearest ship- 
ping point, price of land in vicinity, etc. Each of the sketches Is followed by the names of all business and professional 
men located there, as well as those in the adjoining country for which it is the postoffice. 

In the Classified Business Directory, each of the above names is again listed under the. classification representing 
their particular line, bringing the names of all persons engaged in any business or profession together under one head- 
ing separated by towns which are in alphabetical order, and constituting an epitome of the business interests of the 
State. It is the State's great market place and forms the best "Buyers' and Sellers' Guide" available. 

The pictorial features, with which the work is profusely illustrated, embrace the leading institutions and the men 
prominent in the business life of the State and constitute a desirable album cf historical and educational value. 

With this volume is presented a map of the State, giving all railroads and their branches and showing also the 
electric lines. 

The circulation of The Gazetteer is by no means limited to the borders of the State — it is placed by the publishers 
in the Directory Libraries of the principal cities of the country for the free use cf everyone desiring to gain information 
regarding this great commonwealth, and apart from this, is used for constant reference in banks, newspaper offices, 
business houses, hotels, libraries, governmental departments, etc., throughout the length and breadth of the United 
States and Canada, as well as in portions of Europe. 

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General Index 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Index to AdvertiscmenU 



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JUN 27 191-- 
GENERAL INDEX, ,«««' TexaJ 



Page 

Alphabetical Directory 101 

^.Banks and Bankers 62 

Boards and Commissions 43 

^Classified Business Directory — Foreign 1333 

..Classified Business Directory — State T 941 

Commercial Laws 47 

•County Seats and County Officers 50 

Courts 46 

•Descriptive Ske'tch of State : 41 

District Courts 59 

Executive Department 43 

■Gazetteer and Alphabetical Directory 101 

index to Advertisements, arranged by Towns 11 

— "Index to Advertisements, classilied according to business 18 

Institutions 47 

Map of Texas opp title page 

Members of Congress 45 

Members of Sta to Legislature 45 

National Guard 45 

Population of Counties 89 

Population of Incorporated Cities, Towns and Villages 8? 

Post Offices arranged by Counties 81 

Representatives in Congress « 45 

Sketch of State 41 

-State Boards and Commissions 43 

State Executive Dcpartmsnt 43 

.State Judiciary 46 

State Legislature 43 

■State Schools and Institutions 4? 

Texas National Guard 45 

United States Courts 47 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

An Alphabetical List of Prominent and Successful Business Men in Texas. 
(Arranged Alphabetically by Towns) 



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ABILENE. 

•Grier J Y Planing Mill 102 

Lawrence Albert N 103 

ALBA. 

Alba News The 104 

-Campbell W W 1160 

Central Hotel 105 

Hill Tom W 104 

ALICE. 

Nayer F B 106 

ALVAKADO. 

Alvarado State Bank 108 

ALVIN. 

Alvin Sun The 108 

Bailey C B Mrs 108 

Knapp George A 109 

Jackson J S 109 

AMARILLO. 

Ainarillo Daily News 109 

Berry J C 110 

Daily Panhandle The 110 

Harris M B Dr Ill 

Miller A'ill A & Sons Ill 

Osgood Monument Co 112 

Panhandle Publishing Co 110 



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Robertson H V 112 

Yost & Busby 113 

ANGLETON. 

Douthit Thomas E 114 

Munson A & T A 114 

ANNONA. 

First State Bank The 115 

ARANSAS PASS. 

Aransas Pass Progress 116 

Price E L 116 

ARCHER CITY. 

Young W C Land Co '. 117 

AP.L1 NGTOX. 

Arlington Light, Power, Ice & 

Water Co 117 

Sanders, King & Youngblood .... 1162 
ATHENS. 

Athens Eire Brick Co 

left bottom lines and 119 

Garrett John H 121 

Harrison L L 121 

Hart & Dellis 121 

Johnson J S '. 121 

Jones T B 120 



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I Lay ton John 121 

Majestic Theatre 121 

ATLANTA. 

Citizens Journal 122 

AUBREY. 

(Aubrey Herald 122 

AUSTiiN'. 

Assmann Carl 132 

Austin Notional Bank 123 

■Austin Statesman Co 129 

JBaum Junk Co 129 

,'Buaas J O i. Sous 132 

Bustin Chas N Land Co 131 

KJox Jo'.in R 1160 

[Dixon Mnfg Co 129 

[r'tegel's Oarage 123 

Finn Foundation Publishing House 

left top corner cards and 130 

[Greer Henry C 128 

Huston Samuel College 124 

Industrial Construction Co 123 

Lowry Realty Exchange 131 

Martin C J & Sons 124 

Ogden Win B 12S 

Peeler J L H60 



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Index to Advertisements 



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Progress Printing Co '..'.. 130 

Ramsey Wm P 1160 

Rector & Green 1161 

Rylee John E 1161 

St Edwai ds College 124 

St John Industrial Institute & 

Orphanage 125 

St Mary's Academy 127 

Smith CO 131 

Smith & Fulmore 131 

Texas Deaf and Dumb and Blind 

Institute for Colored Youths . . 124 

Texas School for the "Deaf 126 

Texas Training School for Defect- 
ives and Sanitarium for Mental 

and Nervous Diseases 127 

Thompson & Orchard 132 

Tillotson College 127 

Tips Walter Co 12S 

BAIRD. 

Jackson & Jackson 143 

BALLING ER. 

Ballinger Printing Co 144 

BARTLETT. 

Cottage Hotel 146 

Flick Karl J 147 

BASTROP. 

Gnse E Gustav 147 

Orgain Frank A 147 

BAY CITY. 

Bay City Business College 148 

Bay City Nursery Co 148 

Crawford John A 14!) 

Excello Printing Co 149 

Gustafson Emil N 149 

Head A B Land Co 149 

Matagorda County News & Mid- 
Coast Farmer 149 

Scotch Woolen Mills 150 

BEAUMONT. 

Beaumont Iron Works Co 1 51 

Beaumont Motor Car Co 152 

Christopher Mnfg & Lumber Co . . 153 
Dollinger John jr Boiler. & Sheet 

Iron Works 153 

Dycus Andrew W 1161 

Enterprise Co 151 

Ives Charles M 152 

Linn News Co 158 

Roberts & Gudger 983 

S H Supply Co 152 

Sidwell Sign Co 153 

, Texas Realty Co 152 

Texas Storage Co 153 

BEEVILLE. 

Beeville Fruit Co 162 

Chase Jesse A 162 

Cox & Cox 163 

Crisp J C 163 

Fortuna Broom Co 163 

Stephenson & Heldenfels 164 

BELTON. 

Baylor College 165 

Bell County Abstract Co 165 

Bell County Produce Co 165 

Donnell Creamery Co 165 

Jennings I J 166 

Johnson D P & Sons 166 

McMahou & Evett 166 

Preston J C 106 

Saunders & Saunders 166 

Tylpr, Hubbard & Tyler 166 

Westbrook Hotel 166 

BIG SANDY. 

Farmers State Bank 16S 

Fox Hotel 1GS 

Starcke E P 168 

BISHOP. 

Bishop News 170 

Bishop Printing Co 170 

BLOSSOM 

Blossom Band & Orchestra 172 

Burke House 172 



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Hotel Lamar 172 

Gossett J C Pioduce Co 172 

BLUM. 

Guaranty State Bank 173 

BONHAM. 

Bonharn News . . . .' 174 

Evans Will H & Co 174 

Fannin County Abstract Co .... 942 

Hendricks & Wheat 174 

Hendrix <£ Moor 174 

Kelly Charles E 175 

BRADY. 

Commercial National Bank 178 

Hugh'es S W & Co 178 

Keller A W 17s 

Newman F W 178 

Queen Hotel 17s 

BRAZORIA. 

Brazos-Bernard Land Co 179 

Hotel Southern 179 

BRENHAM. 

Brcnham Banner Publishing Co . . 180 

Giddings .fc Giddings 180 

Giesecke Bros Co 'ISO 

Martin Fred W 581 

Seeihorst Adolph 1S1 

Texas Volksbote Publishing Co .. 1!1 
BROWXWOOD. 

Mayes Printing Co 187 

BRYAN. 

Fountain Bros 18! 

Fountain's Sanitarium 1S!» 



COOPER. 

Delta Land Co 

Wallace W M 

right bottom lines and 
court's christi. 

Bidwell Hotel 

Caller Publishing Co 

Enterprise Broom Factory 

Jones Realty Co 

Necco A 

Nueces Business College 

right side lines and 

Nueces Hotel 

Southwestern Abstract Co 

State Hotel 

Texas Land &. Title Co 

OORSIC.VNA. 

Collin Street Bakery 

Corsicana Brick Co 

left bottom lines and 

JDoke F L Lumber Co 

Gibson <fc Peck 

Harper Bros Realty Co 

McCormick L E Realty Co 

Upchurch & Hampton 

Whiteselle Brick & Lumber Co... 
COTULLA. 

Dunn L Clark 

Widener Hotel 

CUERO. 

DeWitt County Abstract Co 

Dickerson & Whipkey Engineering 
Co 



Hotel Bryan issGarrett W R & Son 

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227 
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230 
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233 
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236 

240 

240 

240 



Burnet National Bank 192 

CANADIAN. 

Canadian Business College 196 

Hood J S & Co 19G 

CANYON CITY. 

Canyon City Abstract Co 197 

CARRIZO SPRINGS. 

Hotel Dimmit 198 

White I L 198 

CARTHAGE. 

Wall's Drug Store 199 

CENTER POINT. 

Farmers' Mercantile Co 201 

CISCO. 

Cisco Lumber Co 205 

CLARENDON. 

Clarendon Planing Mill 206 

CLARKSVILLE. 

Barry Land Co 207 

Gibbons Mnfg Co 207 

Maloney J W 20? 

Marable F F Hardware Co 203 



French J H jr 242 

DALHART. 

vdanutene Co 

right bottom lines and 243 

< immercial Hotel 242 

Ttle Guarantee Abstract Co 243 

DALLAS. 

Acims Express & Transfer Co. . 312 

Auilphus The 277 

Anericau Machine Co 272 

Anflt D C, M D 

right side lines, 301 and 1184 
At!;.-, Metal Works 

right side lines, 303 and 1300 

Aust n Fire Insurance Co 

left side lines and 2S3 
Automobile Training School of 

Da'as 

Rann t Cleaning Co 

Bew |.< Koch & Fowler 

Blair-! ' j^hes Co 

left side lines and 

Bockelnan Fred 

Book & Art Exchange 

Bounds ohn P Co 



CLEBURNE. Brig£s-W?aver Machinery Co. . 

Clavton B F &. Co 209 Browne v. Browne 

Ewing J H & Co oiO^ryant C A Co • 

Haley E A oidR 1 """""'™ A M 

New Hotel Raymond 211|Buildeis' Wire <K- Jron Works. 



Reddell & Roberts 212 

Vickers & Hoffman 212 

CLIFTON. 

Bosque Valley Creamery ' 213 

Hutton & Carpenter 213 

COLEMAN. 

Democrat-Voice 234 

COLORADO. 

Pockwell Bros &, Co 216 

Southwestern Improvement Co... 216 

COLUMBUS. 
Southern Land Exchange 217 

COMANCHE;. 

Comanche Chief Exponent 21S 

COMKOUT. 
Weirich Richard 219 

COMMERCE. 
Price S C 220 



Burgess. Burgess, Chrestimn & 

Brurdid.ce 

Chiles S H 

left side lines and 
Citizens' Strre Bank & Trust Co. . 

City National Bank 

Clem Gravel Co 

Click J W 

Colqritts The 

Columbia Mnfg Co 

Commercial Audit Co 

left side lines and 
Conmonwe.ilth Fire Insurance Co 

left side lines and 
Commonwealth National Lank. ... 
Con monwealtb Securities Loaa Co 

Cor.oration Audit Co 

right side lines. 253 and 

Cre it & Claims Co (Inc) 

right side lines and 



254 

309 

1064 

276 
f'87 
259 
303 
291 
29S 
26S 
292 
314 

1161 



285 

256 
316 
300 
309 
299 
264 



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284 
257 
287 

951 

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Index lo Advertisements 



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Crowdus Bros & Co ' 1044 

Cullum & Boren Co 306 

Dallas Advertising & Multigraph- 

ing Co right side lines and 251 

Dallas Build3rs' Supply Co 

right top lines, 265 and 9S5 

Dallas Compound Co 

right side lines and 308 

Dallas Consolidated Abstract Co.. 249 

Dallas Mailing Co 250 

Dallas Model Works 296 

Dallas Pattern & Mnfg Co 1246 

Dallas Rug Mnfg & Renovating Co 264 

Dallas Screen Co 

left top corner cards and 302 

Dallas Show Case & Mnfg Co 305 

Dallas Tent & Awning Co 

right side lines and 311 

Dallas Trust & Savings Bank 258 

Dernier Floyd A 

lcf£ top corner cards and 252 

Dun R G & Co 

bottom stencil and left top lines 

Eaton Tent & Awning Co 312 

Electric Blue Print & Supply Co. . 259 

Emerson & Lynch 273 

Etheridge, McCormick & Broinberg 11C2 

Evans-Truax Co 

left side lines, 259 and 1306 

Exline-Reimers Co 

front cover and opp 42S 

Federal Plate Glass Co 275 

Fidelity & Deposit Co of Maryland 

right side lines and 2S3 

Fleming J E 1162 

Fraser Brick Co 

left side lines and 260 

Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills 312 

Fulton Wm T Co 293 

General Film Co ' 1220 

Gibson J J & Co 254 

Gilbert Mnfg Co 273 

Gordon H E & Co 250 

Greenwood Hardy 292 

Hansen C 

left top corner cards and 279 

Harrelson Costume Co 1027 

Harry Bros Co 310 

Hart Cotton Machine Co 

left top corner cards and 2S8 

Herget K D 

right side lines and 267 

Hess & Skinner Engineering Co.. 266 

Hesse Envelope Co 1066 

Hiegert W P 274 

Hotel Main 278 

Hotel Waldorf 278 

Imperial Waterproofing Co (Ltd) . . 314 
International Fire Insurance Co. . 

left side lines and 285 

Joseph Harry M 306 

Klein Bros Co 305 

Lake Fred L & Co 300 

Lee & Lee 

backbone, left top lines and 282 

Leonard Wade B 

back cover and 308 

Lipsitz Philip Co 263 

Lummus Cotton Gin Sales Co 

left top corner cards and 289 

Lynch W R 299 

McBride Stenographic Studio.... 251 

McGregor J G Mnfg Co 305 

McKinney Nursery Co 

left side lines, 274 and 1073 

Mason Engraving Co 273 

Mathews J Dawson 949 

Meador & Davis 1162 

Mercantile Agency The 

bottom stencil and left top linos 
Metropolitan Business College.... 

left side lines and 268 

Moffit J .Gilbert 1299 

Moncrief Furnace & Mnfg Co.... 275 

Moore Landou C 264 



286 



284 
296 



280 
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269 



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Murray Company The 

left side lines and 290 
National Life Insurance Co of U 

S A left side lines and 285 

Xeul Institute 

right side lines, 301 and 11S4 

Xelson & Snyder 249 

Xew Process Roofing & Supply Co 

right side lines, 304 and 1306 

Xew Terminal Hotel 278 

Nichols S W 314 

Oates E right side lines and 267 

Oglesby John S 250 

Ott Charles 306 

Packer Storage Co 1307 

Park Hotel 278 

Parlin & Oreudorff Implement Co 

back cover and right top lines 

Planry Ye 

left top corner cards and 

Popham J W 

Praetorians The 

left side lines' and 

Pratt Paint & Paper Co 

Progressive Relief Assn 

left top corner cards and 

R & X Corset Factory 

Safe-Cabinet Co 

left top corner cards and 

St Mary's College 

Sanders, King £- Youngblood 1162 

Saner & Saner 1163 

Schubert O F & C 

left side lines. 249 and 1269 

Shannon J Burton 299 

Shaw Arthur W Co 292 

Sims-Frey Co... left side lines and 287 

Slanghter-Mayfield Co 310 

Smith & Whitney 27 

Southern Architectural Cement 

Stone Co 266 

Southern Floral Co 274 

Southern Minneapolis Farm 

Power Co 1318 

Southern Scenic Studio 301 

Southern Wire & Iron Co 314 

Southland Life Insurance Co 

left side lines and 281 
Southland Mercantile Agency .... 293 
Southwestern Motor Sales Co .... 255 
Southwestern Show Case Works. . 

right side lines, 304 and 104S 

Spellman & Murray 

front cover and 297 
Standard Mechanic;;] Equipment Co 

left top corner cards and 271 
State Life Insurance Co of 

Indianapolis 286 

Steger Thomas P 312 

Swartz Dr Chemical Co 1304 

Templeton, Beall &; Williams 1163 

Texa-Sweep Co 

right side lines, 309 and 1308 
Texas Blue Print & Supply Co .. 918 
Texas Business Bureau &; Realty 

Co ;... 299 

Texas Employment Bureau 272 

Texas Foundry (Si Machine Co 

(Inc) 2 

Texas Law Co 

left side lines and 2C5 

Texas Tuec Co 

right side lines and 31 

Thiel Detective Service Co 268 

Title & Guaranty Co 258 

Union Central Life Insurance Co.. 

back bone, left top lines and '. 
United States Bond & Mortgage 

Co 

University of Dallas 

front and back covers, 270 and 1013 

Vilbig Bros 273 

Watkins Royall R 1163 

Weaver W L Piano Co 

left top corner cards and 291 



Paga 

Western Marble & Tile Co 261 

Western Wheeled Scraper Co of 

Texas 291 

Wilmans Robert 298 

Wright L R & Co 1023 

Ye Planry 

left top corner cards and 252 

York & Stewart 350 

Zimmerman J F & Son 303 

DAYTON". 

Wright Hotel 351 

DE KALB. 

De Kalb Enterprise 352 

DEL RIO. 

Dobkins House 353 

Franks Hotel 353 

Green W D Commission Co 353 

Jones W K 353 

Turner Hotel 354 

Woft'ord IB 986 

DEXISON. 

Edmonds & Forsyth 358 

Grayson Iron & Metal Co 358 

Xorth Texas Transfer & Storage 

Co 355 

Shane Geo Redwood 360 

Feild J C Engineering Co 

front cover and 357 

Park Hotel 357 

DENTON. 

Denton County Democrat 361 

Denton Trust Co 361 

Duggan Abstract Co 361 

Kanady Sidney Wallace 362 

Record & Chronicle 362 

Xorth Texas State Normal College 362 

DUBLIN. 

Right H L 367 

Lewis & Mayfield 367 

EAGLE LAKE. 

Fitzgerald's Sanitarium 369 

Southwestern Tile & Drainage Co 363 

Ulery F S & Son 370 

EAGLE PASS. 

Denalsano W L 370 

Dok-h Hotel 370 

Klappcnbach H 371 

EASTLAND, 

i y National Bank 371 

EDNA. 

Haynes & Schofield 373 

Taylor HO 373 

EL CAMPO. 

Grimes Jack 374 

KLECTRA. 

Black. Sivalls & Bryson 375 

Electra Machine & Supply Co 375 

Greever B B 943 

EMORY. 

First State Bank 391 

Rains County Leader 391 

LNNIS. 

Ardeu WD 391 

FLATONIA. 

Fidclbach Gus S 

back cover and 397 
FORNEY. 

Adams F M & Sons 400 

FORT WORTH. 

Acers WE 419 

Acme Pressed Brick Co 9S1 

Agar Frank C 1221 

Agec Screen Co 129S 

Alexander Power ft Ridgway .. 1163 

Allen G T Realty Co 417 

American Caie & Buffet 404 

American Home Lite Insurance r ' 

right top lines and 409 

Attwell Cornice Co 419 

Barnes w O & Co 420 

Baskin, Dodge &. Ea.Uus 1164 

Bradley Hair Emporium 1121 






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Moore & Co 

left top coiner cards and 

Morrison Newton P 

Mosher Mnfg Co 

right side lines and 

Murphy Mike 

right side lines and 

Bryant G M 

Bryant School for Boys 

Bryce Building Co 

Carrico J B 

left bottom lines and 

Carter's Studio 

Chapman, Beckham & Cooper* .... 

City Junk Co 

Commonwealth Bonding & Casual- 
ty Insurance Co 

front cover, left top lines and 

Cox Fred 

Daggett John P Live Stock Com- 
mission Co 

Dedmon & Potter 

Drumm Seed & Floral Co 

Dudley Fred J 

Exline-Reimers Co 

front cover and opp 

Fairhurst W B 

Farmers Business College 

right top lines and 
Farmers & Mechanics National 

Bank 

Fishburn's Dyeing & Dry Cleaning 

Co 

Fleming R R 

Fort Worth Art Glass Co 

Fort Worth Artificial Limb Co . . 

Fort Worth Boiler Works 

Fort Worth Laboratories 

right top lines and 

Fort Worth Life Insurance Co . . 

right bottom lines and 

Fort Worth Mechanical Co 

Fort Worth Pattern Works 

right bottom lines and 

Fort Worth Salvage Co 

Fort Worth Steam Dye Works . . 
Fort Worth Tent & Awning Co . . 

Fort Worth Top Factory 

Fort Worth Typewriter Exchange 

Fort Worth Viavi Co 

Fort Worth Warehouse & Transfer 

Co 

left bottom lines and 

Fort Worth Welding Co 

Gamer Crescent Co 

General Builders Supply Co .... 

Grosberg I 

Harris Land Securities Co 

Hassell Drug Co 

right bottom lines and 

Henderson Piano Co 

right top lines and 

Holmes Marvin A 

Home Mutual Hail Insurance Co . 

Hub Furniture Co 

Interurban Seed & Floral Co .... 

Jackson A L 

Jeffrey J T Undertaking Co .... 

Kernaghau & Archinard 

right top lines and 

Klnchen C R 

Lackland Rufus J 

right top lines and 
Lattimore, Cummings, Doyle & 

Bouldin 

Lee Live Stock Commission Co . . 
left bottom lines and 

Lewis Lewis J 

Lipscomb G R 

Lipscomb L D .■ 

Listen James 

McAdam J E 

McGown, Murphy & McGown .... 

Massie C, W 

Medcalf & Thomas 



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Montrief & Manchester 1129 

2C2 National .Metal Weatiier Strip Co 

287 right bottom lines and 1328 

Paffrath E A 1275 

307 Peck MA 1325 

Rhome-Karmer Live Stock Com- 

283 mission Co 414 

415 Ritchie-Cartan & Turner Co 418 

406 Sawyers W R 1166 

405 Scales C E .". 944 

Scott J P Co 956 

404 Scougale E R 1038 

415 Shaw Bros Creamery Co 408 

1164 Shropshire & Co 418 

1153 Simpson Marvin B 1160 

Smith CI right bottom line 

Southern Mnfg & Plating Co 416 

Southwestern Art Glass & Mirror 

Works 401 

Southwestern Mechanical Co 414 

Steele C A & Co 405 

Stockyards National Bank 1193 

Sumner Fred W 1325 

Templeton C M 1166 

Texas Auto College 402 

Texas Clay Products Co 982 

Texas Mutual Hail Insurance Co . 412 

Texas-Oklahoma Phonograph Co . 541 

Thompson & Barwise 1166 

Toy Bros Letter & Advertising Co 1220 

Turner Gaines B Land Co 

right and left bottom lines and 417 
United States Health & Accident 

Insurance Co 411 

Western Blue Print Co 403 

Westley Pete 1220 

Whiteside J Ado 1167 

Whitworth Construction Co (Inc) 405 

Wilkinson W W 1167 

Worth Monumental Co 415 

Wray & Mayer 1167 

FREDERICKSBITRG. 

Bosse Bros 447 

Nagel Bros Monumental Works . . 447 

Oehler Bros 447 

GAINESVILLE. 

Allen O Co 452 

Chamber of Commerce 451 

Gainesville Business College .... 452 

Hays Land Co 453 

Howeth W W Co 452 

Register Printing Co : 452 

Retail Merchant? Assn 451 

GALVESTON. 

American Warehouse Co 463 

Anderson T J 463 

Blum Hardware Co 

baek bone and 455 

Boone John B & Co 458 

Brush Electric Co 463 

Childress J N 463 

Clark & Hennessy Produce Co. . . . 461 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 4 64 

Cross T L 464 

Grossman AVm H 464 

Cnmniings & Sprue 465 

Deals James K 465 

Feste Edward 465 

Fowler & McVitie 4 65 

Galveston Hardware Co 458 

Galveston-Houston Cement Mnfg 

Co 458 

GaL-eston Stevedore Co 46K 

Giglioli F F & Co 466 

Glasscock Office Supply Co 466 

Goudge E - 466 

Hanson Sons (Inc) 159 

Hanson's Sons. 459 

largrave M P 467 

Henck E R £ Son 467 

Hiegel & Ryan 467 

Hotel Galvez 460 

Jones W L 467 

Kempner H 461 



410 
40 

41 
1164 
1073 

419 

42S 
411 

406 

402 

405 
1300 
401 
94S 
403 

994 

412 
407 

415 

418 
406 
95G 
401 
1322 
420 



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420 
414 
404 
1259 
418 

1051 

416 

402 
412 
408 
407 
1246 
414 

943 
1164 

417 
1165 

413 
1319 
1165 
418 
404 
1073 
1165 
1165 
1041 



Leyland Frederick £ Co 

Leith Lumber Co 

Love J V & Co 

Malloy F P & Son 

Maurer Joseph M 

Mexia Quarry Co 

National Teletvpe Co 

Nicolini C & Co 

Palace Livery, Boarding and Sales 

Stables 

Paquin Felix right side 

Prudential Oil Co 

Pryo Paint Co 

Hex Steam Laundry Co 

Reymershoffer J 

Romano P V 

Salzmann N 

Schaefer Bros 

Schirmer Theodore 

Schneider Wm (Si Co 

Schwab Fred & Sons 

Sgitcovich S & Co " 

Shaw W M & Sons right side 

Slaughter S E Co 

South Texas State Bank 

Steele J H W Co 

Stewart Title Guaranty Co 

Texas Bank & Trust Co 

Texas Guarantee & Trust Co 

Texas Land & Loan Co 

Texas Sheet Metal Works 

Tschumy L P & Co 

Ursuline Academy 

Vanderpool AVm & Co 

Voigt Machine Shop 

Wiley &. Nicholls Co (Inc) 

GANADO. 

Jpckson County Independent 

Jackson County Printing Co 

Meyer-Foster Realty Co 

GARRISON. 

Weatherly Mineral Wells 

GATESVILLE. 

Bell & Brown 

Elps W M 

Moore R F 

New Bennett Hotel 

G EORGETOW X. 

Post Office Drug Store 

Southwestern University 

Strickland E A 

GIDDINGS. 
Lee County Land & Abstract Co.. 
Perkins Hotel 

GILMER. 

Briggs M B 

Upshur County Real Estate & De- 
velopment Co 

GLADEWATER. 

Gladewater Gazette 

GOLDTHWAITE. 
Goldthwaite Rustler 

GOLIAD. 

Hipolito's String Band 

GONZALES. 

Gonzales Inquirer 

Waldrep W P & Co 

GRAHAM. 

Graham E S 

GRANGER. 

Walker John B 

GRAPEVINE. 

Grapevine Pharmacal Co 

GREENVILLE, 

Beckham Hotel 

Bccton's Joe Dr Hospital 

Hera'd Publishing Co 

Palace of Sweets Confectionery. .. 
Physicians & Surgeons Hospital.. 

Ruby Billiard & Pool Hall 

Thompson £ Manning 

Weslej College 



Pape 
468 
46S 
473 
459 
468 
468 
456 
469 

460 

lines 
47" 
469 
469 
469 
470 
17'i 
470 

1167 
471 
471 
471 

lines 
471 
4 61 
472 
457 
461 
4 61 
461 
472 
472 
4*2 
472 
4 73 
473 

4S6 
4^ri 
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487 

4S9 

489 

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1168 

493 

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503 
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HALLETTSVILLE. 

Fabian F G 508 

Firsi National Bank 508 

Obzor 508 

People's Abstract Co 942 

St Mary's Mineral Wells 509 

Semi-Weekly New Era 508 

HAMILTON 7 . 

Collier Tailoring Co 509 

Hamilton Herald 509 

Hamilton Record 509 

Misener's Commercial House 509 

HASKELL. 

Sims & Harris 512 

HEMPSTEAD. 

ACT Hotel 514 

HENDERSON. 

Hightower Drug Co ". . 515 

Strong & Arnold 1168 

HEREFORD. 

Edwards-McDonald Investment Co 517 

Suggs & Jones 516 

Walker & Perkins 517 

HIGG1NS. 

Breedlove W D 519 

H1LLSBORO. 

Aldrich Commission Co 520 

Brown John B 520 

Monarch Foundry & Machine Co.. 521 

Tarlton-Dunlap Co 522 

Texas Novelty Advprtising Co.... 

right bottom lines and 522 
HOLLAND. 

Barber W L 523 

Brown M A 523 

Holland Progress 523 

Hollenbeck M 523 

Varnell J D 523 

HONDO. 

Armstrong Hotel 523 

Hondo Times 524 

HONEY GROVE. 

Gibson P P 524 

HOUSTON. 

ABC Storage & Moving Co 567 

Academy of the Incarnate Word.. 567 

Ala-Cola Co 549 

Antill & Baring 531 

Audit Company of the Southwest. . 

right top corner cards and 567 

Autrey A M Dr 567 

Banker H C 568 

Baptist Sanitarium & Hospital.... 568 

Beach Commercial Photo Co 549 

Beardsley G W 550 

Bender's Exchange 568 

Berger A A & Co 569 

Bering-Cortes Hardware Co •. . . 550 

Blecker Christian H '. 569 

Bourland Jim 569 

Boyett C E 570 

Brazos Hotel back cover 

Bridgewater H H Dr 569 

Bristol Hotel Co 570 

Brosius G G & Son 570 

Brown-Fitzpatrick Co 

left bottom lines and 532 

Brown-Woods Electric Co 

left side lines and 552 

Burge Mnfg Co 

left bottom lines and 570 
Burkharl s Laundry & Dye Works 571 
Calhoun Pattern, Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co 551 

Chambers AM 571 

Champion M C 571 

Christian Win 571 

Clark V M 1168 

Cobb John M ' 1169 

Cockburn & Williams 572 

Cocke Richard & Co 

left side lines and 572 

Collins Candy Co 551 



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Commercial Investment Co 533 

Connable FA 633 

Co-operative Syrup Mnfg Co 572 

Cortes Bros 589 

Cortes Fred & Son 689 

Coyle W H £ Co 

left side lines and 652 

Cvpress Park Land Co 633 

Dahlby E M 672 

Dealy- Adey-Elgin Co 

right side lines 

Deason S T 673 

De George Hotel 573 

Desel-Boetteher Co 653 

Dirken Floral and Nursery Co.... 673 

Dixon E S & Co 

right bottom lines and 546 

Eisemann Ed 673 

Electric Blue Print Co 674 

Empire-Ad Sign Co 674 

Eureka Laundry 574 

Everett, Bradt & Wright 574 

Finucane Boiler Works 

left top lines and 653 

Finger Joseph 675 

Fisher's Dye Works 554 

Gerner Lumber Co 654 

Gill. Jones & Tyler 1170 

Giraud Stuart A & Co 4 and 575 

Girten-Bowman Supply Co 555 

Graham Hat Co 575 

Graves M M Co (Inc) 

right sido lines 

Great Southern Life Insurance Co 634 

Guarantee Life Insurance Co 635 

Haenelt Roy R 675 

Haralson E M 1169 

Harvey P 1169 

Hart Alex A &■ Co left bottom lines 

Hine & Hine 576 

Hipp Wm S 636 

Horton F D & Son 537 

Hotel Bender 

left side lines and 638 

Houston Armature Works 576 

Houston Audit Co left corner cards 

Houston BeRing & Supply Co 576 

Houston Car Wheel and Machine 

Co front cover and 639 

Houston Cotton Oil Co 576 

Houston Drug Co 577 

Houston Hardwood Floor Co 677 

Houston Hot Well Mineral Baths 

and Hotel 533 

Houston Hotel Association 

right top lines and 540 

Houston Livery Stable 577 

Houston Mantel and Tile Co 577 

Houston Optical Co 555 

Houston Phonograph Co 541 

Houston Show Case and Mnfg Co 

right bottom lines and 542 

Houston Tank Co 678 

Houston. Tent and Awning Co.... 578 

Howe & Wise '. 67ft 

Humphreville WE 578 

Ineeda Laundry and Dye Works 

right side lines a.nd 556 
Jeffords-Schoenemann Produce <& 

Brokerage Co 556 

Kaiser Sam 574 

Keller Theodore Co 557 

Kidd-Aikman A- Co 

Jeft top lines and 657 

Koch Theo F & Co 589 

Kottwitz L A 533 

Krantz Salvage and Trading Co.. 

left side lines 

Layne & Bowler Co 543 

Lewis Thomas B 1169 

Lone Star Oil Co 558 

McEvoy J H & Co 558 

McFarland R F 559 

McLelland John 578 

Mc.Murry Lumber Co 579 



Magnolia Macaroni Mnfg Co 559 

Miller Ai Orem Typesetting Co. . . . 

left side lines and 573 

Model Laundry 560 

Moers Seed Co 544 

Murphy John N 56.) 

Myers Sidney Produce Co 561 

National Iron and Steel Co 561 

Nelson J C Co 579 

New Bristol Hotel 570 

Niday J E 1170 

NormyJ Temperance Association.. 5S0 

Norris W II Lumber Co 546 

Overcash L* J & Co 580 

Pillot Teolin Co 

right top lines and 562 

Purdy Sanitarium 5go 

Raines Richard Company 580 

Randals & Wolf 

left side lines and 5S1 

Randolph Paint Co 581 

Rankin & Schwartz 581 

Reader Grain Co 562 

Reichardt & Schulte Co '. 581 

Rein & Sons Co opp back paster 

Rice Hotel 

right top lines and 540 

Richey John & Co 

left top corner cards and 563 

Ridpath D B 552 

Rogers J E 

right bottom lines and 582 

Rowe & Doughty 1170 

Sanderson T J 532 

Schmidt & Madigin Grocery Co... 564 

Shepherd E D 5g2 

Smallshaw John 553 

Smith The Sigu Man. 583 

South Texas Cotton Oil Co 583 

Soutn Texas Engineering Co 583 

Southern Brass Mnfg and Plating 

Co right side lines and 584 

Southern Drug Co 554 

Southern-Keystone Printing Co 

(Inc) left top corner cards 

Star Engraving Co 

left top corner cards 

Sterling R S 564 

Storey II E Dr 584 

Suhru C J 584 

Tel-Electric Co 

backbone and 545 

Texas Artificial Limb Go 585 

Texas Bag and Fibre Co 547 

Texas Blue Print and Supply Co.. 585 

Texas Grading Co 585 

Texas Gravel Co 536 

Texas Land and Colony Co 585 

Texas Rate Association 586 

Texas Varnish and Specialty 

Works left top lines and 548 

Texas Wagon Works 565 

Texas Welding and Gas Compress- 
ing Co 586 

Tofte Boiler and Sheet Iron 

Works 3 

Union Bottling Works 586 

Union Iron Works 686 

Vandaveer Clay Products Co 

right bottom lines and 565 

Van Dyck Studio 560 

Walcott F 1! 

right bottom lines and 587 

Waldo Wilrner 587 



Wall & Stabe Co (Inc) 

Welander Anton 

Werner-Dixon Vo 

right bottom lines and 
Werner-Mitchell Machine Works.. 

Westheimei Warehouse Co 588 

Whaley S E 588 

Wharton Earl 1170 

White It MiiTg Co 688 

Wilkin Hugh M 666 



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587 



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Page 

Winkler C F 589 

HUBBARD. 

First National Bank 628 

HUNTSVILLE. 

Huntsviile Post-Item 630 

IREDELL. 

Phillips D F 632 

Phillips J C Co 632 

JACKSONVILLE. 

WhiUey Sharp R 635 

JEFFERSON. 

Taylor R R 1171 

Urquhart Allen 630 

JOSHUA. 

Eddins Robert 637 

Joshua Star 637 

JOURDANTON. 

Atascosa Monitor 638 

Coins Wan 638 

Martin George M 638 

KERRVILLE. 

Notre Dame Institute 643 

Wheeler J Q ft Son 643 

KILLEEN. 

Ban- Hotel 643 

Hotel Hudson 643 

Killeen Auto Supply Co... 644 

KINGSVILLE. 

Kingsville Record 644 

KOSSE. 

Allen WD 646 

Kosse Real Estate and Develop- 
ment Co right side lines and 646 

KRUM. 

Krum Hotel 647 

LA GRANGE. 

La Grange Deutsche Zeitung 648 

Svoboda 649 

LAMPASAS. 

Bean T H 650 

Lampasas Blade 650 

Lampasas Steam Laundry ....... 650 

Schwarz ft Hoffman 650 

LAREDO. 

City Employment Agency 656 

Daniel J M Company G52 

Deutz A ft Brother 652 

El Progreso 656 

First State Bank ft Trust Co 656 

Garcia J J & Co 656 

Johnson S N 653 

Laredo Brick Co 653 

Laredo Iron Works 653 

Laredo Publishing Co (Inc) .... 656 

Laredo Roller Mills 652 

Laredo Seminary 651 

Laredo Steam Laundry 657 

MacMahon Philip J 657 

Martinez R M 653 

Minis W H ft Co 654 

Netzer Joseph 654 

Page George R ft Co 654 

Penn Publishing Co 658 

People's Pharmacy 658 

Robertson Randolph 658 

Sames, Moore ft Co 654 

Scotch Woolen Mills 658 

Slaughter Hotel 658 

Trevino A P ft Sons 65S 

Vidaurri A E ft Sons 659 

Villegas L ft Co 657 

LLANO. 

Johnson F J 664 

Llano Automobile Co 664 

Llano News 664 

Oatman Wilbur 6C4 

Rainier S D 664 

Ransom ft Maekey ' 664 

LOCK Ft ART. 

Jolley ft Terry Cotton Seed Co . . 665 

Lockhart Register 665 



Page 

McDowell Clarence J P 066 

Shockley Glenn 666 

LOMETA. 
Loineta State Bank 667 

LONGVIEW. 

Crown Bottling Works 66S 

Hanson H H G68 

Gates F M 668 

Matthewson Drug Co 668 

LORENA. 
Lorena Lumber ft Hardware Co. . . 669 
Lorena Register 669 

LOTT. 

Brown Green ' 669 

LUBBOCK. 

Lubbock Avalanche 671 

McGregor. 

First National Bank 674 

McGregor Mirror 674 

McKINNEY. 

Buck A E 675 

Collin County Grain Co 675 

McKinney Nursery Co 

left side lines, 274 and 1073 

McKinney Steam Laundry 676 

MADISONVILLE. 

Turner W L 677 

MANSFIELD. 

Mansfield Cotton Oil Co 1247 

MARLIN. 
Lyons Joe 681 

MARSHALL. 

Applebaum Joseph 682 

Campbell Mnfg Co 682 

Coleman Plumbing Co 682 

Marshall Brick Co 

left bottom lines and 633 

Marshall Business College 

right side lines and 683 

Marshall Slide Co 684 

Yakel Henry 6S5 

MART. 

Bass R W , 685 

First National Bank 685 

Hammer S W 6S6 

Hillman Bros 686 

Mart Daily Enterprise 6S6 

Mizell ft Thomas 686 

MATAGORDA. 

Lorino Bros 

right side lines and 1072 

Thornhill Wm G 6S7 

* MAYPEARL. 

Farmers & Merchants State Bank 6SS 

MERIDIAN. 

Bosque Countv Land ft Abstract 

Co 690 

Bounds Roy 1 691 

Dillard ft Word 691 

First National Bank 691 

Meridian Cottage Hotel 691 

MERTENS. 

Mertens News 692 

MEXIA. 

Mexia Laundry Co 693 

Pittman W D 693 

MIAMI. 
Robertson L B ft Son 694 

MIDLAND. 
Midland Reporter G95 

MILFORD. 

Bank of Milford 696 

Texas Presbyterian College 697 

M1NEOLA 

Bradford S L Drug Co 69.S 

Ferguson House 698 

MINERAL WELLS 
Crazy Well Hotel 699 



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Page 
MONTGOMERY. 

Curry James M 702 

First State Bank 702 

MOODY. 

Cormany Hotel 703 

MCULTON. 

Moulton Eagle 704 

MOUNT PLEASANT. 
Hotel Morris 705 

MUENSTER. 

Grube August Co 705 

NAPLES. 
Naples Monitor 709 

NAVASOTA. 

Navasota Book Co 709 

Whitworth ft Palmer Drs 710 

NEW BRAUNFELS. 

New Braunfels Herald 712 

Sussdorf P F ft Co 712 

NORMANGEE. 

Connell John H 715 

Crawford A R 715 

Normangee Ptz:r 715 

OLNEY. 

McCandless C E 718 

OMAHA. 
City Drug Store 718 

OVERTON. 
Overton Telegram 721 

PALACIOS. 

Littell Tod 723 

Marine Milling ft Construction Co 723 

Palacios Land ft Investment Co .. 723 

Sisson Bros 723 

PALESTINE. 

Anderson County Abstract Co ..." 942 

Belcher Steam Laundry 723 

Jones John A 1303 

Rose J E 1171 

PARIS. 

Mary Connor College 730 

Rodgers-Wade Furniture Co .... 729 

Seley Auto Co 731 

Simms Brokerage Co 731 

Stockey J L 730 

Varner Motor Car Co 731 

PEARS ALL. 

Pearsall Leader 733 

PECOS. 

Watson Land ft Loan Co 

left bottom lines 

PENIEL. 

Peniel University 735 

• PITTSBURG. 

White WW 738 

PLAIN VIEW. 

Goodwin J C 740 

McClelland C E 740 

Pepper J E Land Co 740 

Shallow Water Land Co 741 

South Plains Tile Co 741 

PLANO. 

Stanley W A ft Co 742 

PORT LAVACA. 

Port Lavaca Wave 745 

PUTNAM. 

Cook Grocery Co 748 

QUANAH. 

Ferguson .1 C 942 

O K Transfer ft Storage Co 749 

RICHMOND. 

Florea ft Shannon 754 

ROBSTOWN. 

Rice Arthur It 756 

KOP.v. 

Ferrel Bros 757 

Lovett Music Co 757 

ROCKDALE. 

Clark-Rnmsel Co 757 



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ROCKWALL. 

.Citizens National Bank 759 

ROGERS. 

Cottage Hotel 759 

Rogers Hotel 760 

ROSENBERG. 

Brazos Valley Realty Co 761 

Rosenberg Development Co 761 

Whisler Realty Co 761 

ROUND ROCK. 

Economy Drug Store 762 

Round Rock Leader 762 

SABINAL. 

Biggs & Harrison 765 

Heard & Co 765 

Mitchell House 765 

Sabiual Livery Stable 765 

Sabinal Sentinel 766 

Sabiual Studio 766 

Smith Land Co .766 

SAX ANGELO. 

Clark J C 768 

Nussbaumer Floral Co 769 

Paul Abstract and Title Co 769 

San Angelo Foundrv and Machine 

Co 769 

SAX ANTONIO. 

Alamo Iron Works 784 

Allen Noah 1171 

Appmann J 773 

Archer's Art Shop 7S5 

Bartlett & Ranney 

front cover and ' 

Betanoourt E A Dr 1 

Bond John H 787 

Bullitt Alex C 1171 



Cardenas Alfred 

Central Brokerage Co 

Cline Henry Ben 

College aud Academy of the In- 
carnate Word 

Commercial Printing Co. 



7S4 

779 

1172 



785 



Cornpton-Patterson Co 7S 

Crockett Hotel 7S0 

Clow & Lightfoot 786 

Dtierler G A Mnfg Co 773 

Dnyer & Dwyer , 1172 

Eatle Cooperage Co 773 

Fooler Bros Land Co 

left side lines and 786 

Fox Realty Co , 788 

Fried ich Ed 772 

Gunte Hotel 782 

Harris C C 1172 

Houstfti, Boyle & Storey 1172 

Howari Phil C 

left bottom lines and 786 

Hummeu. Fred 784 

Huntress & Keller 1173 

Hyman Jarry 

left side lines and 786 
Jefferson Standard Life Insur- 
ance Co left top lines and 783 

Jew ett Coriioe aud Roofing Co 7S8 

Jowdy A 779 

Kidd, Aikm&i & Co 

left top lines and 557 

Lassetter & Vagner 771 

McGaffney's letective Agency 774 

Manlove W C & Co 

left side lines and 789 

Marshall Trains School 

right side lines. 5 and 776 

Moses George 1 7 

Mulholland Sekoii for Girls 7 

Newton & Newvm 11 

New York Detecn-c- Agency 774 

New York Star D>. Works'. 774 

Pierce R L 771 

Pubi'itv Specialist 

right top corn. r cards, o and 771 

Rips Henry C 790 

Robertson Perry S. 1173 



St Anthony Hotel 

left top lines and 

St Louis College 

San Antonio Academy 

left side lines and 
San Antonio Blue Print and Sup- 
ply Co left side lines and 

San Antonio Camera Exchauge... 
San Antonio Life Insurance Co... 
right top lines and 
San Antonio Machine and Sup- 
ply Co 

front cover and left top 
San Antonio Tank and Cooperage 

Works left side lines and 

San Antonio Tent and Awning Co 
left side 

Schulz E A 

left top lines and 

Sc'nulze Bros Mnfg Co 

Simmang Frank 

right side lines and 

Simpson Roofing Co 

Simpson Willard E 

right top lines and 
Southern Welding and Machine Co 

Star Clay Products Co 

left top lines and 

Star Floral Co 

Stillson George A 

Sullivan W C Investment Co.... 

Terrell, Walthall & Terrell 

Texas Mosaic Tile Co 

Traders Exchange 

right side lines and 

Travelers Transfer Co 

Ursuline Academy 

Yarga Alex 

Wagner Sand Co 

left top lines and 

Walsh T P 

West Texas Militarv Academy. . . 

White Tally-ho The 

Woodhull T Frost 

Wright Engineering Co 

Yantis Jesse Chicken Life Saver 
Co 

SAN DIEGO. 

Lotto Frank 

SANGER. 

Sullivan Walter Realty Co 

SAN MARCOS. 

Brown Ossian T 

San Marcos Printing Co 

SAN SABA. 

Corner Drug Store 

Fulton, Faver & Allison 

Hamiick & Hamriek 

San Saba Transfer Co 

Y\"alker & Burleson 

Walters G A 

SANSOM. 
Depot Hotel 

SCHULENBERG. 

Ruhman Gus E 

Schulenberg Sticker 

Texas Vojksfreund 

SEALY. 

Buntzel Fritz 

SEGUIN. 

Fischer Emil E 

Seguin Enterprise 

Seguin Zeitucg 

SHERMAN. 

Caldwell & Caldwell 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co 

Creager A Y Co 

Dixon Float Line 

Evans & Evans 

Foley Charles II 

Geren James P 

Gulick & Hall... .• 

McAfee & Eatherly 



Pngi 



781 
777 

776 

772 
785 

783 

lines 
789 

lines 
783 



7S7 
78S 

1065 
784 

772 
779 
779 
787 
1173 
784 



790 



1127 



79U 
777 
789 
1174 
778 

785 

819 

820 

820 
821 

822 

822 
822 
822 
823 
823 

823 

825 
825 
825 

826 

1174 

S28 
828 



832 
831 
831 
832 
831 
832 
832 
832 



North Texas Female College and 

Kidd-Key Conservators- 832 

Russell Wm J S ". 832 

Smith Robert E 832 

S.MITHYILLE. 

Jones J T Realty Co 839 

SNYDER. 

Scurry County Abstract Co 840 

Snyder Signal 540 

STAMFORD. 

Western Hardware Co 843 

STEPHENVILLB. 

Cage & Crow Bank 844 

SULPHUR SPRINGS. 

Bergin George A §47 

Crush Brick & Tile Co 847 

Keasler R B 847 

Sulphur Springs Gazette 84s 

SWEETWATER, 
Grogan Wells & Boone Institute 

of Massage 

Ragland-Clark Abstract Co 

Sweetwater Record 

TAHOKA. 

Lynn County News 

TAYLOR. 

Central Hotel 

City Garage 

Dozier Bros 

First State Bank & Trust Co 

Murphv Hotel 

Seiders & Hoke 

Taylor Journal 

TEAGUE. 

Compton & Walker 

Gannon J J 

right bottom lines and 
Teague Real Estate Co 

TEMPLE 

Citizens Garage 

Farmers State Bank 

Jarrell O D 

Kings Daughters Hospital 

Temple Candy Co 

Temple Daily Telegram 

Temple Mirror 

Temple Sanitarium 

Texas Gum Co 

left top lines, front stencil, opp 

858 and 997 

TEXARKANA. 

Clark-Lynn Grain Co S62 

Glass, Estes, King & Burford .. 1174 

Huckins House 801 

Miller John W 

left side lines and 861 

Pinkham Metal Screen Co 862 

Presbyterian Committee of Publica- 
tion right side lines and 861 

Presbyterian Committee of Publi- 
cation right side lines and 861 

Texarkana Casket Co 

left side lines and 861 

Texarkana Trust Co S62 

Upholstering Shop The SC7 

Winn G S Paint Co 862 

TEXAS CITY. 

McCarver Ed S 869 

TIMPSON. 

Bogard J R 1174 

Bussev J B & F R S71 

Mattox E D S71 

TIOGA. 

Tioga Sanitarium & Water Co .. S71 

TO YAH. 

Kistler Frank F left top linos 

Star Livery Barn 873 

TROUP. 

Alston Garage Co 874 

Smith Hotel 874 

TYLER. 

Ginners Mutual of Tyler 878 



849 

850 
850 

851 



853 
853 
853 
854 

854 

854 

S55 

857 
85', 
858 
856 
997 
859 
859 
857 



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Page 

Tei:as Commercial Union 

left bottom lines and 877 

Texas Fire Insurance Assn SSI 

Tyler Box & Lumber Mnfg Co . . SSI 

Tyler Box Factory SSI 

White Mattress Co 87S 

UVALDE. 

Collins & Weaver 119J 

Leader-News Publishing Co .... 882 

Meac-ham W G 8S3 

Reid J W 883 

Stevenson Hotel 883 

VALLEY MILLS. 

First National Bank SS3 

McNeill Drug Store SS3 

VALLEY VIEW. 

Honeycutt J T SS4 

VELA SCO. 
Velasco State Bank , 885 

VENUS. 

Moore's Pharmacy 886 

VERNON. 

Hotel Vernon 886 

Lutz J E 886 

Vernon Abstract Co 943 

VICTORIA. 

Leffland'jul & Son SS9 

McDonald James SSS 

Opera House Hotel 889 

Victoria Fact 890 

WACO. 
Adams Hotel back cover, 

right top coiner cards and 897 

Climax Refining Co 

Dancer-Camel Land Company 

Dilworth Abstract Co 

Dilworth Tom G 

Exchange Hotel back cover 

right top corner cards and 

Gibson & Goodgion 

Hill's Business College 

Hotel Waco back cover, 

right top corner cards and 

Kingsbury Russell H 

Lacy W D Coal Co 

Lipshitz Smelting & Refining 

Works 

McCall -Moore Engineering Co . . 
National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co 

right bottom lines and 



900 
893 
893 
893 

807 
905 
896 

897 
900 
907 

901 

907 



S99 



Nelson E Mnfg Co 

right side lines and 

Oberlander O 

Ockander Bros 

Patterson Acetylene Light Co.... 

Paul Quinn College 

Perfection Nut Cracker Co 

Sanger Bros 

Savoy Hotel 

Savoy Land Co 

Stubbs Foundry Co 

Surratt Marshall 

Universal Welding Machine Co 

Waco Boiler Works 

[Waco Cement Stone Works .... 

Waco Mnfg Co 

left top corner cards and 

Waco Securities Co 

right side lines and 

Walkup Bros 

WALNUT SPRINGS. 

Bird J L 

Massey C F 

WANAHACHIE. 

Fraternal Undertaking Co 

WEATIIERFOP.D. • 

Weatherford Transfer & Storage 
Co 

WEST. 

West Bank 

West Hotel 

WHARTON. 

Security Abstract Co 

Wharton Spectator 

WHITEWRIGHT. 

Caston H R 

Hotel Erickleader 

WICHITA FALLS. 

Blair & Hughes Co 

left side lines, 276 and 

Handy Man's Shop 

McFall Transfer & Storage Co . . 

May-Thomas Co 

Monroe Bros... left side lines and 

Pate & von der Lippe 

Ray's Sheet Metal Works 

Westland Hotel 

right side lines and 
Wichita Commercial School 

right side lilies and 
Wichita Falls Bottle & Junk 



Page 

S9i 

90S 

89 

893 

S9C 

900 

895 

S9S 

896 
910 
901 
894 
894 

902 

894 
901 

914 
914 

916 



919 



921 
921 



92: 

922 



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923 



92 

92S 
930 
929 
930 
S27 
930 

929 

92S 
929 



Wichita Falls Motor Co 

left side lines and 
Wichita Marble & Granite Work* 

WILLIS. 

Carson Alfred M 

WILLS POINT. 
Watkins & Mcintosh 



WINNSBORO. 

Thomas Al 

Winnsboro Free Press 

WINTERS. 
Winters Enterprise 

YpAKUM. 

Adams Wm F 

Baldwins' Business College 

Yoakum Mattress Factory 

FOREIGN PATRONS. 

SAN FRANCISCO. CAL. 

Southern Pacific Ry 

GREENWICH, CONN. 
Edgewood The and Cottages .... 

WASHINGTON. D. C. 
National Teletype Co 

CHICAGO. ILL. 
National Real Estate Journal .... 
NEW ORLEANS, LA. 

Cosmopolitan Hotel 

German Kali Works 

Hotel De Soto 

St Charles Hotel 

Shilstone Herbert M 

Wermuth Charles E 

Wolf Samuel 

DETROIT. MICH. 

Detroit Show Case Co 

Polk R L & Co right side, left 

and left bottom lines, 8, 291, 315, 
408-412, 488, 563, 568, 591, 592, 

593, 594 and 

KANSAS CITY, MO. 

Crockett J D M &. Co 

hack cover, 250, 401 and 

Finlay Engineering College 

Jackson A R Kansas City Show 

Case Works Co 

Kansas City Elevator Mnfg Co . . . 
front cover and 

Leiben Theo 

Loretto Academy 

Pelchman F C 

Rice Milo E.. .left side lines and 

RACINE, wis. 
Gold Medal Polish Co opi 



Page 

927. 
929 

933 

933 

935 
935 

936 

938- 
938 
939 



1132- 
456 
474 

1133 

1071 
1131 
1132 
995 
944 
1175 



995 



1073 

1?03 

1063 
1027 
1014 
1303 
950 

670 



INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS 

An Alphabetical List of Prominent and Successful Business Men in Texas. 



Classified with Reference to Business 



ABSTRACTS. 

Jackson <fr Jackson, Baird 143 

Cox & Cox, Beevi'.le 163 

Crisp J C, Beeville 163 

Bell County Abstract Co, Belton.. 105 
Fannin County Abstiact Co, Bon- 
ham 942 

Hughes S W & Co, Brady 178 

Hood J S & Co, Canadian 19K 

Canyon City Abstract Co, Canyon 197 
Southwestern Abstiact Co, Corpus 

Christi 22S 

Texas Land & Title Co, Corpus 

Christi 228 

DeWitt County Abstract Co, Cuero 240 

Garrett W R & Son, Cuero 240 

Title Guarantee Abstract Co, Dal- 

hart 243 



Page 
Dallas Consolidated Abstract Co, 

Dallas 249 

Duggan Abstract Co, Denton 361 

Howeth W W Co, Gainesville 452 

Stewart Title Guaranty Co, Galves- 
ton 457 

Lee County Land & Abstract Co, 

Giddings 492 

People's Abstract Co, Hallettsville 942 

Suggs & Jones, Hereford 516 

Daniel J M Company, Laredo.... 652 
Turner Real Estate & Abstract Co, 

Madisonville 677 

Bosque County Land <fc Abstract 

Co, Meridian 690 

Anderson County Abstract Co, Pal- 
estine 942 

Ferguson J C, Quanah 942 



Papt 
Paul Abstract & Title Co San An- 

gelo , 769 

Lassetter & Wagner, Sai Antonio 771 
Sc.irry County Abstrao Co, Sny- 
der 840 

Ragland-Clark Abstrac' Co, Sweet- 
water 850 

Vernon Abstract Co, Vernon 943 

McDonald James, Vidoria 888 

Dilworth Abstract O, Waco 893 

National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co, Waco 

right Mtom lines and 899 
Security Abstract _'o, Wharton... 922 

ACADEMIES. 
College and Acalemy of the In- 
carnate Word, San Antonio.... 77f. 






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TEXAS GAZETTEER 

Pago 

Texas Novelty Advertising Co, 

Hillsboro 

right bottom lines and 522 
Publicity Specialists The, San An- 
tonio 

right top corner cards, 5 and 771 
AGRICULTURAL, IMPLEMENTS— 
MSFRS. 

Parlin & Orendorff Co. Dallas 

back cover and right top lines 

AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS- 
WHOLESALE. 
Parlin & Orendorff Implement Co, 

Dallas 

back cover and right top lines 
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 
Marable P F Hardware Co, 

Clarksville 208 

Oehler Bros, Fredericksburg 447 

Blum Hardware Co, Galveston.... 

backbone and 455 
Bering-Cortes Hardware Co, Hous- 
ton 550 

Deu'tz A & Brother, Laredo 652 

Lorena Lumber & Hardware Co. 

Lorena 669 

ALA-COLA TOTTLEKS. 

Ala-Cola Co, Houston 549 

AMMUNITION AND GUNS. 

Curamines & Sprue, Galveston... 465 

ANA LY TIC A L CHEMI STS. 

Moore L C, Dallas 264 

Fort Worth Laboratories, Fort 

Worth 

right top lines and 994 

Pacjuin Felix, Galveston 

right side lines 
Shilstone II M, New Orleans, La.. 995 

APIARISTS. 

Reid J W, Uvalde 883 

APPRAISERS. 

Creager A Y Co, Sherman 833 

Dancer-Gamel Land Company, 

Waco . . . „ 893 

ARCHITECTS. 

Berry J C, Amarillo 110 

Stephenson & Heldenfels, Beevi'le 164 
Dickerson & Whipkey Engineering 

Co, Cuero 240 

Mathews J D, Dallas 949 

"Ye Planry," Dallas 

left top corner cards and 252 

Edmonds & Forsyth, Denison.... 358 

Banker H C, Houston 568 

Deason S T. Houston..: 573 

Finger Joseph, Houston 575 

McLelland John, Houston 578 

Goodwin J C, Plainview 740 

Pierce R L, San Antonio 771 

Leffland Jul & Son, Victoria 889 

Pate &. von der Lippe, Wichita 

Falls 927 

ARCHITECTS — NAVAL. 

Anderson T J, Galveston 463 

ARCHITECTS' SUPPLIES. 
Electric Blue Print and Supplpy 

Co, Dallas 259 

Western Blue Printing Co, Fort 

Worth 403 

Texas Blue Print and Supply Co, 

Houston 585 

San Antonio BJue Print and Sup- 
ply Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 772 
ARCHITECTURAL CEMENT STONE. 
Southern Architectural Cement 

Stone Co, Dallas 266 

ARMATURE COILS. 
Houston Armature Works, Hous- 
ton 576 

ART GLASS. 

Fort Worth Art Glass Co, Fort 
Worth 401 

Southwestern Art Glass and Mir- 
ror Works, Forth Worth 401 



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San Antonio Academy for Boys, 

San Antonio 

left side lines and 776 
Ursuline Academy The, San An- 
tonio 775 

West Texas Military Academy, 
San Antonio 777 

ACCOUNTANTS. 

Robertson H V, Amarillo 112 

Commercial Audit Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 253 
Corporation Audit Co, Dallas.... 

right side lines, 253 and 951 

Gordon H E & Co, Dallas 250 

Nelson & Snyder, Dallas 249 

Oglesby J S, Dallas 250 

Schubert O F & Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 249 

Greever B B, Electra 943 

Kernaghan & Archinard, Fort 

Worth right top lines and 943 

Scales C E, Fort Worth 944 

Audit Co of the Southwest, Hous- 
ton. . .right top corner cards and 567 
Giraud Stuart A & Co, Houston.. 

4 and 575 

Hart Alex A & Co, Houston 

left bottom lines 

Houston Audit Co. Houston 

left top corner cards 
Kidd, Aikinan & Co, Houston.... 

left top lines and 557 
Rankin & Schwartz, Houston.... 5S1 
Crockett J D M & Co. Kansas City 

Mo.... back cover, 250, 401 and 944 
Wermuth C E, New Orleans, La.. 944 

ACETYLENE GAS MACHINES. 

Atlas Metal Works, Dallas 

right side lines, 303 and 1300 
New Process Roofing & Metal Co, 
Dallas right side lines and 304 

ACETYLENE GENERATORS — UNI- 
VERSAL. 
Universal Welding Machine Co, 
Waco • 901 

ACETYLENE LIGHTING PLANTS. 

Raines Richard Co, Houston 580 

Patterson Acetylene Light Co, 

Waco 893 

ACETYLENE WELDING. 

Raines Richard Co, Houston 580 

ADDRESSING AND MAILING. 

Kelly C E, Bonham 175 

Polk R L & Co, Chicago, 111 

right and left side lines, right 

and left bottom lines and 154 
Dallas Advertising & Multigraph- 

ing Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 251 

Dallas Mailing Co, Dallas 250 

McBride Stenographic Studio, Dal- 
las 251 

Tov Bros Letter & Advertising Co, 

Fort Worth 1220 

Lassetter & Wagner, San Antonio 771 

ADJUSTMENTS. 
Credit & Claims Co The, Dallas.. 

right side lines and 293 
ADVERTISING AGENTS. 
Publicity Specialists The, San An- 
tonio 

right top corner cards, S and 771 

ADVERTISING NOVELTIES. 

Kelly C E, Bonham 175 

Lake Fred L & Co, Dallas 3p0 

Grocery List Co, Greeinille 504 

Texas Novelty Advertising Co, 

Hillsboro 

right bottom lines and 522 

ADVERTISING SLIDES. 

Marshall Slide Co, Marshall 684 

ADVERTISING SPECIALISTS. 

Kelly C E, Bonham 175 



Paite 

Brosius G G & Son, Houston 570 

ARTIFICIAL LIMB MNFRS. 
Fort Worth Artificial Limb Co, 

Fort Worth M49 

Texas Artificial Limb Co. Houston 585 

Rice Milo E, Kansas City. Mo 

left side lines and 950 
ARTIFICIAL STONE. 
Southern Architectural Cement 

Stone Co. Dallas 266 

Waco Cement Stone Works, Waco 894 

ARTISTS. 

Southern Scenic Studio, Dallas... 301 

ARTISTS— COMMERCIAL. 
Kaiser Sam, Houston 574 

AUCTIONEERS. 

Krantz Salvage and Trading Co. 

Houston left side lines 

AUCTIONEERS — REAL ESTATE. 

Lackland R J, Fort Worth 

right top lines and 417 
AUDITORS. 

Robertson H V, Amarillo Ill' 

Commercial Audit Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 253 

Corporation Audit Co, Dallas 

right side lines, 253 and 951 

Gordon H E & Co, Dallas 250 

Nelson <fc Snyder, Dallas 249 

Oglesby J, S, Dallas 250 

Schubert b F & Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 249 
Kernaghan & Aichinard, Fortli 

Worth right top lines and D43 

Audit Co of the Southwest. Hous- 
ton... right top corner cards arid' 567 
Ginuid Stuart A & Co, Houston 

4 and 575 

Hart Alex A & Co, Houston 

left bottom lines 

Houston Audit Co, Houston 

left to corner cards 

Kidd, Aikman & Co, Houston 

left top lines and 557 

Rankin & Schwartz, Houston 581 

Crockett J D M &: Co. Kansas City. 

Mo back cover, 250, 401 and 944 

Wermuth C E, New Orleans, La.. 944 

AUTOMATIC TYPESETTING MA- 
CHINES. 

National Teletype Co, Galveston.. 456 
AUTOMOBILE ACCESS! IRIES. 

Tel-E.lectric Co, Houston 

backbone and 545 

AUTOMOBILE GARAGES. 

Fiege! George jr. Austin 123 

Biggs & Harrison. Sabinal 765 

Dozier Bros, Taylor 852 

Citizens Garage. Temple 857 

Alston Garage Co, Troup 874 

AUTOMOBILE MNFRS 
Wichita Falls Motor Co, Wichita 

Falls 927 

AUTOMOBILE PAINTERS. 

Cardenas A, San Antonio 784 

AUTOMOBILE PARTS. 
Southern Welding and Machine 

Co, San Aiuonio 784 

AUTOMOBILE SCHOOLS. 
Automobile Training School, Dal- 
las 254 

Texas Auto College, Fori Worth.. 402 

AUTOMOBILE! SUPPLIES. 

Jackson Auto Supply Co, Fort 

Worth 4ii2 

Kijlcen Auto Supply Co, Killeen.. 614 

AUTOMOBILE Tors 
Fort Worth Top Factory, Fort 

Worth 401 

AUTOMOBILE TRIMMERS 
Fort Worth Top Factory, Fort 
Worth 401 



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255 
402 



AUTOMOBILES. 

Beaumont Mctor Car Co, Beau- 
mont 

Southwestern Motor Sales Co, Dal- 
las 

Holmes Marvin A, Fort Worth.... 
Jackson Auto Supply Co. Fort 

Worth 402 

Beardsley G W, Houston 550 

Bean T H. Lampasas 650 

Llano Automobile Co, Llano 604 

Seley Auto Co, Paris 731 

Varner Motor Car Co, Paris 731 

Wichita Falls Motor Co, Wichita 
Falls left side lines and 927 

BABBITT METAL. 

Lipsitz Philip Co, Dallas 263 

BAG MN'FRS. 
Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills, Dal- 
las 312 

Texas Bag and Fibre Co, Houston 547 

BAGGING AND TIES. 

Christian Wm, Houston 571 

Graves M M Co, Houston 

right side lines 

BAKERS ANT) CONFECTIONERS. 
Collin Street Bakery. Corsicana.. 230 

Schaefer Bros. Galveston 470 

BANDS AND ORCHESTRAS. 
Blossom. Band & Orchestra, Blos- 
som 

Hipolito's String Band, Goliad 

BANK FIXTURES. 
Dallas Show Case & Mnfg Co, 

Dallas 

Southwestern Show Case Works, 
Dallas . .right side lines 304 and 104S 

Burge Mnfg Co, Houston 

left bottom lines and 

Houston Show Case & Mnfg Co, 

Houston, .right bottom Hues and 

Nelson E Mnfg Co. Waco 

right side lines and 
BANK RAILINGS. 

Berger A A & Co. Houston 569 

BANKS. 
Alvarado State Bank, Alvarado 

First State Bank, Annona 115 

Austin National Bank. Austin .... 12 
Farmers State Bank, Big Sandy .. 168 

Guaranty State Bank. Blum 1 

Commercial National Bank, Brady 178 
Giddings & Giddings. Brenham . . 
Burnet National Bank. Burnet . . 
Citizens State Bank & Trust Co, 

Dallas 

City National Bank The, Dallas . . 
Commonwealth National Bank. 

Dallas 257 

Dallas Trust & Savings Bank 

Dallas 258 

Leonard Wade B, Dallas .... 

back cover and 30S 

City National Bank, Eastland 371 

First State Bank, Emory 3S1 

Farmers & Mechanics National 

Bank, Fort Worth 402 

Stockvards National Bank, Fort 

Worth 1193 

Kempner H, Galveston 461 

South Texas State Bank, Galveston 461 
Texas Bank & Trust Co, Galveston 
First National Bank, Hallettsville 
First National Bank. Hubbard .... 
First State Bank & Trust Co, 

Laredo 

Lometa State Bank, Lometa 667 

First National Bank, McGregor . . 674 

First National Bank. Mart 685 

Farmers & Merchants State Bank, 

Maypearl 688 

First National Bank, Meridian.... 691 

Bank of Milford, Milford 096 

First State Bank, Montgomery ... 702 



172 

496 



30i 



570 



54! 



893 



10S 



180 
192 



256 
316 



4 01 
50? 
628 

656 



Citizens National Bank, Rockwall 759 

Cage & Crow. Stephenville 844 

First State Bank ct Trust Co, 

Taylor 853 

Farmers State Bank, Temple 857 

Texarkana Trust Co. Texarkana . . 862 

First National Bank, Valley Mills 883 

Velasco State Bank. Velasco 855 

Waco Securities Co, Waco 

right side lines and 894 

West Bank The, West 921 

BAR LEAD. 

Lipsitz Philip Co, Dallas ?63 

BARREL DEALERS. 

Eagle Cooperage Co, San Antonio 773 

BATH HOUSES. 
Harbor View Bath House, Galves- 
ton 470 

BATHS. 
Fitzgerald's Sanitarium, Eagle 

Lake 369 

Houston Hot Well Sanitarium and 

Hotel, Houston 533 

BATTERIES. 

Tel-E!ectric Co, Houston 

backbone and 545 
BEEKEEPERS' SUPPLIES. 

F.idelbach G S, Flatonia 

back cover and 397 

Reid J W, Uvalde 883 

BEER— WHOLESALE. 

Oberiander O, Waco 90S 

BELTING AND HOSE. 

Girten-Bowman Supply Co, 

Houston 555 

Houston Belting & Supply Co, 

Houston 576 

BICYCLES. 

Cullum & Boren Co, Dallas 306 

Ott Charles, Dallas 300 

Cummings & Sprue, Galveston.... 465 

Beardsley G W, Houston 550 

BILLIARD HALLS. 
Ruby Billiard & Pool Hall, 

Greenville 505 

BILLIARD AND POOL TABLE MNFRS. 

Friedrich Ed, San Antonio 772 

BILL POSTERS. 

White W W, Pittsburg 73S 

BLACKSMITHS. 

Buntzel Fritz, 'Sealy 826 

BLUE PRINTING. 

Electric Blue Print & Supply Co, 

Dallas 259 

Texas Blue Print & Supply Co, 

Dallas 948 

Western Blue Print Co. Fort Worth 403 
Electric Blue Print Co, Houston 574 
Texas Blue Print Ai Supply Co, 

Houston 585 

San Antonio Blue. Print & Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 
McCall-Moore Engineering Co, 

Waco 907 

BOILERMAKERS. 
Bollinger John jr, Beaumont .... 153 
Fort Worth Boiler Works, 

Fort Worth 40; 

Finucane Boiler Korks, Houston.. 

left top lines and 55; 
Tofte Sheet Iron & Boiler Works, 

Houston ; 

Waco Boiler Works, Waco 894 

BOILERS AND ENGINES. 
Lummus Cotton Gin Sales Co, 

Dallas, left top corner cards and I 

PONDS. 

Fidelity & Deposit Co of Maryland. 
Dallas right side lines and 283 



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BOOK BINDERS. 

Kxline-Reimcrs Co The tlncj. 

Dallas and Fort Worth 

front cover and opp 42S 

Coyle W H & Co. Houston 

left side lines and 55? 
Dealy-Adey-Elgiu Co, Houston.... 

right side lines 
BOOK CASES. 

Pillot Teolin Co, Houston 

right top lines and 
BOOK PUBLISHERS. 
Firm Foundation Publishing House 
Austin, left top corner cards and 
BOOKS. 
Book & Art Exchange, Dallas... 
Presbyterian Committee of Publi- 
cation, Texarkana 

right side lines and 
BOOKS AND STATIONERY. 

Pillot Teolin Co, Houston 

right top lines and 
Navasota Book Co. Navasota .... 

BOTTLERS. 

Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Galveston. . 

Weatherly Mineral Wells, Garrison 

St Mary's Mineral Wells, Halletts- 

ville 



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130 



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861 



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709 



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' 509 

Ala-Cola Co, Houston 549 

Union Bottling Works. Houston . . 5S'' 

Johnson S N, Laredo 653 

Crown Bottling Works. Longview 60S 
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Sherman . . 832 
Tioga Sanitarium & Water Co, 

Tioga 871 

BOX MNFRS. 

Tyler Box Factory, Tyler 881 

BRASS FOUNDERS. 

Mosher Mnfg Co, Dallas 

right 'jide li&6s and 307 
Voight Machine Shop The, 

Galveston 473 

Southern Brass Mnfg & Plating Co, 
Houston, ...right side lines and 584 
BRICK DEALERS. 
Dallas Builder: Supply Co. Dallas 

right top lines, 265 and 985 

Moore & Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 262 

Jones W L. Galveston 467 

Vandaveer Clay Products Co. Hous- 
ton right bottom lines and 565 

Walcott F B. Houston 

right bottom lines and 5S7 

BRICK MNFRS. 

Athens Fire Brick Co, Athens .... 

left bottom lines and 11? 
Corsicana Brick Co, Corsicana . . 

left bottom lines and 229 
Whiteselle Brick &. Lumber Co, 

Corsicana 9S3 

Fraser Brick Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 260 

Acme Pressed Brick Co, Fort 

Worth 9S1 

Texas Clay Products Co, Fort 

Worth S'2 

Johnson S N, Laredo 653 

Laredo Brick Co, Laredo 653 

Page George R &. Co, Laredo .... 654 

Marshall Brick Co. Marshall 

left bottom lines and 6S'< 
Star Clay Products Co, San 

Antonio left top lines and 772 

Crush Brick & Tile Co. Sulphur 

Springs 847 

BRICK MNFRS — CEMENT. 
Galveston-Houston Cement Mnfg 

Co, Galveston 458 

BROKERS— MERCHANDISE. 

Roberts & Gurtger.. Beaumont. 983 

Giglioli F F & Co. Galveston.... 466 
Garcia J J & Co, Laredo 656 



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_BROKERS— STOCKS AND BONDS. 
Waco Securities Co The, Waco. . 

right side lines and S94 
BRONZE METALS. 

Lipsitz PhUip Co, Dallas 263 

BROOM CORN. 
American Warehouse Co, Galves- 
ton 463 

BROOM JiNFRS. 

Fortuna Brocm Co, Beeville 163 

Enterprise Broom Factory, Corpus 

Christi 226 

BUILDERS' HARDWARE. 

Galveston Hardware Co, Galveston 45S 

BUILDERS' SUPPLIES. 

Rockwell Bros & Co, Colorado 216 

Dallas Builders' Supply Co, Dallas 

right top lines, 265 and 985 
General Builders' Supply Co, Fort 

Worth 404 

Walcott F B, Houston 

right bottom lines and 587 

BUILDING MATERIAL. 

Dallas Builders' Supply Co, Dallas, 

right top lines, 265 and 9S5 

Moore & Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 262 
Southwestern Mechanical Co, Fort 

Worth 414 

Chambers A M, Houston 571 

Gerner Lumber Co, Houston 051 

Vandaveer Clay Products Co, Hous- 
ton right bottom lines and 565 

Laredo Brick Co, Laredo 653 

BUILDING PLAN'S. 

.'Ye Planry," Dallas 

left top corner cards and 252 
BURLAP MNFRS. 
Texas Bag & Fibre Co, Houston.. 547 
BUSINESS WAGONS, 

Fulton Wm T Co, Dallas 293 

BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS. 
Desel, Boetteher Co, Houston .... 553 

CALENDARS. 

Texas NovPlty Advertising Co, 
Hillsboro. .right bottom lines and 522 
CAN MNFRS. 

White R Mnfg Co, Houston 588 

CANCER SPECIALISTS. 

Wofford I B, Del Rio 98C 

CAR MNFRS— LOGGING. 
Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co, 

Houston 539 

CAR WHEEL MNFRS. 
Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co, 

Houston 539 

CARPENTERS. 
Flick K J, Bartlett 147 

CARPENTERS' TOOLS. 

Galveston Hardware Co, Galves- 
ton 458 

CARPET CLEANERS. 

Hill Carpet Cleaning Co, Fort 

Worth 956 

Scott J P Co, Fort Worth 956 

Rips Henry C, San Antonio 790 

Perkins Tom, Wichita Falls 928 

CARPET CLEANING COMPOUNDS. 

Dallas Compound Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 308 
CARPET RENOVATORS. 

Dallas Rug Mfg ft Renovating Co, 

Dallas 264 

CARRIAGE AND WAGONMAKERS. 

Yakel Henry, Marshall 685 

CARRIAGES AND WACONS. 

Parlin & Orendorff Implement Co, 
Dallas.. back cover and light top lines 

Wheeler J Q & Son, Kerrviile 643 

CASKET MNFRS. 

TexarkaDa Casket Co, Tcxarkana 

left side lines and 861 



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CASTINGS. 
Fort Worth Mechanical Co, Fort 
Worth 407 

CASUALTY INSURANCE. 

'ommonwealth Bonding & Casualty 

Insurance Co, Fort Worth 

front cover, left top lines and 410 

CEMENT. 

Dallas Builders Supply Co. Dallas 

right top lines, 265 and 9S5 

CEMENT PRODUCTS. 

Galveston-Houston Cement Mfg Co, 

Galveston 458 

CEMENT SIDEWALKS. 
Galveston-Houston Cement Mfg Co, 

Galveston 458 

Humphreville W E, Houston 57S 

CEREAL FOOD MNFRS. 

Adanutene Co The,. Delhart 

right bottom lines and 243 
Cream of Rice Co, Houston 533 

CHEMISTS. 

Moore L C, Dallas 264 

Fort Worth Laboratories, Fort 

Worth right top lines and 994 

Paquin Felix, Galveston 

right side lines 
Shilstone H M, New Orleans, La.. 995 

CHEWING GUM MNFRS. 

Texas Gum Co, Temple 

front edge, left top lines, 

opp 859 and 997 
CHIROPODISTS. 

Appmann J Dr, San Antonio 773 

CHURCH AND SUNDAY SCHOOL 
BOOKS. 
Presbyterian Committee of Pub- 
lication, Texarkana 

right side lines and 861 
CIGARS AND TOBACCO— WHOL. 

Blair & Hughes Co, Dallas 

left side lines, 276 and 928 

Collins Candy Co, Houston 551 

Keller Theo Co, Houston 557 

Blair & Hughes Co. Wichita Falls 

left side lines, 276 and 92S 
CIGARS AND TOBACCO — RETAIL. 

Palace of Sweets, Greenville 504 

CIRCULATING LIBRARIES. 
Book and Art Exchange, Dallas.. 259 

CISTERN MNFRS. 

Giesecke Bros Co, Brenham 180 

Seelhorst Adolph, Brenham 181 

Atlas Metal Works, Dallas 

right side lines, 303 and 1300 
New Process Roofing & .Metal Co, 

Dallas light side lines and 304 

Eidelbach G S, Flatonia 

back cover and 397 

Houston Tank Co, Houston 57S 

Mandry Leo, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 

CITY PROPERTY. 

Traders Exchange, San Antonio.. 

right side lines and 787 

CLAIM ADJUSTERS — FREIGHT. 

Texas Rate Assn, Houston 586 

CLOTHES BOXES. 
Texarkana Casket Co, Toxarkana 

left side lines and 861 
CLOTHES CLEANERS AND PRESSERS. 

Reddell & Roberts, Cleburne 212 

Banner Cleaning Co, Dallas 309 

Click J W, Dallas : 309 

Fishburn's Dyeing & Dry Cleaning 

Co, Fort Worth 405 

?ort Worth Steam Dye Works, Fort 

Worth 406 

Rex Steam laundry Co, Galveston 409 
Burkhart's Laundry & Dye Works, 

Houston 571 



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Eureka Laundry, Houston 574 

Fisher's Dye Works, Houston 554 

Ineeda Laundry & Dye Works, 

Houston. .. .right side lines and 556 

Model Laundry Co, Houston 560 

COAL — WHOLESALE. 

Fowler & McVitie, Galveston 465 

Lacy W D Coal Co, Waco 907 

COAT, AND WOOD. 

North Texas Transfer & Storage 

Co, Denison 355 

Sims & Harris, Haskell 512 

Cocke Richard & Co, Houston.... 

left side lines and 572 
COFFEE CAN MNFP.S. 

White Mnfg Co, Houston 588 

COFFI0E SUPSTITUTES. 

Adanutene Co The, Dalhart 

right bottom lines and 243 

COLD STORAGE. 

Columbia Mnfg Co, Dallas 261 

Waldrep W P & Co, Gonzales 497 

COLLECTIONS. 

First State Bank, Annona 115 

Cox John R, Austin 1160 

Dycus A W, Beaumont 1161 

Farmers State Bank, Big Sandy.. 168 

Guaranty State Bank, Blum 173 

Giddings & Giddings, Brenham. . . . ISO 
Burgess, Burgess, Chrestman & 

Brundidge, Dallas 1161 

Credit & Claims Co The, Dallas.. 

right side lines and 293 

Dun R G & Co, Dallas 

bottom edge and left top lines 

Meador & Davis, Dallas 1162 

Sanders, King & Youngblood, Dal- 
las ..: 1162 

Saner & Saner, Dallas 1163 

Texas Law Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 2C5 

First State Bank, Emory 391 

Dedman & Potter, Fort Worth... 1164 

Kinchen C R, Fort Worth 1164 

McGown, Murphy & McGown, Fort 

Worth 1165 

Wilkinson W W, Fort Worth 11C7 

Howeth W W Co, Gainesville ... 452 

Schirmer Theodore, Galveston.... 1167 

Walker J B, Granger 501 

Strong & Arnold, Henderson 1168 

Harvey P, Houston 1169 

Nlday James E, Houston 1170 

First National Bank, Meridian.... 691 

Roso J E, Palestine 1171 

Fischer E E, Seguin 1174 

Kingsbury Russell H, Waco 900 

COLLING F.S AND SCHOOLS. 

Huston Samuel College, Austin . 124 

St Edward's College, Austin 124 

St John Industrial Institute and 

Orphanage, Ausiin 123 

St Mary's Academy, Austin 127 

Texas Deaf and Dumb and Blind 

Institute, Austin 124 

Texas School for the Deaf, Austin 126 
Texas Training School for Defect- 
ives and Sanitarium for Mental 

and Nervous Diseases, Austin.. 127 

Tillotson College, Austin 127 

Bav City Business College, Bay 

City 148 

Baylor College for Women, Belton 165 
Canadian Business College. Canad- 
ian 196 

Nueces Business Colleges, Corpus 

Christi right side lines and 223 

Metropolitan Business College, 

Dallas left side lines and 268 

SI Mary's College, Dallas 269 

University of Dallas, Dallas 

front and back covers, 270 and 1013 
North Texas State Normal College, 

Denton 362 



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Brvan.t School for Boys The, Fort 

Worth 406 

Farmer's Business College. Fort 

Worth right top lines and 406 

Texas Auto College, Fort Worth. . 402 
Gainesville Business College, 

Gainesville 452 

Ursnline Academy, Galveston 462 

Southwestern University, George- 
town 491 

Wesley College, Greenville 505 

Academy of the Incarnate Word, 

Houston 56 

Finlay Engineering College, Kan- 
sas City, Mo 1013 

Doretto Academy, Kansas City, 

Mo 1014 

Notre Dame Institute, Kerrville. . 643 

Laredo Seminary, Laredo 651 

Marshall Business College, Mar- 
shall right side lines and 683 

Texas Presbyterian College, Mil- 
ford 697 

Mary Connor College, Paris 730 

Peniel University, Peniel 735 

College and Academy of the In- 
carnate Word, San Antonio.... 773 
Marshall Training School, San An- 
tonio. .. .right side lines, 5 and 77G 
Mulholland School The, San An- 
tonio 777 

St Louis College, San Antonio 777 

San Antonio Academy for Boys, 

San Antonio, .left side lines and 7 
Ursuline Academy The, San An- 
tonio 7 

West Texas Military Academy, San 

Antonio 7 

North Texas Female College &. 
Kidd-K.ey Conservatory, Sher- 
man 8: 

Hill's Business College, Waco 896 

Paul Quinn College, Waco 896 

Wheeler-Hughes Commercial Col- 
lege, Wichita Fails 

right side lines and 928 
Wichita Commercial School, Wich- 
ita Falls. .. .right side lines and 92S 
Baldwin's Business College, Yoak- 
um 939 

COMMERCIAL BODIES. 
Chamber of Commerce, Gaines- 
ville 451 

COMMERCIAL PAPER. 
Manlove W C & Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 

COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Beach George, Houston 549 

COMMISSION — LIVE STOCK. 
Daggett John P Live Stock Com- 
mission Co, Fort Worth 413 

Lee Live Stock Commission Co, 

Fort Worth 

left bottom lines and 413 
Rhome-Farmer Live Stock Commis- 

• sion Co, Fort Worth 414 

Vanderpool Win & Co, Galveston 472 
COMMISSION MERCHANTS. 

Klappenbach H, Eagle Pass 371 

Clark & Hennessy Produce Co, Gal- 
veston 464 

Myers S Produce Co. Houston 561 

Villegas L & Co, Laredo 657 

CONCRETE BUILDING BLOCKS. 

Bosse Bros, Fredericksburg 44 .' 

CONCRETE CONSTRUCTION. 
Klein Bros Co, Dallas 305 

CONCRETE MIXERS. 

Foley C H, Sherman 831 

CONCRETE STAVE SILOS. 

Waco Cement Stone Works, Waco 894 

CONFECTIONERS — MNFG AND XVHOL 
Beeville Fruit Co, Beeville 162 



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Schaefer Bros, Galveston 470 

Collins Candy Co. Houston 551 

Crown Bottling Works. Longview 60S 
Duerler G A Mnfg Co, San Antonio 773 

Temple Candy Co, Temple 997 

CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS. ETC. 
Palace of Sweets, Greeneville . . . 504 

CONSERVATORIES OF MUSIC 
North Texas Female College & 
Kidd-Key Conservatory, Sher- 
man S32 

CONSULTING ENGINEERS 

Knapp G A, Alvin 109 

Bewick, Koch & Fowler, Dallas.. 1064 
Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 
Simpson W E, San Antonio. 

right top lines and 1065 
CONTRACTORS. 
Hess & Skinner Engineering Co, 

Dallas 266 

Foley C H. Sherman 831 

Ockander Bros, Waco 

CONTRACTORS — CEMENT. 

Klein Bros Co, Dallas 305 

CONTRACTORS— CONCRETE. 
Feste E, Galveston 465 

CONTRACTORS— CUT STONE. 

Oates E. Dallas 

right side lines and 267 

Herget K D, Dallas 

right side lines and 267 
CONTRACTORS — DRAYAGE. 
Hanson's Sons, Galveston 459 

CONTRACTORS' EQUIPMENT. 

Everett, Bradt and Wright, Hous- 
ton 

CONTRACTORS— EXCAVATING 

Vilbig Bros, Dallas 

CONTRACTORS — GENERAL, 
Industrial Construction Co, Austin 

Flick K J. Bartlett 147 

Lvnch W R. Dallas 299 

Wright L R & Co, Dallas 1023 

Edmonds & Forsyth, Denison 358 

Bryce Building Co, Fort Worth... 405 
wiiitworth Construction Co, Fort 

Worth 405 

Boone Jno B & Co, Galveston .... 45S 

Deats J K, Galveston 465 

Antill & Baring. Houston 531 

Dahlby E M, Houston 572 

Hine & Hine, Houston 576 

Hipp W S. Houston 536 

Horton F D & Son, Houston 537 

Humphreville W E, Houston 57S 

Rid path D B. Houston 582 

Sanderson T J, Houston 582 

Smallshaw John, Houston 583 

South Texas Engineering Co 

Houston 583 

Waldo Wilrner, Houston 587 

Wilkin H M, Houston 566 

Marine Milling & Construction Co, 

Palacios 

Stockey J L, Paris 

Miller J W, Texarkana 

left side lines and 

CONTRACTORS — GRADING 

Hanson Sons (Inc), Galveston.... 

Texas Grading Co, Houston 585 

Winkler C F, Houston 589 

CONTRACTORS — MILLS. 

Carrico B J, Fort Worth 

left bottom lines and 404 

CONTRACTORS — MOSAIC. 

Steele C A & Co, Fort Worth 405 

CONTRACTORS — PAVING. 

Chambers A M, Houston 571 

Hipp W S, Houston 536 

Horton F D & Son. Houston 537 

CONTRACTORS— ROOFING 

Eisemann Ed, Houston 573 



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CONTRACTORS— STONK 

Cortes Bros, Houston 589 

CONTRACTORS— VACUUM CLEANING. 

Texas Tucc Co The. Dallas 

right side lines and 313 

CONTRAOTORS—WKLL. . 

Layne & Bowler Co, Houston 543 

COOPERAGE. 
Eagle Cooperage. Co, San Antonio. 773 

Maudry Leo, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
San Antonio Tank & Cooperage 

Works, San Antonio 

left side lines and 739 
COPYRIGHTS. 

Spellman & Murray, Dallas 

front cover and 297 
CORNICE MNFRS. 
Attwell Cornice Co, Fort Worth.. 419 
Walsh T P, San Antonio 790 

CORSET MNFRS. 

R & N Corset Factory, Dallas 266 

COSTUMERS. 
Harrelson Costume Co, Dallas.... 1027 
Lieben Theo, Kansas City, Mo 1027 

COTTON BAG MNFRS. 

Texas Bag and Fibre Co, Houston 547 
COTTON BUYERS. 

Right H L, Dublin 367 

Schneider Wm & Co, Galveston.. 471 
Cocke Richard & Co, Houston.... 

left side lines and 372 

Phillips J C Co. Dallas 632 

Rainier S D, Llano 664 

Cook Grocery Co, Putnam 748 

COTTON FACTORS. 

Kempner H, Galveston 461 

Christian Wm, Houston 571 

COTTON GIN MACHINERY. 

Hart Cotton Machine Co. Dallas.. 

left top corner cards and 288 
Lummus Cotton Gin Sales Co. Dal- 
las left top corner cards and 289 

Murray Co The, Dallas 

left side lines and 290 
San Antonio Machine and Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 
COTTON GINS. 

Right H L, Dublin 367 

Carson A M, Willis 933 

COTTON MILLS. 

Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills, Dal- 
las 312 

COTTON OIL MILLS. 

Houston Cotton Oil Mill, Houston. 576 
South Texas Cotton Oil Co, Hous- 
ton 583 

COTTON SEED DEALERS. 

Christian Wm, Houston 571 

COTTON SEED PRODUCTS 

Giglioli F F & Co, Galveston 466 

Reymershoffer J, Galveston 469 

Cocke Richard & Co, Houston... 

left side lines and 572 

Graves M M Co, Houston 

right side lines 
Houston Cotton Oil Mill, Houston 576 
South Texas Cotton Oil Co, Hous- 
ton 583 

COTTON SEED— WHOLESALE 
Jolley AL- Terry Cotton Seed Co, 

Lockhart 666 

CRATE MNFRS. 

Robertson Randolph, Laredo G3S 

CREAMERIES 

Donnell Creamery Co, Belton 165 

Bosque Valley Creamery, Clifton.. 213 
Shaw Bros Creamery Co, Fort 
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CREDIT RATINGS. 

Dun R G & Co, Dallas 

bottom edge and left top lines 
CRUSHED ROCK. 

JVIexia Quarry Co, Galveston 468 

"Cocke Richard & Co, Houston 

Jeft side lines and 572 

Texas Gravel Co, Houston 536 

CRUSHED STONE. 
Vilblg Bros, Dallas 273 

CUT FLOWERS. 

Helgert W P, Dallas 274 

Southern Floral Co, Dallas 274 

CUT STONE CONTRACTORS. 

Herget K D, Dallas 

right side lines and 267 

"Oates E, Dallas 

right side lines and 267 
CUTLERY. 
Bering-Cortes Hardware Co, Hous- 
ton 550 

CYPRESS TANKS. 
•Clarendon Planing Mi,U, Clarendon 206 

DEEP WELL PUMP MACHINERY. 
San L Antonio Machine and Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 
DENTAL DEPOTS. 
"Medcalf & Thomas, Fort Worth. . . 1041 

DENTISTS. 

Betancourt E A Dr, San Antonio. . 773 
DESIGNERS. 

;Star Engraving Co, Houston 

left top corner cards 
DETECTIVE AGENCIES. 

Thlel Detective Service, Dallas 268 

McGaffey's Detective Agency, San 

Antonio 774 

*New York Detective Agency, San 

Antonio 774 

DIAMOND SETTERS. 

'Haenelt R R, Houston 575 

DISINFECTANTS. 

Martin C J & Sons, Austin 124 

-Crowdus Bros &. Co, Dallas 1044 

Dallas Compound Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 308 

'Fulton Bag and Cotton Mills 

Dallas 312 

DOOR SCREEN MNFRS. 

^Dallas Screen Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 302 
DOORS AND WINDOWS— FIRE PROOF 

Gilbert Mnfg Co, Dallas 272 

Texas Sheet Metal Works, Galves- 
ton 472 

DRAINAGE TILE MNFRS 
Southern Tile and Drainage Co, 
Eag!e Lake 369 

DRUG HABIT CURES. 

Neal Institute, Dallas 

right side lines, 301 and 1181 
NormyJ Temperance Association, 

Houston 580 

Purdy Home The, Houston 580 

DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES. 

Randals & Wolf, Houston 

left side lines and 581 
DRUGGISTS — WHOLESALE. 

Houston Drug Co. Houston 577 

Southern Drug Co, Houston 584 

DRUGGISTS— RETAIL. 
-Starcke's Drug and Jewelry Store, 

Big Sandy 168 

Wall Drug Store, Carthage 199 

■Reddell & Roberts, Cleburne 212 

Hutton & Carpenter, Clifton 213 

Adams F M &. Sons, Forney 400 

Jrlassell Drug Co, Fort Worth 

right bottom lines and 1051 



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Long .1 W, Georgetown 491 

Hightower Drug Co, Henderson.. 515 

Urquhart Allen, Jefferson 636 

Schwarz & "Hoffman, Lampasas... 650 

Peoples' Pharmacy, Laredo 658 

Ransom & Mackey, Llano 661 

Matthewson Drug Co. Longview... 668 

Hillman Bros, Mart 686 

Bradford S L Drug Co, Mineola. . . 698 

City Drug Store, Omaha 718 

Economy Drug Store, Round Rock 762 

Corner Drug Store, San Saba 822 

Bussey J B & F R, Timpson 871 

McNeill Drug Store, Valley Mills 883 

Moore's Pharmacy, Venus 886 

Watkins & Mcintosh, Wills Point. 933 

DRV GOODS. 

Sanger Bros Waco 895 

DYERS AND CLEANERS. 

Banner Cleaning Co, Dallas 309 

Click J W, Dallas 309 

Fishburn's Dyeing and Dry Clean- 
ing Co, Fort Worth 405 

Fort Worth Steam Dye Works, 

Fort Worth 406 

Rex Steam Laundry Co, Galves- 
ton 469 

Burkhart's Laund'-y and Dye 

Works, Houston 571 

Eureka Laundry, Houston 574 

Fisher's Dye Works, Houston 554 

Ineeda Laundry and Dye Works. 

Houston right side lines and 556 

Model Laundry Co, Houston 560 

New York Star Dye Works, San 
Antonio 774 

ELECTRIC LIGHT COMPANIES. 

Brush Electric Co, Galveston 463 

ELECTRIC SIGN'S. 

Haley E A, Cleburne 210 

Zimmerman J F & Son, Dallas... 303 

Smith The Sign Man, Houston... 583 

ELECTRIC TELETYPE MACHINES. 

National Teletype Co, Washington, 
D. C 456 

ELECTRICAL GOODS— MNFRS. 

Standard Mechanical Equipment 

Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 271 
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES. 
Standard Mechanical Equipment 

Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 271 
Tschumy L P & Co, Galveston... 472 
Brown-Woods Electric Co, Hous- 
ton left side lines and 552 

Smith The Sign Man, Houston 583 

Tel-Electric Co, Houston 

backbone and i :.'. 

ELECTRICAL TYPEWRITING. 

National Teletype Co. Galveston.. 456 

ELECTRICIANS. 
Standard Mechanical Equipment 

Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 271 

Tschumy L P £ Co, Galveston 472 1 

Houston Armature Works, Hous- 
ton 576 

ELECTRO-GALVANIC RINGS. 
Jones T B. Athens 120 

ELEVATOR MNFRS. 
American Machine Co, Dallas.... 272 
Kansas City Elevator Mnfg Co, 
Kansas City. Mo, front cover and 1063 
ELEVATORS— COTTON GIN. 
Lummus Cotton Gin Sales Co, Dal- 
las.. ..left top corner cards and 289 
EMBOSSERS. 
Exline-Reimers Co The (Inc), Dal- 
las and Fort Worth 

front cover and opp 428 
EMPLOYMENT AGENTS. 
Texas Employment Bureau, Dallas 272 
City Employment Agency, Laredo 656 



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ENGINEERS— CIVIL AND SURVEYING. 

Knapp G A, Alvin 109 

Munsou A & T A, Angleton 114 

Gustafson E N, Bay City 149 

Dickerson & Whipkey Engineer 

ing Co, Cuero 240 

Hess &. Skinner Engineering Co, 

Dallas 266 

Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 

Horton Dwight, Houston 537 

Howe & Wise, Houston 579 

Waldo Wilmer, Houston 587 

Bartlett & Ranney, San Antonio. . . 

front cover and 778 
McCall-Moore Engineering Co, 

Waco 907 

ENGINEERS — CONSTRUCTION. 

Deason S T, Houston 573 

South Texas Engineering Co. 

Houston 583 

ENGINEERS — CONSULTING. 
Bewick, Koch & Fowler. Dallas... 1064 
Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 

Banker H C. Houston 56S 

Bartlett & Ranney, San Antonio 

front cover and 778 

Simpson W E, San Antonio 

right top lines and 1065 
Wright Engineering Co, San An- 
tonio 778 

ENGINEERS— CONTRACTING. 

Smith & Whitney, Dallas 272 

ENGINEERS — DESIGNING. 

Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 

ENGINEERS— MARINE CON- 
SULTING. 

Anderson T J, Galveston 463 

ENGINEERS— MECHANICAL. 
Calhoun Pattern, Foundry and Ma- 
chine Co. Houston 551 

Werner-Mitchell Machine Works, 

Houston 588 

Wright Engineering Co, San An- 
tonio 778 

ENGINEERS— SUPERVISING. 
Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 

ENGINEERS SUPPLIES. 

Western Blue Printing Co, Fort 
Worth 403 

Texas Blue Print & Supply Co, 
Houston 585 

San Antonio Bine Print & Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 772 

ENGINEERS AND CONTRACTORS — 
VACUUM CLEANING. 

Texas Tuec Co The, Dallas 

right side lines and 313 
ENGINES. 

Dixon Mnfg Co. Austin 129 

Tips Walter Co, Austin 128 

Briggs-Weaver Machinery Co, Dal- 
las 291 

Carrico B J, Fort Worth 

left bottom Hues and 404 
Gamer Crescent Co, Fort Worth:. 414 
San Antonio Machine & Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 
ENGRAVERS. 

Mason Engraving Co, Dallas 2'i 3 

Rein & Sons Co, Houston 

opp back paster 

Star Engraving Co, Houston 

left top corner cards 
Commercial Printing Co (Inc), San 

Antonio 785 

ENGRAVERS -JEWELRY. 

Emerson & Lynch. Dallas 273 

Shaw M W & Sons, Galveston 

right side lines 



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Pape 

Haenelt R R, Houston 575 

ENVELOPE MNFRS. 

Hesse Envelope Co, Dallas 1060 

EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS. 

Winkler C P, Houston 5S9 

EXPERT SAFE OPENERS. 

Assmann Carl, Austin 132 

EXPRESS AND DRAYAGE. 
Travelers' Transfer Co The, San 

Antonio 790 

Dixon Float Line, Sherman 831 

FARM IMPLEMENTS. 

Blum Hardware Co, Galveston.... 

back bone and 455 
FARM LANDS. 
Fowler Bios Land Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 7SC 

Howard Phii C, Sau Antonio 

left bottom lines and 7SC 

Hymau Harry, San Antonio 

left side lines and 786 
Moses George D, San Antonio.... 7S7 
Traders' Exchange, San Antonio 

right side lines and 7S' 

Evans & Evans, Sherman „. S3: 

Monroe Bros, Wichita Falls 

left side lines and 930 
FARM LOANS. 

Creager A Y Co, Sherman 831 

FEED MILLS— MNFRS. 
Parlin & Orendorff Implement Co, 

Dallas, back cover and right top lines 
FEEDSTUFFS. 

Graves M M Co, Houston 

right side lines 

Rogers J E, Houston 

right bottom lines and 582 
FERTILIZERS. 
German Kali Works, New Orleans, 
La 1071 

FILMS. 

General Film Co, Dallas 1220 

FIRE BRICK MNFRS. 
Star Clay Products Co, San Antonio 

left top lines and 772 
FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY. 
Athens Fire Brick Co, Athens .... 

left bottom lines and 119 

Fraser Brick Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 260 
Bryce Building Co, Fort Worth . . 405 
Texas Clay Products Co, Fort 

Worth 982 

Vandaveer Clay Products Co, 

Houston, right bottom lines and 565 
Star Clay Products Co, San 

Anionic left top lines and 772 

Crush Brick & Tile Co, Sulphur 

Springs 847 

FIRE ESCAPES 

Berger A A & Co, Houston 569 

FIRE PROOF DOORS AND WINDOWS. 

Gilbert Mnfg Co, Dallas 273 

FIRE PROOF LOCKERS. 

Safe-Cabinet Co The, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 
' FISH AND OYSTERS. 

Lorino Bros, Matagorda 

right, side lines and 1072 

Thornhill W G, Matagorda 687 

Jowdy A, San Antonio 779 

FLOORING- -MARPLE. 

Western Marble & Tile Co, Dallas 2C1 

FLORISTS. 

HJegert. W P, Dallas 274 

McKinney Nursery Co, Dallas 

left side lines, 274 and 1072 

Southern Floral Co, Dallas 274 

Denton Floral Co, Denton 362 

Drumm Seed & Floral Co, Fort 

Worth 1073 



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Intorurban Seed & Floral Co, Fort 

, Worth • 407 

McAdain J E, Fort Worth 1073 

Blecker C H, Houston . . . . ' 569 

Dirken Floral & Nursery Co.Hous- 

ton 573 

Nussbaumer Floral Co. Sau Angelo 769 

Star Floral Co, San Antonio 779 

FLOUR MILLS. 

Laredo Roller Mills, Laredo 652 

FLOUR AND FEED. 

Ogden W B, Austin 128 

White I L, Carrizo Springs 19 

Sims & Harris. Haskell 512 

Dixon E S & Co, Houston 

right bottom lines and 546 

Simms Brokerage Co, Paris 731 

Clark-Lynn Grain Co, Texarkaua. 862 
FOOD PRODUCTS. 

Adanutene Co The, Dalhart 

right bottom lines and 243 
FORWARDING AGENTS. 

Steele J H W Co The, Galveston 472 

Wiley & Nicholls Co The, Galveston 473 

FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS. 

Beaumont Iron Works Co, Beau- 
mont 151 

Mosher Mnfg Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 307 

Texas Foundry & Machine Co, 

Dallas 275 

Fort Worth Mechanical Co. Fort 
Worth 407 

Southwestern Mechanical Co, Fort 
Worth 414 

Calhoun Pattern, Foundry &. Ma- 
chine Co, Houston 551 

Houston Car-Wheel & Machine 

Co, Houston 539 

Union Iron Works, Houston 5S6 

Laredo Iron Works, Laredo 653 

San Angelo Foundry & Machine 
Co, San Angelo 769 

Alamo Iron Works, San Antonio. . . 7S4 

San Antonio Machine <fc Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 

Slubbs Foundry Co, Waco 896 

FRATERNAL INSURANCE. 

Praetorians The. Dallas 

left side lines and 284 
FREIGHT CLAIM ADJUSTERS. 

Texas Pate Assn, Houston 5S6 

FROGS AND SWITCHES. 
National Iron &. Steel Co. Houston 561 
FRUITS— WHOLESALE. 

Beeville Fruit Co, Beeville 162 

Clark & Hennessy Co, Galveston.. 464 
Aldrich Commission Co, Hilliborc. 520 

Desel-Boettcher Co, Houston 553 

Jeffords-Schoerimanu Produce & 

Brokerage Co, Houston 556 

Myers S Produce Co. Houston 561 

Martinez R M, Laredo 653 

Mav-Thomas Co (Inc), Wichita 

Falls 929 

FURNACE MNFRS. 
Moncrief Furnace & Mnfg Co, 

Dallas 275 

Ruhmann G E, Schulenburg S25 

FURNACES. 

Stillson George A, San Antonio 779 

FURNITURE MNFRS. 

Hub Furniture Co, Fort Woi th 40S 

Rodgers-Wade Furniture Co, Paris 729 

Schulze Bros Mnfg Co, San Antonio 7SS 

FURNITURE rOIJSH MNFRS. 

Dallas Compound Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 308 
FURNITURE REPAIRERS. 

Champion M C, Houston 571 

FURNITURE— STEEL: 

Safe-Cabinet Co The, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 



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Overcash L J & Co, Houston 5S0 

FURNITURE— WHOLESALE. 

Rodgers-Wade Furniture Co, Paris 729 

GAS LIGHT PLANTS. 

Patterson Acetylene Light Co, 

Waco S93 

GAS AND GASOLINE ENGINES. 
Parlin &. Orendorff: Implement Co. 

Dallas, .back cover and right top lines 
Gainer Crescent Co, Fort Worth. . . 414 
Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co, 

Houston 539 

San Antonio Machine & Supply 

Co, San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 

GASOLINE. 

Lone Star Oil Co, Houston 558 

GENERAL STORES. 

Garrett J II, Athens 121 

Guse G E, Bastrop 147 

Carrizo Springs Mercantile Co, 

Carrizo Springs . . . .■ IPS 

Farmers' Mercantile Co, Center 

Point 201 

Phillips J C Co. Iredell 632 

Carson A M, Willis 933 

GIN OLTTFITS. 
Hummus Cotton Gin Sales Co, 

Dallas, .left top corner cards and 289 

GIN SUPPLIES. 
San Antonio Machine & Supply Co, 

San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 
GLASS. 
Federal Plate Glass Co, Dallas... 275 

Pratt Paint & Paper Co, Dallas 29C 

P.rown-Fitzpatrick Co, Houston... 

left bottom lines and 532 

Randolph Paint Co, Houston 5S1 

GRADING CONTRACTORS. 
Whitworth Construction Co, Fort 

Worth 405 

Chambers A M, Houston 571 

Hipp W S, Houston 536 

Texas Grading Co, Houston 585 

Winkler C F, Houston 589 

GRADING MACHINES. 

Foley C H, Sherman S31 

GRAIN DEALERS. 

Central Brokerage Co, San Antonio 779 

Clark-Lynn Grain Co, Texaikana.. S02 

GRAIN — WHOLESALE. 

Greer H C, Austin 12S 

Ogdcn W B, Austin 12S 

Dixon E S & Co, Houston 

rignt bottom lines at'.d 546 

Reader Grain Co, Houston 562 

Rogers J E. Houston 

right bottom lines and 582 

Laredo Poller Mills, Laredo 652 

Collin County Grain Co, McKinney 675 

GREENHOUSES. 
McKinney Nursery Co, Dallas.... 

left side lines, 274 and 1073 
GROCERS' SUNDRIES. 
May-Thomas Co (Inc), Wichita 

Falls , 929 

GROCERS— WHOLESALE. 

Blair «- Hughes Co, Dallas 

left side lines, 276 and 928 

Cross T L, Galveston 464 

Nicolini £ Vaiani, Galveston 469 

Waldrep W P <t Co. Gonzales 497 

Keller Thco Co. Houston 557 

Schmidt & Madigau Grocery Co, 

Houston 564 

Sanies, Moore & Co, Laredo 654 

Viilegaa L .<• Co. Laredo C57 

Blair Ai Hughes Co, Wichita Falls 

left side lines, 276 and 928 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 

Page 

Kings Daughters Hospital, Temple S56 

Temple Sanitarium, Temple 857 

HOTELS. 

Central Hotel, Alba 105 

Cottage Hotel, Bartlett 146 

New Guse Hotel. Bastrop 147 

Westbrook Hotel. Belton 166 

Fox Hotel, Big Sandy 16S 

Burke House, Blossom 172 

Hotel Lamar, Blossom 172 

Queen Hotel, Brady 178 

Hotel Southern, Brazoria 179 

Hotel Bryan. Bryan 1S9 

Hotel Dimmit, Carrizo Springs. . . . 19S 

New Hoi el Raymond, Cleburne. . . . 211 

Bidwell Hotel, Corpus Christi 224 

Nueces Hotel, Corpus Christi 224 

State Hotel, Corpus Christi 224 

Widener Hotel, Cotulla 236 

Commercial Hotel. Dalhart 242 

Adolphus The, Dallas 277 

Hotel Main, Dallas 27S 

Hotel Magnolia, Dallas 27S 

Hotel Roval, Dallas : 27S 

Hotel Waldorf, Dallas 27S 

New Terminal Hotel, Dallas 27S 

Park Hotel, Dallas 278 

Wright Hotel, Dayton 351 

Dobkins House, Del Rio 353 

Pranks Hotel, Del Rio 353 

Turner Hotel, Del Rio 354 

Park Hotel, Denison 357 

Dolch Hotel, Eagle Pass 370 

Hotel Galvez, Galveston 460 

New Bennett Hotel, Gatesville 4S9 

Perkins Hotel, Giddings 492 

Beckham Hotel, Greenville 502 

Edgewood The and Cottages, 

Greenwich, Conn 1132 

Miseners Commercial House, Ham- 
ilton 509 

ACT Hotel, Hempstead 514 

Armstrong Hotel, Hondo 523 

Brazos Hotel, Houston hack cover 

De George Hotel, Houston 573 

Hotel Bender, Houston 

left side lines and 53S 
Houston Hot Well Sanitarium and 

Hotel, Houston 533 

New Bristol Hotel. Houston ' 570 

Rice Hotel, Houston 

right top lines and 540 

Barr Hotel, Killeen 643 

Hotel Hudson, Killeen 643 

Krum Hotel, Krum 647 

Slaughter Hotel, Laredo 658 

Meridian Cottage Hotel, Meridian. 691 

Ferguson House, Mineola 698 

Crazy Well Hotel, Mineral Wells.. 699 

Cormany Hotel. Moody 70 

Hotel Morris, Mt Pleasant 705 

Cosmouolitan Hotel, New 

Orleans. La 1133 

Hotel De Soto, New Orleans, La.. 1131 

St Charles The, New Orleans, La. . 1132 
Lee-Huckins Hotel, Oklahoma City, 

Okla 861 

Cottage Hotel, Rogers 759 

Rogers Hotel, Rogers 700 

Mitchell House, Sabinal 76 

Crockett Hotel, San Antonio 780 

Gunter Hotel, San Antonio 782 

St Anthony Hotel, San Antonio.. 

left top lines and 781 

Depot Hotel, Sansom 82,1 

Central Hotel, Taylor 852 

Murphy Hotel, Taylor ". 853 

Huckins House, Texarkana, Ark.. 861 

Smith Hotel, Troup 874 

Stevenson Hotel, Uvalde 883 

Hotel Vernon, Vernon 886 

Opera House Hotel, Victoria 889 

Adams Hotel, Waco 

back cover, right top corner 

cards and 897 



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Pa B e 

Exchange Hotel, Waco 

back cover, right top corner 

cards and 897 

Hotel Waco, Waco 

back cover, right top corner 

cards and 897 

Savoy The, Waco 898 

West Hotel, West 921 

Hotel Brickleador. Whitewright... 923 

Westland Hotel, Wichita Falls 

right side lines and 929 
HOUSE CLEANERS. 

Perkins Tom, Wichita Falls 92S 

HOUSE FURNISHINGS. 

Sanger Bros, Waco 895 

HOUSE COVERS AXD RAISERS. 

Hansen C, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 279 

Schwab Fred & Sons, Galveston. . 471 
ICE BOX MNFRS. 

McGregor J G Mnfg Co, Dallas 305 

Bulge Mnfg Co, Houston 

left bottom lines and 570 
ICE CREAM MNFRS. 

Donnell Creamery Co, Belton 165 

Shaw Bros Creamery Co, Fort 

Worth 408 

ICE MNFRS. 
Arlington Light. Power, Ice & Wa- 
ter Co, Arlington 117 

Columbia Mnfg Co, Dallas 264 

ICELESS REFRIGERATORS— MNFRS. 

Walkup Bros, Waco 901 

ILLUSTRATORS. 

Star Engraving Co, Houston 

left top corner cards 
INCUBATORS. 

Martin C J & Sons, Austin 124 

Moers Seed Co. Houston 544 

Reichardt & Schulte Co, Houston. 5S1 

INSURANCE AGENTS. 

Bustin Chas N Land Co, Austin.. 131 

Smith C O, Austin • . 131 

Smith & Fulmore, Austin 131 

Chase J A, Beeville 1 62 

Clayton B F & Co, Cleburne 209 

Vickers & Hoffman, Cleburne 212 

Lee & Lee, Dallas 

backbone, left top lines and 282 

Lynch W R. Dallas 299 

Murphy Mike, Dallas 

right side lines and 2s3 

Shane G R, Denison 200 

Grimes Jack, El Canipo 374 

Arden W D, Ennis 391 

Martin K T & Co, Fort Worth 412 

Hiegel & Ryan, Galveston 467 

Upshur County Real Estate & De- 
velopment Co, Gilmer 493 

Walker J B, Granger 501 

Breedlove W D, Higgins 519 

Shepherd E D, Houston 582 

Daniel J M Company, Laredo 652 

MacMahon P J, Laredo 657 

Minis W H & Co, Laredo 654 

Puck A E, McKinney 675 

Lyons Joe, Martin 6S1 

Bass R W, Mart 685 

Mizell & Thomas, Mart 686 

Bounds R I, Meridian 691 

Robertson <fc Son. Miami 694 

Gruhe August Co, Muenster 7uG 

McClelland C E, Plainview 740 

Moses George D. San Antonio.... 787 

Schulz E A. San Antonio 

left top lines and 783 
Sullivan W C Investment Co, San 

Antonio 787 

Gulick & Hall, Sherman 8.32 

McAfee ..t Fatherly, Sherman 832 

National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co, Waco 

right bottom lines and 899 



GROCERS— RETAIL. 

Layton John, Athens 121 

Cook Grocery Co, Putnam 748 

GUM MNFRS— CHEWING. 
Texas Gum Co, Temple, front edge, 

left top lines, 997 and opp 85S 
GUN AND LOCKSMITHS. 
Clark J C, San Angelo 768 

GUNS AND AMMUNITION. 

Cullum & Boren Co, Dallas 306 

Ott Charles, Dallas 306 

Bering-Cortes Hardware Co, Hous- 
ton 550 

HAIR GOODS AND DRESSERS. 
Bradley Hair Emporium, Fort 
Worth 1121 

HARDWARE— WHOLESALE. 

Blum Hardware Co, Galveston.... 

back, bone and 455 

Galveston Hardware Co, Galveston 45S 

D^utz A <fe Brother. Laredo 652 

HARDWARE, STOVES AND TINWARE. 

Tips Walter Co, Austin 12S 

Marahle F F Hardware Co, Clarks- 

ville '. 208 

Kauady S W, Denton 362 

Bering-Cortes Hardware Co, Hous- 
ton 550 

Netzer Joseph, Laredo 654 

Littell Tod, Palacios 723 

Bond John H, San Antonio 787 

Western Hardware Co, Stamford 843 

HARDWOOD FLOORS. 

Houston Hardwood Floor Co, Hous- 
ton 577 

HARNESSMAKERS. 

Meserole J G, Fort Worth 401 

Wheeler J Q & Son, Kerrville. . . . 043 

Yakel Henry, Marshall 6S5 

Varga Alex, San Antonio 1127 

HATS, CAPS AND GLOVES — WHOLE- 
SALE. 

Graham Hat Co, Houston 575 

HAY PRESSERS. 
Parlin &. Orendcrff Implement Co, 
Dallas, back cover and right top lines 

HAY — WHOLESALE. 

Greer H C, Austin 1 

Ogden W B, Austin 128 

Dixon E S & Co, Houston 

right bottom lines and 546 

Reader Grain Co, Houston 562 

Rogers J E, Houston 

right bottom lines and 582 

Collin County Grain Co, McKinney 67; 

Sisson Bros, Palacios 72; 

HEATING DEVICES. 
Brown-Woods Electric Co, Houston 

left side lines and 552 

HEATING' AND VENTILATING. 
Moncrief Furnace &. Mnfg Co, Dal- . 

las 275 

Monlrief &. Manchester, Fort 

Worth 1129 

HEAVY HARDWARE. 

Blum Hardware Co, Galveston. . . . 

backbone and 455 

HEAVY HAULING. 

Wiley & Nicholls Co The, Galves- 
ton 473 

Whaley S E, Houston 588 

HIDES. PELTS AND FURS. 

Rainier S D, Llano 664 

HORSES AND MULES. 

Fleming J O, Houston 577 

Caston H R, Whitewright 924 

HOSPITALS. 
Becton's Joe Hospital, Greenville 503 
Physicians' & Surgeons' Hospital, 

Greenville 503 

Baptist Sanitarium & Hospital, 

Houston 568 



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Bird J L, Walnut Springs 914 

Massey C F, Walnut Springs 914 

INSURANCE COMPANIES. 

Austin Fire Insurance Co, Dallas. . 

left side lines and 283 

Commonwealth Fire Insurance Co, 
Dallas left side lines and 2S4 

Fidelity & Deposit Co of Maryland, 
Dallas right side lines and 283 

International Fire Insurance Co, 
Dallas left side lines and 285 

National Life Insurance Co of U S 

A, Dallas 

left side lines and 285 

Praetorians The, Dallas 

left side lines and 284 

Progressive Relief Assn, Dallas. . . 

left top corner cards and 280 

Southland Life Insurance Co, 

Dallas left side lines and 2S1 

State Life Insurance Co of Indian- 
apolis, Dallas 286 

Union Central Life Insurance Co, 

Dallas 

backbone, left top lines and 282 

American Home Life Insurance Co, 
Fort Worth.. right top lines and 409 

Commonwealth Bonding & Casual- 
ty Insurance Co, Fort Worth. . . . 

front cover, left top lines and 410 

Fort Worth Life Insurance Co, Fort 
Worth. . . .right bottom lines and 412 

Home Mutual Hail Insurance Co, 
Fcrt Worth 412 

Texas Mutual Hail Insurance Co 
Fort Worth 412 

Great Southern Life Insurance Co 
Houston 534 

Guarantee Life Insurance Co, 

Houston 535 

Union Central Life Insurance Co, 
Houston 582 

Jefferson Standard Life Insurance 

Co, San Antonio 

left top lines and 

San Antonio Life Insurance Co. 
San Antonio, .right top lines and 

Ginners Mutual of Texas, Tyler. . . 

Texas Commercial Union The, Ty- 
ler left bottom lines and 

Texas Fire Insurance Assn, Tyler. 

INVESTMENTS. 

Miller Will A & Sons, Amarillo... 

Thompson & Orchard. Austin 132 

Southern Land Exchange, Colum- 
bus 217 

Gibson & Peck, Corsicana 230 

Leonard Wade B, Dallas 

back cover and 308 
Upshur County Real Estate & De- 
velopment Co, Gilmer 493 

Bender's Exchange, Houston 568 

Cockburn & Williams, Houston. . . 572 
Commercial Investment Co, 

Houston 533 

Connable F A, Houston 533 

McFarland R F, Houston 559 

Sterling R S & Co, Houston 564 

Watson Land & Loan Co, Pecos. . . 

left bottom lines 
Manlove W C & Co, San Antonio. 

left side lines and 789 
Waco Securities Co The, Waco... 

right side iines and 894 
IRRIGATED LANDS. 
Edwards-McDonald Investment Co, 

Hereford 517 

Walker & Perkins, Hereford 517 

JEWELERS. 

Starcke's Drug & Jewelry Store, 

Big Sandy 1C8 

Ulery F S & Son, Eagle Lake 370 

Salzmann N, Galveston 470 

Shaw M W & Sons, Galveston 

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Pittman W D, Mexia 693 

Noble & Gustafson, Round Rock.. 762 

Bussey J B & F R, Timpson 871 

JEWELERS — MXFG. 

Haenelt R R, Houston 575 

JEWELERS SUPPLIES. 

Sims-Frey Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 287 
JUNK. 

Baum Junk Co, Austin 129 

Grayson Iron & Metal Co, Denison 35S 

City Junk Co, Fort Worth 1153 

Applebaum J, Marshall 682 

Lipshitz Smelting & Refining 

Works, Waco 901 

Wichita Falls Bottle & Junk, 

Wichita Falls 929 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 

Walker J B, Granger 501 

KEY CHECK MNFRS. 
Reddell & Roberts, Cleburne.-. 212 

KODAK FINISHING. 

Bockelman Fred, Dallas 287 

KODAKS AND SUPPLIES. 

Maurer J M, Galveston 46S 

Houston Optical Co, Houston 555 

San Antonio Camera Exchange, 

San Antonio 7S5 

LABORATORIES. 

Fort Worth Laboratories. Fort 
Worth right top lines and 994 

LANDS. 

Bustin Chas N Land Co, Austin. . . 131 

Thompson & Orchard, Austin 132 

Ives C M, Beaumont 152 

Texas Realty Co, Beaumont 152 

Wallace W M, Cooper 

right bottom lines and 

Colquitts The, Dallas 298 

Leonard Wade B Realty Co, Dallas 
back cover and 

Lynch W R, Dallas 299 

Shannon J B, Dallas 298 

Texas Business Bureau & Realty 

Co, Dallas 299 

Allen G T Realty Co, Fort Worth 417 
Turner Gaines B Land Co, Fort 

Worth 

right and left bottom lines and 417 
Texas Land & Loan Co, Galveston 461 
Edwards-McDonald Investment Co, 

Hereford 517 

Walker & Perkins, Hereford 517 

Cypress Park Land Co, Houston.. 533 

Koch Theo F & Co, Houston 589 

McFarland R F, Houston 559 

Richey John & Co, Houston 

left top corner cards and 

Texas Land & Colony Co, Houston 

Kosse Real Estate & Development 

Co, Kosse. . .right side lines and 

Watson Land & Loan Co, Pecos. . . 

left bottom lines 
Pepper J E Land Co, Plainview. . . 740 
Shallow Water Land Co, Plainview 741 
Compton-Patterson Co, San An- 
tonio 

Crow & Lightfoot, San Antonio... 

Kowler Bros Land Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 

Howard Phil C, San Antonio 

left bottom lines and 

Hyman Harry, San Anlonlo 

left side lines and 

Traders' Exchange, San Antonio.. 

right side lines and 

Caldwell & Caldwell, Sherman.... 

Geren J P. Sherman 832 

Russell Wm J S, Sherman 832 

Garmon J J, Toagnc 

right bottom lines and S54 

Kistler F E, Toyah left top lines 

Dancer-Gamol Land Co, Waco.... 893 



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Savoy Land Co, Waco 898 

Monroe Bros, Wichita Falls 

left side lines and 930 
LAUNDRIES. 
Rex Steam Laundry Co, Galveston 463 
Burkhart's Laundry & Dye Works, 

Houston 571 

Eureka Laundry, Houston 574 

Ineeda Laundry & Dye Works. 

Houston right side lines and 556 

Model Laundry Co, Houston 560 

Lampasas Steam Laundry. Lam- 
pasas 650 

Laredo Steam Laundry, Laredo... 657 
McKinney Steam Laundry Co, Mc- 

Kinney 676 

Mexia Laundry Co, Mexia 693 

Belcher Steam Laundry, Palestine 723 
LAWYERS. 

Campbell W W, Alba 1160 

Jackson J S, Alvin 109 

Yost & Busby, Amarillo 113 

Sanders, King & Youngblood, Ar- • 

lington 1162 

Cox John R, Austin 1160 

Peeler J L, Austin 1160 

Ramsey W F, Austin 1160 

Rector & Green, Austin 1161 

Rylee John E, Austin 1161 

Jackson & Jackson, Baird 143 

Dycus A W, Beaumont 1161 

Cox & Cox, Beeville 163 

Crisp J C, Beeville 16:< 

McMahon & Evett, Belton 166 

Saunders & Saunders, Belton 166 

Tyler, Hubbard .t Tyler, Belton.. 166 

Hughes S W & Co, Brady 17^ 

Newman F M, Brady 173 

French J H jr. Daingerfield 242 

Burgess, Burgess, Chrestman & 

Brundidge. Dallas 1161 

Etheridge, McCormick & Broui- 

berg, Dallas 1162 

Fleming J E, Dallas 1162 

Meador & Davis, Dallas 1162 

Morrison N P, Dallas 287 

Sanders, King & Youngblood, Dal- 
las 1162 

Saner & Saner, Dallas 1163 

Spellman J M, Dallas 

front cover and 297 

Spellman & Murray, Dallas 

front cover and 
Templeton, Beall &. Williams, Dal- 
las 

Watkins Royall R, Dallas 

Jones W K, Del Rio 

Alexander, Power & Ridgway, Fort 

Worth 1163 

Baskin, Dodge & Eastus, Fort 

Worth 1164 

Chapman, Beckham & Cooper, Fort 

Worth 1164 

Dedmon & Potter, Fort Worth 1164 

Jackson A L, Fort Worth 1246 

Kinche C R, Fort Worth 1164 

Lattimore, Cummings, Dojle & 

Bouldin, Fort Worth 1165 

Lipscomb G R. Fort Worth 1165 

McGown, Murphy & McGown, Fort 

Worth 1165 

Massie C W. Fort Worth 1165 

Mayer Max K, Fort Worth 1167 

Sawyers Wm H, Fort Worth 1166 

Simpson Marvin B, Fort Worth... 1166 

Templeton C M, Fort Worth 1166 

Thompson & Barwise, Fort Worth 1166 

Whiteside J Ado, Fort Worth 1167 

Wilkinson W W. Fort Worth 1167 

Wray .John W. Fort Worth H h T 

Schirmer Theodore, Galveston.... 1167 
Stewart Maeo and Minor, Galves- 
ton *57 

Bell & Brown, Gatesvillc 489 

Moore K F, Gatesville 4S'.t 



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Strickland E A, Georgetown 491 

Briggs M B, Gilmer. 110S 

Thompson & Manning, Greenville 116S 

Strong & Arnold, Henderson 116S 

Varnell J D, Holland 523 

Clark V M, Houston 116S 

Cobb John M, Houston 11C9 

Gill, Jones & Tyler, Houston 1170 

Haralson E M, Houston 1169 

Harvey P, Houston 1109 

Kottwitz L A, Houston 533 

Lewis Thomas B, Houston 1169 

Niday James E, Houston 1170 

Rowe & Doughty, Houston 1170 

Wharton Earl, Houston 1170 

Taylor R R, Jefferson 1171 

Martin G M, Jourdanton 63S 

Johnson F J, Llano.". 6C4 

Oatman Wilburn, Llano 66-1 

Hanson H H, Longview 66S 

Dillard & Word, Meridian 691 

Wolf Samuel, New Orleans, La. . . . 1175 

Crawford A R, Normangee 715 

Rose J E, Palestine 1171 

Allen Noah, San Antonio 1171 

Bullitt Alex C, San Antonio 1171 

Cline Henry Ben, San Antonio. . . .• 1172 
Dwyer &. Dwyer, San Antonio.... 1172 

Harris C C, San Antonio 1172 

Houston, Boyle & Storey, San 

Antonio 1172 

Huntress & Keller, San Antonio. . . 1173 
Newton & Newton, San Antonio. . . 1173 
Robertson Perry S. San Antonio. . . 1173 
Terrell, Walthall & Terrell, San 

Antouio 1173 

Woodhnl] T Frost, San Antonio. . . 1174 

Lotto Frank, San Diego S19 

Brown O 'I', San Marcos 820 

Fulton, Faver & Allison, San Saba. 822 

Walker & Burleson, ban Saba 823 

Walters G A, San Saba 823 

Fischer E E, Seguin. 1174 

Creager A Y Co, Sherman 831 

Smith Robert E, Sherman 832 

Keasler R B, Sulphur Springs 847 

Glass, Estes & Burford. Texarkana 1174 

McCarver E S, Texas City 869 

Bogard J R, Timpson 1174 

McDonald James. Victoria 889 

Dilworth Tom G, Waco 893 

Kingsbury Russell H, Waco 900 

Surratt Marshall, Waco 910 

Adams W F, Yoakum 938 

LIGHTING FIXTURES. 
Brown-Woods Electric Co, Houston 

left side lines and 552 
LIMK, PLASTER AND CEMENT. 
Dallas Builders' Supply Co, Dallas 

. right top lines, 265 and 985 

Moore & Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 262 
LINOTYPE COMPOSITION. 
Miller & Orem Typsetting Co, 

Houston left side lines and 579 

LIQUOR HABIT CURLS. 

Neal Institute, Dallas 

right side lines, 301 and 1184 
Normyl Temperance Assn, Hous- 
ton 5S0 

Purdy Home The, Houston 580 

LITHOGRAPHERS. 
ExlineReiniers Co The (Inc), Dal- 
las and Fort Worth 

front cover and opp 428 

Rein & Sons Co, Houston 

opp back paster 
LIVE STOCK BREEDERS— GOATS. 

Collins & Weaver, Uvalde 1191 

LIVE STOCK BREEDERS. — HORSF.f 

Buck A E, McKinney 6 

LIVE STOCK COMMISSION. 

Daggett John P Live Stock Com- 
mission Co, Fort Worth 413 



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Lee Live- Stock Commission Co, 

Fort Worth 

left bottom lines and 413 
Rhome-Farmer Live Stock Com- 
mission Co. Fort Worth 414 

Vanderpool Win & Co, Galveston. . 472 

LIVE STOCK DEALERS. 

Kistler F E, Toyah left top lines 

LIVE STOCK REMEDIES. 

Bourland Jim, Houston 569 

LIVERY. SALE AND BOARDING 

STABLES. 

Crawford J A, Bav City 349 

Keller A W, Brady 178 

White I L, Carrizo Springs 19S 

Grossman W H, Galveston 464 

Malloy F P & Son. Galveston 459 

Palace Livery. Galveston 460 

Elps W M, Gatesville 4S9 

Brown J B, Hillshoro 520 

Houston Livery Stable, Houston. . 577 

Coins Win, Jourdanton 63S 

Sabinal Livery Stable. Sabinal.... 705 

Urquhart W B. San Saba 822 

Star Livery Barn, Toyah 873 

LOANS. 

Bustin Chas N Land Co, Austin.. 131 

Smith <S_- Fulmore. Austin 131 

Evans Will H <fc Co, Bonham 174 

Fountain Bros. Bryan 189 

Ewing J H & Co. Cleburne 210 

Vickers <Sr Hoffman, Cleburne.... 212 
Southern Land Exchange, Colum- 
bus 217 

De Witt County Abstract Co, Cuero 240 
Commonwealth Securities Loan Co, 

Dallas 287 

Shannon J B, Dallas 299 

Denton Trust Co, Denton 361 

Lipscomb L D, Fort Worth 41 S 

Shropshire & Co. Fort Worth 418 

Smith C L, Fort Worth 

right bottom lines 

Allen O Co The, Gainesville 452 

Hays Land Co, Gainesville 453 

Texas Land <fc Loan Co, Galveston 461 

Suggs fc Jones. Hereford 510 

Breedlove W D, Higgins 519 

Tarlton-Dunlap Co, Hillshoro 522 

Bender's Exchange, Houston 508 

Cockburn & Williams, Houston... 572 
Commercial Investment Co, 

Houston 533 

McFarland R F, Houston 559 

Bosque County Land <fc Abstract 

Co, Meridian 690 

Bounds R I, Meridian 691 

Robertson <fc Son, Miami 694 

Grube August Co, Muenster 706 

Watson Land & Loan Co, Pecos.. 

left bottom lines 

McClelland C E, Plaiuview 740 

Manlove W C & Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
Sullivan W C Investment Co, San 

Antonio 787 

Honeycutt J T, Valley View 8S4 

Lutz J E, Vernon 886 

Bird J L, Walnut Springs 914 

Massey C F, Walnut Springs 914 

Monroe Bros, Wichita Falls 

left side lines and 
Ll'MREi: MNFRS. 
Norris W H Lumber Co, Houston. 

LUMBER — WHOLESALE. 
McMurry Lumber Co, Houston.... 
Norris W II Lumber Co, Houston. . 
LUMBER— RETAIL. 

Cisco Lumber Co, Cisco 205 

Rockwell Bros fc Co, Colorado 216 

Doke F L Lumber Co. Oorsicana.. 230 
Whiteselle Brick & Lumber Co, 

Corsicana 983 



P&ee 
Dallas Builders' Supply Co, Dallas ■>& 

right top lines, 205 and-'&XS 

Leith Lumber Co, Galveston 468 

Aldrich Commission Co, Hillshoro. 520 

Gerner Lumber Co, Houston 554 

McMurry Lumber Co. Houston. . . . 579 
Lorena Lumber & Hardware Co, 

Lorena 669 

MACARONI MNFRS. 
Magnolia Macaroni Mnfg Co, Hous- 
ton 



930 



540 



579 
546 



MACHINERY. 

Dixon Mnfg Co, Austin 

Tips Walter Co, Austin 

S H Supply Co, Beaumont 

American Machine Co, Dallas 

Brigns-Weaver Machinery Co, Dal- 
las 

Hart Cotton Machine Co, Dallas 
left top corner cards and 

Lummus Cotton Gin Sales Co, Dal- 
las.... left top corner cards and 

Murray Co The, Dallas 

left side lines and 

Smith & Whitney. Dallas 

Western Wheeled Scraper Co, Dal- 
las 

Carrieo B J, Fort Worth 

left bottom lines and 

Calhoun Pattern, Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co. Houston 

Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co. 
Houston 

Union Iron Works, Houston 

M ACH INES— M IX E I ) FEED. 

Dixon E S & Co, Houston 

right bottom lines and 

MACHINISTS. 

Dixon Mnfg Co. Austin 

Beaumont Iron Works Co, Beau- 
mont 

Mosher Mnfg Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 

Texas Foundry & Machine Co, Dal- 
las 

Electra Machine & Supply Co, 
Electra 

Fort Worth Mechanical Co, Fort 
Worth 

Fort Worth Welding Co, Fort 
Worth 

Gamer Crescent Co, Fort Worth.. 

Voight Machine Shop The, Galves- 
ton 

Monarch Foundry & Machine Co, 
Hillshoro 

Calhoun Pattern, Foundry & Ma 
chine Co, Houston 

Houston Car-Wheel &; Machine Co, 
Houston 

Suhm C J, Houston 

Union Iron Works, Houston 

Werner-Mitchell Machine Works, 
Houston 

Laredo Iron Works, Laredo 

San Angelo Foundry & Machine 
Co, San Angelo 

Alamo Iron Works, San Antonio. . 

San Antonio Machine & Supply Co, 

San Antonio 

front cover and left top 

Southern Wedding & Machine Co, 
San Antonio 



559 

329 

128 
152 
272 

291 

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Dallas Mailing Co, Dallas 250 

JMcBride Stenographic Studio, Dal- 
las 251 

MANTELS. GRATES AND TILES. 
Western Marble & Tile Co, Dallas 261 
Houston Mantel & Tile Co, Hous- 
ton 577 

Wichita Marble and Granite Works, 

Wichita Falls 929 

MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS. 

Greenwood Hardy, Dallas 292 

Nichols S W, Dallas 314 

Shaw Arthur W Co, Dallas 292 

York & Stewart, Dallas 350 

Carrico B J, Fort Worth 

left bottom linss and 404 

Boone Jno B & Co, Galveston 458 

Murphy J N, Houston 560 

Overcash L J & Co, Houston 580 

Walcott F B, Houston 

right bottom lines and 5S7 

Garcia J J {• Co, Laredo 656 

Hammer S W, Mart 686 

Central Brokerage Co, San Antonio 779 
MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKS. 

Martin F W, Brenham 181 

Nagel Bros Monumental Works, 

Fredericksburg 447 

Bergin G A, Sulphur Springs 847 

Wichita Marble & Granite Works, 

Wichita Falls 929 

MARINE SURVEYORS. 

Goudge E, Galveston 466 

MASSAGE. 
Bradlev Hair Emporium, Fort 

Worth 1121 

Grogan Wells & Boone Institute of 

Massage, Sweetwater 849 

MATTRESS MNFRS. 

Hub Furniture Co, Fort Worth 40S 

Champion M C. Houston 571 

Welander A. Houston 587 

Rodgers-Wade Furniture Co, Paris 729 

White Mattress Co, Tyler 878 

Yoakum Mattress Factory, Yoakum 939 

MEDICINE MNFRS. 
Buchanan's 'Medicine Co, Dallas.. . 292 

Wofford I B, Del Rio 986 

Fort Worth Viavi Co, Fort Worth 420 
Grapevine Pharmacal Co, Grape- 
vine 1214 

MEMORIAL TABLETS. 

Southern Brass Mfg & Plating Co, 

Houston. .. .right side lines and 584 

MEMORIALS. 

Worth Monumental Co, Fort Worth •' ! : 

MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS 

Sanger Bros, Waco 895 

MERCANTILE AGENCIES. 
Credit & Claims Co The, Dallas. . . 

right side lines and 29 

Dun R G & Co, Dallas 

bottom edge and left top lines 
Southland Mercantile Agency, Dal- 
las 293 

Retail Merchants' Assn, Gaines- 
ville 451 

METAL PRESERVER MNPRS. 

Waco Mnfg Co, Waco 

left top corner cards and 902 
METAL PRODUCTS. 

Llpsitz Philip Co, Dallas 263 

METAL SCREEN MNFRS. 
Pinkham Metal Screen Co, Tex- 

arkana 862 

MILL SUPPLIES. 

Tips Walter Co, Austin 128 

Brigfis-Weaver Machinery Co, Dal- 
las 291 

Blum Hardware Co, Galveston.... 

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Girteu-Bowman Supplv Co, Hous- 
ton 555 

Houston Belting & Supply Co, 

Houston 576 

Union Iron Works. Houston 586 

San Antonio Machine & Supply Co, 

San Antonio 

front cover and left top lines 
MILLINERY. 

Hart & Dellis, Athens 121 

MINERAL WATERS. 
Weatherly Mineral Wells, Garrison 487 
St Mary's Mineral Wells, Halletts- 

ville 509 

Tioga Sanitarium & Water Co, 

Tiogo 871 

MIRROR MNFRS. 
Fort Worth Art Glass Co. Fort 

Worth 401 

Southwestern Art Glass & Mirror 

Works, Fort Worth 401 

Brosius G G & Son, Houston 570 

Houston Show Case &. Mfg Co, 

Houston, .right bottom lines and 

MIXING MACHINES— FEED. 

Dixon E S & Co, Houston 

right bottom lines and 
MODELLERS. 

Cortes Fred & Son, Houston 

MONUMENTS. 

Osgood Monument Co, Amarillo... 
Martin F W, Brenham 

Worth Monumental Co, Fort Worth 
Nagel Bros Monumental Works, 

Fredericksburg 447 

Bergin G A, Sulphur Springs 847 

Wichita Marble & Granite Works, 

Wichita Falls 929 

MORPHINE HABIT CURE. 

Neal Institute, Dallas 

right side lines and 301 
MORTGAGE LOANS. 

Evans-Truax Co, Dallas 

left side lines, 259 and 
United States Bond & Mortgage 
Co, Dallas 



542 



546 
589 

112 
181 

415 



258 

Creager A Y Co, Sherman 831 

893 



899 



405 



Dancer Ben F & Co, Waco 
National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co. Waco 

right bottom lines and 
MOSAIC TILE. 

Steele C A & Co, Fort Worth 

Texas Mosaic Tile Co, San Antonio 

MOTOR TRUCK MNFRS. 
Wichita Falls Motor Co, Wichita 

Falis left side lines and 

MOTORCYCLES. 

Westley Pete, Fort Worth 1220 

Beardsley G W, Houston 550 

MULTIGRAPHING. 
Dallas Advertising & Mulugraph- 

ing Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 

Dallas Mailing Co, Dallas 

McBride Stenograghic Studio, Dal- 
las 

Shane G R, Denison 

Toy Bros Letter & Advertising Co, 

Fort Worth 1 

Glasscock Oflice Supply Co, Galves- 
ton 466 

Lassetter & Wagner, San Antonio. 771 
MUSIC TEACHERS. 

Agar F C, Fort Worth 3 22 1 

MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE, 
Dallas Phonograph Co, Dallas.... 541 
Weaver W L Piano Co, Dallas. 

left top corner cards and ! 
Henderson Piano Co, Fort Worth. 

right top lines and 416 



927 



251 

250 



251 
360 



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Texas-Oklahoma Phonograph Co, 

Fort Worth 541 

Houston Phonograph Co, Houston 541 

Lovett Music Co, Roby 757 

NEWS AGENCIES. 

Linn News Co, Beaumont 158 

NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING AGENTS. 
Publicity Specialists The, San 

Antonio 

right top corner cards, 5 and 771 
NEWSPAPER OUTFITS. 

National Teletype Co, Galveston. . 456 
NEWSPAPERS. 

Alba News, Alba 104 

Alvin Sun. Alvin 108 

Amarillo Daily News, Amarillo... 109 

Daily Panhandle, Amarillo 110 

Aransas Pass Progress, Aransas 

Pass 116 

Citizens Journal, Atlanta 122 

Aubrey Herald, Aubrey 122 

Austin Statesman, Austin 129 

Firm Foundation, Austin 

left top corner cards and 130 

Banner-Ledger The, Ballinger 144 

Matagorda County News and Mid- 
coast Farmer, Bay City 149 

Beaumont Enterprise, Beaumont.. 151 

Bishop News, Bishop 170 

Bonham News, Bonham 174 

Brenham Daily and Weekly Ban- 
ner, Brenham ISO 

Texas VolKsbote, Brenham 181 

Daily Bulletin, Brownwood 1S7 

Weekly Banner-Bulletiu, Brown- 
wood 187 

National Real Estate Journal, 

Chicago, 111 

right top, right bottom and left 

top lines, 474 and 59 1 " 1 

Democrat-Voice The, Coleman .... 214 
Comanche Chief-Exponent, 

Comanche 21S 

Corpus Christi Caller and Daily 

Herald, Corpus Christi 226 

De Kalb Enterprise, De Kalb 352 

Denton County Democrat, Denton. 361 

Record & Chronicle, Denton 362 

Rains County Leader, Emory 391 

Gainesville Register, Gainesville. . 452 
Jackson County Independent, 

Ganado 4S6 

Gladewater Gazette, Gladewater. . 493 

Goldthwaite Rustler, Goldthwaite.. 495 

Gonzales Inquirer, Gonzales 490 

Greenville Morning Herald, 

Greenville 504 

Obzor, Hallettsville 508 

Semi-Weekly New Era, Halletts- 
ville 508 

Hamilton Herald. Hamilton 509 

Hamilton Record, Hamilton 509 

Holland Progress, Holland 523 

Hondo Times, Hondo 524 

Huntsville Post-Item, Huntsville.. 630 

Daily Progress, Jacksonville 635 

Jacksonville Reformer, Jackson- 
ville 635 

Joshua Star, Joshua 637 

Atascosa Monitor, Jourdanton. . . . 638 

Kingsville Record, Kingsville 614 

La Grange Deutsche Zeitung. 

La Grange 64S 

Svoboda, La Grange 649 

Lampasas Blade. Lampasas C50 

El Progreso, Laredo 656 

Laredo Times, Laredo 658 

Llnno News, Llano §64 

Lockhart Register. Lockhart 665 

Lorena Register, Lorena. 669 

Lubbock Avalanche, Lubbock 671 

McGregor Mirror, McGregor 674 

Madisonville Meteor, Madlsonvllle. 677 

Mart Daily Enterprise, Marl 686 



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Mertens House. Mertens 692 

Midland Reporter, Midland 695 

Moulton Eagle, Moulton 704 

Naples Monitor, Naples 709 

New Braunfels Herald, New 

Braunfels 712 

Normangee Star, Normangee 715 

Overton Telegram, Overton 721 

Pearsall Leader, Pearsall 733 

Port. Lavaca Wave. Port Lavaca.. 745 

Texas Coaster. Richmond 754 

Round Rock Leader, Round Rock. 762 

Sabinal Sentinel, Sabinal 766 

Times-Herald, San Marcos ....... S21 

Schulenburg Sticker, Schulenburg. S25 
Texas Volksfreund, Schulenburg. . 825 

Seguin Enterprise, Seguin 828 

Seguiner Zeitung, Seguin S28 

Snyder Signal, Snyder S40 

Sulphur Springs Gazette, Sulphur 

Springs S4S 

Sweetwater Record, Sweetwater. . 850 

Lynn County News, Tahoka 851 

Taylor Journal, Taylor 854 

Temple Daily Telegram, Temple.. 859 

Temple Mirror, Temple 859 

Uvalde Leadei-News, Uvalde SS2 

Victoria Pact, Victoria 890 

Wharton Spectator. Wharton 923 

Winnsboro Free Press, Winnsboro 935 

Winters Enterprise, Winters 936 

NOVELTIES. 
Texas Novelty Advertising Co, 

Hillsboro 

right bottom lines and 522 
NURSERYMEN. 

Eay City Nursery Co, Bay City 148 

McKinney Nursery Co, Dallas.... 

left side lines, 274 and 1073 
Drumm Seed & Floral Co, Fort 

Worth 1073 

Dirken Floral & Nursery Co, Hous- 
ton 573 

McKinney Nursery Co, McKinney 

left side lines, 274 and 1073 
NURSES TRAINING SCHOOLS. 
Becton's Joe Hospital. Greenville 503 
Physicians' & Surgeons' Hospital, 

Greenville 503 

Baptist Sanitarium & Hospital, 

Houston 569 

King's Daughters Hospital, Temple 856 

Temple Sanitarium, Temple 857 

NUT CRACKER MNFRS. 

Perfection Nut Cracker Co, Waco 900 

OCULISTS AND AURISTS. 

Autrey A M; Houston 567 

OFFTCE FIXTURES. 
Dallar. Show Case & Mnfg Co, Dal- 
las 305 

Southwestern Show Case Works, 
Dallas., .right side lines, 304 and 1048 

Burge Mnfg Co, Houston 

left bottom lines and 570 
Houston Show Case & Mnfg Co, 
Houston, .right bottom,lines and 542 

Nelson E Mnfg Co, Waco 

right side lines and 893 
OFFICE FURNITURE — STEEL. 

Safe-Cabinet Co The, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 
OFFICE SLTPLIES. 
Firm Foundation Publishing House, 

Austin, left top coni"r cards and 130 
Exline-Reiroers Co The (tnc), Dal- 
las and Fort Worth 

front cover and opp 428 
Glasscock Office Supply Co, Gal- 
veston 466 

Dealy-Adoy-Elgin Co, Houston.... 

right side lines 

Pillot Teolin Co, Houston 

right top lines and 562 



Fagre 
OIL CAN MNFRS. 

White R Mnfg Co, Houston 58S 

OIL ENGINES. 

Carrico B J, Fort Worili 

left bottom lines and 404 
OIL MILL MACHINERY. 

Murray Co The, Dallas 

left side lines and 290 
OIL TANKS. 
Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Electra 375 

Eidelbach G S, Flatonia 

back cover and 307 
San Antonio Tank & Cooperage 

Works, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
OIL WELL MACHINERY. 
Beaumont Iron Works Co, Beau- 
mont 151 

S H Supply Co, Beaumont 152 

OIL WELL SUPPLIES. 
Girten-Bowman Supply Co, Houston 555 
Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co, 

Houston 539 

Layne <fc Bowler Co, Houston 543 

McEvoy J H & Co, Houston 558 

Southern Brass Mnfg & Plating Co, 

Houston right side lines and 584 

Union Iron Works, Houston 586 

OILS. 

Prudential Oil Co, Galveston 470 

Lone Star Oil Co. Houston 55S 

Climax Refining Co, Waco 900 

OPTICIANS. 

Salzmann N, Galveston 470 

Houston Optical Co, Houston '555 

ORNAMENTAL IRON WORK. 
Builders' Wire & Iron Works, Dal- 

as 314 

OSTEOPATHS. 

Harris M B, Amarillo Ill 

Whitworth & Palmer, Navasota.. . 710 

OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING. 
Fort Worth W elding Co, Fort 

Worth 420 

Raines Richard Co, Houston 5S0 

Texas Welding <fc Gas Compressing 

Co, Houston 586 

Tofte Sheet Iron & Boiler Works, 

Houston : . . . 3 

Universal Welding Machine Co, 

Waco 901 

OXYPATHORS. 

Southwestern Oxypathor Co, Dallas 292 

PAINT MNFRS. 

Pyro Paint Co, Galveston 469 

Texas Varnish & Specialty Works, 

Houston left top lines and 548 

PAINTERS AND DECORATORS. 

Deats J K, Galveston 405 

Boyett C E, Houston 570 

Shockley Glenn, Lockhart 6C6 

Cardenas A, San Antonio 784 

PAINTS AND OILS, ETC. 
Pratt Paint & Paper Co. Dallas... 296 
Brown-Fitzpatrick Co, Houston. . . . 

left bottom lines and 532 

Randolph Paint Co, Houston 5S1 

Hummert Fred, San Antonio 7S4 

Winn G S Paint Co, Texarkana. ... 862 

PARQUETRY FLOORS. 
Houston Hardwood Floor Co, Hous- 
ton 517 

PATENT SOLICITORS. 

Spellman & Murray, Dallas. 

front cover and 297 

Jackson A L, Fort Worth 1246 

PATENTS. 

Spellman & Murray, Dalian 

front cover and 297 
PATTERN AND MODEL MAKERS. 
Dixon Mnfg Co, Austin 129 



Dalias Model Works, Dallas 296 

Dallas Pattern £ Mnfg Co, Dallas 124G 
Fort Worth Pattern Works, Fort 

Worth right bottom lines and 415 

Calhoun Pattern, Foundry & Ma- 
chine Co, Houston 551 

Werner-Mitchell Machine Works, 

Houston 588 

PAVING CONTRACTORS. 

Klein Bros Co, Dallas 305 

Ockander Bros, Waco 895 

PEANUT FACTORIES. 

Mansfield Cotton Oil Co, Mansfield 1247 

PECANS — WHOLESALE. 

Waldrep W P & Co. Gonzales 497 

PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. 

Climax Refining Co, Waco 900 

PHONOGRAPHS. 
Texas-Oklahoma Phonograph Co, 

Worth 541 

Houston Phonograph Co, Houston 541 
PHOTOGRAPHERS. 

Browne & Browne, Dallas 298 

Bryant Studio. Fort Worth 415 

Carter's Studio, Fort Worth 415 

Maurer J M, Galveston 468 

Beach George, Houston 649 



566 
766 
785 



785 



503 



294 
416 



Van Dyck Studio, Houston. 

Sabinal Studio, Sabinal 

Archer's Art Shop. San Antonio. . . 

PHOTOGRAPHERS' SUPPLIES. 
San Antonio Camera Exchange, 

San Antonio 

PHYSICIANS. 
Cantrell C E &. Will, Greenville. . . 

Autrey A M, Houston 567 

Bridgewater K H, Houston 5C9 

Storey II E, Houston 584 

Whitworth & Palmer, Navasota... 710 
PHYSICIAN'S SUPPLIES. 

Hassell Drug Co, Fort Worth 

right bottom l'nes and 1051 

PIANO PLAYERS. 

Weaver W L Piano Co, Dallas. . . . 

left top corner cards and 294 
PIANO TUNERS. 

Grosberg I, Fort Worth 1259 

PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

Weaver W L Piano Co, Dallas. . . . 

left top corner cards and 

Henderson Piano Co, Fort Worth 

right top lires and 

PICTURES AND PICTURE FRAMES. 
BrowniFitzpatriek Co, Houston... 

left bottom lines and 532 

Randolph Paint Co, Houston 5S1 

PIPE AND FITTINGS. 

S H Supply Co, Beaumont 152 

Electra Machine & Supply Co, 

Electra 375 

Eiuelbsc.h G S, Flatonia 

back co^er and 397 
Girten-Bowman Supply Co, Hous- 
ton 555 

Houston Belting & Supply Co, 

Houston 576 

Murpny J N, Houston 660 

PLANING MILLS. 

Grier J Y, Abilene 102 

Christopher Mnfg & Lumber Co, 

Beaumont 153 

Clarendon Planing Mi'.l. Clar. ndon 206 

Leith Lumber Co, Galveston 468 

Schulze Bros Mnfg Co, San 

Antonio 7SS 

Nelson E Mnfg Co, Waco 

right side lines and 893 

Carson A M. Willis 933 

PLASTERERS. 

Humpbreville W 1'',. Houston 678 

PLATE GLASS 
Federal Plate Glass Co The, Dallas 275 



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PLATERS. 

Southern Mnfg & Plating Co, Fort 

Worth 416 

Southern Brass Mnfg & Plating 

Co, Houston 

right side lines and 5S4 
PLUMBERS. STEAM AND GAS 
FITTERS. 

Giesecke Bros Co, Brenham 180 

Maloney J \V, Clarksville 20S 

Montrief & Manchester, Fort 

Worth 1129 

Netzer Joseph. Laredo 654 

Coleman Plumbing Co, .Marshall. . 6S2 
POULTRY BR'EEDERS. 

Kanady S W, Denton 362 

POULTRY DEVICES. 
Yantis Jesse Chicken Life Saver 

Co, San Antonio 7S5 

POULTRY SUPPLIES. 

Martin C J & Sons, Austin 12 1 

Moers Seed Co, Houston 544 

Keichardt & Schulte Co, Houston. 5S1 

PRESERVER MNFRS. — WOOD AND 

METAL. 

Waco Mnfg Co, Waco 

left top corner cards and 902 
PRESSED BRICK MNFRS. 
Corsicana Brick Co, Corsicana. . . . 229 
Acme Pressed Brick Co, Fort 

Worth 981 

Texas Clay Products Co. Fort 

Worth ' 982 

PRINTERS— BOOK AND JOB. 

Progress Printing Co. Austin ISO 

Ballinger Printing Co, Ballinger. . 144 

Excelio Printing Co, Bay City lit' 

Exline-Reimers Co The (Inc), Dal- 
las and Fort Worth 

front cover and opp 428 

Wilmans Robert, Dallas 298 

Glasocock Office Supply Co, Galves- 
ton 466 

Jackson County Printing Co, 

Ganado 486 

Coyle W H & Co, Houston 

left side lines and 552 
Dealy-Adey-Elgin Co, Houston.... 

right side lines 

Rein & Sons Co, Houston 

opp back paster 
Southern-Keystone Printing Co, 

Houston left top corner cards 

Davis Herbert, Huntsville 630 

Whitley S R, Jacksonville 635 

Vidaurri A E & Sons, Laredo 059 

Florea & Shannon, Richmond 754 

Terry T XV, Round Rock 762 

Commercial Printing Co (Inc), San 

Antonio 785 

San Marcos Printing Co, San 

Marcos 321 

Thomas Al, Winnsboro 935 

PRINTER'S SUPPLIES. 
Miller & Orem Typesetting Co, 

Houston left side lines and 

PRODUC E- -WHOLES A LE. 
Bell County Produce Co, Belton... 
Gossett J C Produce Co, Blossom. 
Clark &. Hennessy Produce Co, Gal- 
veston 464 

Waldrop W P & Co, Gonzales 497 

Desel-Boettcher Co, Houston 553 

Jelfords-Scheenmann Produce & 

Brokerage Co Houston '. . . . 556 

Myers S Produce Co, Houston 5C1 

Martinez R M, Laredo 053 

Sanies, Moore & Co, Laredo 604 

McCandless C E, Olncy 718 

Hamritk & Hamrick, San Saba... 822 
May-Thomas Co (Inc), Wichita 

Falls 9^9 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS. 

Robertson H V, Amarillo 112 



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Pa^e 

Commercial Audit Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 253 

Corporation Audit Co, Dallas 

right side lines, 253 and 951 

Gordon H E & Co, Dallas 250 

Nelson & Snyder, Dallas 249 

Oglesby J S, Dallas 250 

Schubert O F & Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 249 
Kernaghan & Archinard, Fort 

Worth right top lines and 943 

Audit Co of the Southwest. Hous- 
ton. . .right top corner cards and 5G7 
Giraud Stuart A & Co, Houston. . . 

4 and 575 

Hart Alex A & Co, Houston 

left bottom lines 

Houston Audit Co, Houston 

left top corner cards 
Kidd, Aikman &. Co, Houston .... 

left top lines and ; 
Rankin & Schwartz, Houston.... 581 
Crockett J D M & Co, Kansas City, 

Mo 250 and 944 

Wermuth C E, New Orleans, La.. 944 
PUBLISHERS. 

Bryant C,A Co, Dallas 208 

Polk R L & Co, Detroit, Mich 

right side, left side and left bot- 
tom lines, 8, 291, 315, 408-412, 488 
563, 568, 591, 592, 593. 594 and 995 
Register Printing Co, Gainesville. 452 

Rein & Sons Co, Houston 

opp back paster 
Presbyterian Committee of Publi- 
cation, Texarkana 

see right side lines and 861 
PUMPS— IRRIGATION. 
Layne & Bowler Co. Houston.... 543 
PURE FOOD MNFRS. 

Adanutene Co The, Dalhart 

right bottom lines and 243 

QUARRIES. 
Nagel Bros Monumental Works 

Fredericksburg 447 

Mexia Quarry Co, Galveston 468 

Texas Grading Co, Houston 585 

Texas Gravel Co. Houston 530 

RACKET STORES. 

Johnson J S, Athens 121 

RAILROAD TANKS. 
San Antonio Tank & Cooperage 

Works, San Antonio 

left side lines and 78-9 
RAILROADS. 
Southern Pacific Ry, San Fran- 
cisco, Cal 6 

RAILS. 

National Iron & Steel Co, Houston 561 

REAL ESTATE. 

Lawrence A N, Abilene 103 

Xayer F B, Alice 106 

Miller Will A & Sons, Amarillo 111 

Douthit T E, Angleton 114 

Young W C Land Co, Archer City. . 117 

Bustin Chas N Land Co, Austin... 131 

Lowry Realty Co, Austin 131 

Smith C O, Austin 131 

Smith & Fillmore, Austin 131 

Thompson & Orchard, Austin 132 

Drgain F A, Bastrop 147 

Head A B Land Co. Bay City.. .. 149 

Ives C M, Beaumont 152 

Texas Realty Co, Beaumont 152 

Crisp J C, Beeville 103 

Moll County Abstract Co, Belton.. 16E 

lennings I J. Belton 16' 

lohnson D P & Rons, Belton 1 Cr, 

Preston J C. Belton 100 

Evans Will H & Co, Honham 174 

Hendricks & Wheat, Bonham 171 

Hendrix <v Moor, Bonham 174 

Brazos-Bernard Land Co. Brazoria. 179 



Fountain Bros. Bryan 

Barry Land Co, Clarksville 

Clayton B F & Co, Cleburne 

Lwing J H & Co, Cleburne 

Vickers & Hoffman. Cleburne 

Southwestern improvement Co, 
Colorado 

Southern Land Exchange. Colum- 
bus 

Price S C, Commerce 

Delta Land Co, Cooper 

Wallace W M, Cooper 

right bottom lines and 

Jones Realty Co, Corpus Christi. . 

Gibson & Peck, Corsicana 

Harper Bros Realty Co, Corsicana 

McCormick L E Realty Co, Corsi- 
cana 

I'pchurch &. Hampton, Corsicana 

Dunn L C, Cotulla 

Colquitts The, Dallas 

Leonard Wade B Realty Co, Dallas 
back cover and 

Lynch W R, Dallas 

Shannon J B, Dallas 

Txeas Business Bureau & Realtv 
Co, Dallas '. 

Green W D Commission Co, Del Rio 

Jones W K, Del Rio 

Shane G R, Denison 

Denton Trust Co, Denton 

Lewis & Maytield, Dublin 

Haynes & Sehofield, Edna 

Taylor H O, Edna 

Grimes Jack, El Campo 

Arden W D, Ennis 

Allen G T Realty Cc, Fort Worth 

Harris Land Securities Co, Fort 
Worth 

Lipscomb L D. Fort Worth 

Paffrath E A, Fort Worth 

Shropshire & Co, Fort Worth.... 

Smith C L, Fort Wortn 

right bottom 

Turner Gaines B Land Co, Fort 

Worth 

right and left bottom lines and 

Allen O Co The, Gainesville 

Hays Land Co, Gainesville 

Howeth W W Co, Gainesville 

Childress J N, Galveston 

Meyer-Forster Realty Co, Ganado 

Upshur County Real Estate & De- 
velopment Co, Gilmer 

Graham E S, Graham 

Edwards-McDonald Investment 
Co, Hereford 

Walker & Perkins, Hereford 

Breedlove W D, Higgins 

Tailton-Dunlap Co. Hillsboro. . . . 

Gibson P P, Honey Grove 

Bender's Exchange, Houston 

Cockburn & Williams. Houston.. 

Commercial Investment Co, Hous- 
ton 

Connable F A, Houston 

McFarland R F, Houston 

Nelson J C Co, 'Houston 

Richey John & Co, Houston 

left top corner cards and 

Texas Land (i Colony Co, Houston 

Phillips D F, Iredell 

Martin G M, Jourdanton 

Allen W D, Kosse 

Kosse Real Estate & Development 

Co. Kosse. right side lines and 
Daniel .1 M Company. Laredo .... 

Minis W H & Co, Laredo 

.McDowell C J I", Locknart 

Gales F M. Lorn-view 

Brown Green. Lott 

Buck A IS, McKlnney 

Lyons Joe, Marl in 

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Bosque County Land & Abstract 

Co, Meridian 690 

Bounds R I, Meridian 691 

Robertson & Son. Miami 694 

Curry J M, Montgomery 702 

Grube August Co, Muenster 700 

Sussdorf P F & Co, New Braunfels 712 

Connell J H, Xormangee 715 

Palacios Land & Investment Co, 

Palacios 723 

Watson Land & Loan Co, Pecos 

left bottom lines 

McClelland C E, Flainview 740 

Pepper J E Land Co, Plainview.. 740 
Shallow Water Land Co, Plain- 
view 741 

Stanley W A & Co, Piano 742 

Bice A B, Bobstown 756 

Ferrel Bros, Roby 757 

Clark-Bamsel Co, Rockdale 757 

Brazos Valley Bealty Co, Bosen- 

berg 761 

Bosenbe-rg Development Co, Bos- 

enberg 761 

Whisler Bealty Co, Bosenberg... 761 

Heard K- Co, Sabinal 765 

Smith Land Co, Sabinal 766 

Paul Abstract & Title Co, San 

Angelo 769 

Bond John H, San Antonio 787 

Cornpton-Patterson Co, San An- . 

tonio 787 

Crow & Lightfoot, San Antonio... 786 
Fowler Bros Land Co, San An- 
tonio left side lines and 7S6 

Fox Beaity Co, San Antonio 78S 

Howard Phil C, San Antonio 

left bottom lines and 786 

Hymau Harry, San Antonio 

left side lines and 786 

Moses George D, San Antonio.... 787 
Sullivan W C Investment Co, San 

Antonio 787 

Traders' Exchange, San Antonio 

right side lines and 787 

Lotto Frank, San Diego 819 

Sullivan Walter Bealty Co, Sanger 820 

Caldwell & Caldwell, Sherman... 832 

Evans & Evans, Sherman 832 

Geren J P, Sherman 832 

Gulick & Hall, Sherman 832 

McAfee & Eatherly, Sherman 832 

Bussell Wjh J S, Sherman 832 

Smith Robert E, Sherman 832 

Jones J T Bealty Co, Smithville 839 

Seiders & Hoke, Taylor 853 

Compton & Walker, Teague ; 854 

Garmon J J, Teague '. 

right bottom lines and 854 

Teague Beal Estate Co, Teague 855 

Jarrell O D, Temple 858 

Kistler F E, Toyah left top lines 

Houeycutt J T. Valley View .... 884 

Lutz J E, Vernon 886 

Dancer-Gamel Land Co, Waco .... 893 

Gibson &• Goodgion, Waco 905 

National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co, Waco 

right bottom lines and 899 

Savoy Land Co, Waco 898 

Bird J L, Walnut Springs 914 

Massey C F, Walnut Springs 914 

Monroe Bros, Wichita Falls 

left side lines and 930 
REAL, ESTATE AUCTIONEERS. 

Lackland R J, Fort Worth 

right top lines and 417 
REFRIGERATOR MWFRS. 

Walkup Bros, Waco 901 

RELIGIOUS ROOKS. 
Firm Foundation Publishing- 

House, Austin 

left top corner cards and 130 



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REPAIRERS-GENERAL. 

Brown M A, Holland 523 

Handy Man's Shop The, Wichita 

Falls 928 

RESTAURANTS. 

Byrne James, Fort Worth 404 

Bice Hotel, Houston 

right top lines and 540 
Bourbon Bestaurant, New Or- 
leans, La 1133 

Royal Cafe, New Orleans, La 1133 

McCandless C E, Olney 718 

RICE BUYERS. 

Reymers Loffer J, Galveston..... 409 

RINGS — ELECTRO-GALVANIC. 

Jones T B, Athens 120 

ROCK CRUSHING PLANTS. 
Everett, Bradt & Wright, Houston 

ROOF PAINT MNFRS. 
Texas Varnish &. Specialty Works, 

Houston left top lines and 

ROOFERS. 

Buaas J O & Sons, Austin 

New Process Roofing <fc Metal Co, 

Dallas right side lines and 

Attwell Cornice Co, Fort Worth.. 
Jewett Cornice & Rooting Co, San 

Antonio 

Simpson Booting Co, San Antonio 

Walsh T P, San Antonio 

Ray's Sheet Metal Works, Wichita 

Falls 930 

ROOFING MATERIAL. 
Blum Hardware Co, Galveston.... 

backbone and 455 
RUBBER STAMP MNFRS. 

Lake Fred L & Co, Dallas 300 

Ritchie-Cartan &. Turner Co, Fort 

Worth 41S 

Love J V & Co, Galveston 473 

RUG MNFRS. 
Dallas Rug Mnfg & Renovating 

Co, Dallas 264 

SAFE CABINETS. 

Safe-Cabinet Co The. Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 

SAFES. 

Assmann Carl, Austin 132 

Ott Charles, Dallas 306 

Safe-Cabinet Co The, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 

Overcash L J & Co, Houston 580 

SALOONS. 

Byrne James, Fort Worth 404 

Cox Fred, Fort Worth 403 

Liston James, Fort Worth 404 

Oberlander O, Waco 90S 

SALVAGE. 
Fort Worth Salvage Co, Fort 

Worth 418 

Krantz Salvage & Trading Co, 

Houston left side lines 

SALVE MNFRS. 

Wofford I B, Del Bio 

SAND AND GRAVEL. 

Clem Gravel Co, Dallas 300 

Vilbig Bros, Dallas 273 

North Texas Transfer <fe Storage 

Co, Denison 355 

Hanson Sons (Inc), Galveston.... 459 
Jones W L. Galveston 467 



Chambers A M, Houston 

Cocke Richard &. Co, Houston.... 
left side lines and 

Texas Gravel Co, Houston 

Wagner Sand Co, San Antonio. . . . 
left top lines and 
SANITARIUMS. 
Texas Training School for Defect- 
ives and Sanitarium for Mental 
and Nervous Diseases, Austin.. 



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Fountain's Sanitarium, Bryan 189 

Neal Institute, Dallas 

right side lines, 301 and 1184 
Fitzgerald's Sanitariu in, Eagle 

Lake 309 

Baptist Sanitarium & Hospital, 

Houston 5GS 

Houston Hot Well Sanitarium and 

Hotel, Houston 533 

Tioga Sanitarium & Water Co, 

Tioga 871 

SASFI, DOORS AND BLINDS. 
Christopher Mnfg & Lumber Co, 

Beaumont 153 

Clarendon Planing Mill. Clarendon 206 

Moore & Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 262 

Gerner Lumber Co, Houston 554 

Schulze Bros Mnfg Co. San An- 
tonio 7S8 

Nelson E Mnfg Co, Waco 

right side lines and 893 
SAW MILL MACHINERY. 
Beaumont Iron Works Co, Beau- 
mont 151 

S H Supply Co. Beaumont 152 

Houston Car-Wheel & Machine Co, 

Houston 539 

SCHOOL SUPPLIES. 

Brvant C A Co, Dallas 268 

SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES. 
N'ueces Business College. Corpus 

Christ! right side lines and 223 

Metropolitan Business College, Dal- 
las left side lines and 268 

St Mary's Colege. Dallas 269 

University of Dallas, Dallas 

front and back covers, 270 and 1013 

Laredo Seminary, Laredo 651 

College and Academy of the Incar- 
nate Word, San Antonio 775 

Marshall Training School, San An- 
tonio. .. .right side lines, 5 and 7 7 'I 
Mulholland School The, San An- 
tonio 777 

St Louis College, San Antonio.... 777 
San Antonio Academy for Boys. 

San Antonio, .left side lines and 770 
Ursuline Academy The, San An- 
tonio 775 

West Texas Military Academy 

San Antonio 777 

Hill's Business College, Waco.... S90 

Paul Quinn College, Waco 890 

Wheeler-Hughes Commercial Col- 
lege, Wichita Falls 

right side lines and 928 
Wichita Commercial School, Wi- 
chita Falls. . .right side lines and 928 
SCENERY PAINTERS. 
Southern Scenic Studio, Dallas. . . . 301 
SCREEN MNFRS. 

Dallas Screen Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 302 

Agee Scieen Co. Fort Worth 1293 

Pinkham Metal Screen Co, Texar- 

kana 862 

SCULPTORS. 

Cortes Fred & Son, Houston 589 

SECOND HAND GOODS. 
Wichita Falls Bottle & Junk. Wi- 
chita Falls 929 

SECURITIES. 

Leonard Wade B. Dallas 

back cover and 308 

Waco Securities Co, Waco 

right side lines and S91 
SEEDS. 

Martin C J & Sons. Austin 124 

Kanady Seed House, Denton 362 

Dm mm Seed & Floral Co, Fort 

Worth 1073 

Interurban Seed & Floral Co. Fort 
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Havgrave M P, Galveston 4G7 

Moors Seed Co, Houston 544 

Reichardt & Schulte Co, Houston. 5S1 
SEMINARIES. 

Laredo Seminary, Laredo 651 

SEPARATORS— COTTON. 
Hart Cotton Machine Co, Pallas.. 

left top corner cards and 288 
SEWER PIPE MNFRS. 
Athens Fire Brick Co, Athens.... 

left bottom lines and 119 
SEWING MACHINES. 

Mcffitt J Gilbert, Dallas 1299 

SHEET IRON WORKERS. 

Bollinger John jr, Beaumont 153 

Fort Worth Boiler Works, Fort 

Worth 403 

Finucane Boiler Works, Houston. . 

left top lines and 553 
Tofte Sheet Iron &. Boiler Works, 

Houston 3 

Waco Boiler Works, Waco 894 

SHEET METAL PRODUCTS. 

Seelhorst Adolph, Brenham 181 

SHEET METAL WORKERS. 

Buaas J O & Sons, Austin 132 

Necco A, Corpus Christi 224 

Atlas Metal Works, Dallas 

right side lines, 303 and 

Harry Bros Co, Dallas 310 

New Process Roofing & Supply Co, 

Dallas right side lines and 304 

Attwell Cornice Co, Fort Worth. . . 419 

Lewis Lewis J, Fort Worth 1319 

Texas Sheet Metal Works, Galves- 
ton 472 

Eisemann Ed, Houston 573 

Netzer Joseph, Laredo 654 

Jewett Cornice &. Roofing Co, San 

An:or.:o 788 

Stillson George A, San Antonio... 779 

Walsh T P, San Antonio 790 

Ray's Sheet Metal Works, Wichita 

Falls 930 

SHIP CHANDLERS. 

Cross T L, Galveston 464 

SHOW CARDS. 

Bounds John P Co, Dallas 303 

Acers W E, Fort Worth 419 

Kaiser Sam, Houston 574 

.SHOW CASES. 
Dallas Show Case & Mnfg Co, 

Dallas 305 

Southwestern Show Case Works, 

Dallas.. right side lines, 304 and 1048 
Detroit Show Case Co, Detroit, 

Mich 2 

Burge Mnfg Co, Houston 

left bottom lines and 570 
Houston Show Case & Mnfg Co 

Houston . .right bottom lines and 542 
Jackson A R Kansas City Show 
Case Works Co, Kansas City Mo 1303 
SIGHT SEEING CARS. 
White Tally-ho Co The, San An- 
tonio 789 

SIGN LETTERS. 

Pelchman F C, Kansas City Mo... 1303 

SIGNS. 

Sidwell Sign Co; Beaumont 153 

Halev E A, Cleburne 210 

Bounds John P Co, Dallas 303 

Zimmerman J F & Son, Dallas. . . . 303 

Acers W E, Fort Worth 419 

Dudley Fred J, Fort Worth 419 

Empire Sign Co, Houston 574 

Kaiser Sam, Houston 574 

Smith, The Sign Man. Houston.. 583 

Jones John A, Palestine 1303 

SILOS. 
Barnes W O & Co, Fort Worth. . . 420 

Walcotl F B, Houston 

right bottom lines and 587 



R. IL POLK & CO'S (1914) 

Pay- 
San Antonio Tank & Cooperage 

Works, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
SLIDES— ADVERTISING. 
Marshall Slide Co, Marshall 684 

SMELTERS AND RKFINERS. 

Lipshitz Smelting & Relining Wks, 

Waco 901 

SOAP MNFRS. 
Swartz Dr Chemical Co, Dallas. . . . 
SODA FOUNTAIN SUPPLIES. 

Collins Candy Co, Houston 551 

SODA FOUNTAIN SYRUP MNFRS. 
Co-Operative Syrup Mnfg Co, Hous- 
ton 572 

SODA FOUNTAINS. 

McGregor J G Mnfg Co, Dallas.. 305 

SPORTING GOODS. 

Tips Walter Co, Austin 12S 

Cullum & Boren Co, Dallas 306 

Ott Charles. Dallas 306 

Cummings & Sprue, Galveston.... 465 
Bering-Cortes Hardware Co, Hous- 
ton 550 

STATIONERS— MNFG. 

Progress Printing Co, Austin 130 

Exline-Reimers Co The, Dallas and 
Fort Worth, .front cover and opp 42S 

Coyle W H & Co, Houston 

left side lines and 552 
Dealy-Adey-Elgin Co, Houston.... 
right side lines 

Pillot Teolin Co, Houston 

right top lines and 562 
STEAMSHIP AGENTS. 
Fowier & McVitie, Galveston.... 465 
Leyland Fredk & Co Ltd Agency, 

Galveston 46S 

Nicolini C & Co, Galveston 469 

Sgitcovich S & Co, Galveston 471 

STEEL CABINETS. 

Safe-Cabinet Co The, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 295 
Standard Mechanical Equipment 

Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 271 

Overcash L J & Co, Houston 580 

STEEL DIE CUTTERS. 

Emerson & Lynch, Dallas 273 

STENCILS. 

Lake Fred L & Co, Dallas 300 

Ritchie-Cartan & Turner Co, Fort 

Worth 418 

Love J V & Co, Galveston 473 

STENOGRAPHERS — PUBLIC. 

Joseph H M, Dallas 306 

Fleming R R, Fort Worth 1306 

Scougale E R. Fort Worth 1038 

Lassetter & Wagner, San Antonio 771 

STEVEDORES. 
Galveston Stevedore Co, Galveston 466 

Hanson's Sons, Galveston 459 

Romano P V & Co, Galveston 470 

STOCKS AND BONDS. 

Smith &. Fulmore, Austin 131 

Evans-Truax Co, Dallas 

left side lines, 259 and 1306 

Leonard Wade B, Dallas 

back cover and SOS 

Childress J N. Galveston 463 

Watson Land <fc Loan Co. Pecos. . . 

left bottom lines 
Manlove W C & Co, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
Waco Securities Co The, Waco... 

right side lines and 894 
STONE CONTRACTORS. 

Herget K D, Dallas 

right side lines and 267 

Oates E, Dallas 

right Fide lines and 267 
Cortes Bros, Houston 589 



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STORAGE. 

Texas Storage Co, Beaumont 153 

Packer Storage Co, Dallas 1307 

North Texas Transfer & Storage 

Co, Denison 355 

Fort Worth Warehouse & Transfer 

Co, Fort Worth 

left bottom lines and 420 
A B C Storage & Moving Co. 

Houston 667 

Westheimer Transfer Co, Houston 5S8 
O K Transfer & Storage Co, 

Quanah 749 

Dixon Float Line, Sherman S31 

Weatherford Transfer & Storage 

Co, Weatherford 919 

McFall Transfer & Storage Co, 

Wichita Fails 930 

STORAGE BATTERIES. 

Tel-Electric Co, Houston 

backbone and 545 
STORE FIXTURES. 
Dallas Show Case & Mntg Co. . 

Dallas 305 

Southwestern Show Case Works. 

Dallas, .right side lines, 304 and 1048 

Burge Mnfg Co, Houston 

left bottom lines and 570 
Houston Show Case & Mnfg Co, 

Houston, .right bottom lines and 542 

Nelson E Mnfg Co, Waco 

right side lines and S93 
STRUCTURAL IRON AND STEEL. 

Mosher Mnfg Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 307 
Southwestern Mechanical Co, Fort 

Worth 414 

Murphy J N, Houston 600 

Stubbs Foundry Co, Waco 896 

SUPERVISING ENGINEERS. 
Feild J C Engineering Co, Denison 

front cover and 357 
SURETY BONDS. 

Smith C O, Austin 131 

Commonwealth Bonding k- Casual- 
ty Insurance Co, Fort Worth... 

front cover, left top lines and 410 
Hiegel & Ryan, Galveston 4S7 

SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

Hassell Drug Co, Fort Worth 

right bottom lines and 1051 
SWEEPING COMPOUNDS. 

Dallas Compound Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 308 

Texa-Sweep Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 309 
SWITCH BOARDS. 
Standard Mechanical Equipment 

Co, Dallas 

left top corner cards and 271 

Tel-Electric Co, Houston 

backbone and 545 

SYRUP— WHOLESALE. 

Reader Grain Co, Houston 562 

TAILORS. 

Harrison L L, Athens 121 

Scotch Woolen Mills. Hay City... 150 

Banner Cleaning Co. Dallas 309 

Click J W, Dallas 309 

Slaughter-Mayfield Co, Dallas 310 

Denalsano W L, Eagle Pas« 370 

Collier Tailoring Co, Hamilton. . . . 509 

Barber W L. Holland 523 

Scotch Woolen Mills, Laredo 659 

Trevino A P d Sons, Laredo 658 

Mattox E D, Timpson 871 

TALKING MACHINI 9 
Texas-Oklahoma Phonograph Co, 

Fort Worth 541 

Houston Phonograph Co. Houston. 541 
TANK MNFRS 

Dolliiigcr John jr. Beaumont 153 

Seelhorst Adolph, Brenham 181 



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Necco A, Corpus Christi 224 

Atlas Metal Works, Dallas 

right side lines, 303 and 1300 

Harry Bros Co, Dallas 310 

New Process Rooting & Metal Co, 

Dallas right side lines and 

Black. Sivalls & Bryson, Electra.. 

Eidelbach G S, Flatonia 

back cover and 

Barnes W O & Co, Fort Worth 

Fort Worth Boiler Works, Fort 

Worth . .' 403 

Eisemann Ed, Houston 573 

Finucane Boiler Works, Houston.. 

left top lines and 553 

Houston Tank Co, Houston 578 

Tofte Sheet Iron &. Boiler Works, 

Houston 3 

San Autonio Tank & Cooperage 

Works, San Antonio 

left side lines and 789 
TAXIDERMISTS. 

Meacharn W G, Uvalde 883 

TELEPHONES. 

Tel-Electric Co, Houston 

back bone and 
TELETYPE MACHINES. 
National Teletype Co, Galveston 

TENTS AND AWNINGS. 
Dallas Tent & Awning Co, Dallas 
right side lines and 
Eaton Tent & Awning Co, Dallas 
Fulton Bag &- Cotton Mills, Dallas 
Fort Worth Tent & Awning Co, 

Fort Worth 95$ 

Scott J P Co, Fort Worth 956 

Henck E R & Son, Galveston 467 

Houston Tent & Awning Co, Hous 

ton 

San Antonio Teat & Awning Co 

San Antonio left side lines 

TERRA COTTA. 

Fraser Brick Cc, Dallas 

left side lines and 
General Builders' Supply Co, Fort 

Worth 

Vandaveer Clay Products Co, 
Houston, right bottom lines and 

Walcott F B, Houston 

right bottom lines and 
TEXA-SWEEP. 

Texa-Sweep Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 
THEATRES. 

Majestic Theatre, Athens 121 

THRESHING MACHINES. 
Southern Minneapolis Farm Pow- . 

er Co, Dajlas 1318 

TILE FLOORS. 

Steele C A & Co, Fort Worth 

Texas Mosaic Tile Co, San An- 
tonio 

TILE MANTELS. 
Houston Mantel & Tile Co, Hous- 
ton 



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TITLE GUARANTEE COMPANIES. 
Dallas Title & Guaranty Co, Dallas 258 
Stewart Title Guaranty Co., Gal- 
veston 457 

National Exchange Insurance & ■ 

Trust Co, Waco 

right bottom lines and 899 
.TRADE MARKS. 

Spellman & Murray, Dallas 

front cover and 297 
TRANSFER LINES. 
Texas Storage Co, Beaumont.... 153 

Keller A W, Brady 178 

Adams Express & Transfer Co, 

Dallas 312 

Steger T P, Dallas 312 

North Texas Transfer & Storage 

Co, Denison 355 

Fort Worth Warehouse & Trans- 
fer Co, Fort Worth 

■ left bottom lines and 420 

Hanson's Sons, Galveston 459 

ABC Storage & Moving Co, Hous- 
ton 567 

Chambers A M, Houston 571 

Westheimer Transfer Co, Houston 588 

Whaley S E, Houston 5S8 

O K Transfer & Storage Co, 

Quanah 749 

Rips Henry C, San Antonio 790 

Travelers' Transfer Co The, San 

Antonio 790 

San Saba Transfer Co, San Saba 822 
Weatherford Transfer & Storage 

Co, Weatherford 919 

McFall Transfer & Storage Co, 

Wichita Falls 930 

TRUSS MNFRS. 
Texas Artificial Limb Co, Houston 584 

TRUST COMPANIES. 
Citizens State Bank & Trust Co, 

Dallas 256 

Dallas Trust & Savings Bank, 

Dallas 258 

Texas Guarantee & Trust Co, Gal- 
veston 461 

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Athens Fire Brick Co, Athens 

left bottom lines and 

Fraser Brick Co, Dallas 

left side lines and 
Southern Tile & Drainage Co, 

Eagle Lake 369 

South Plains Tile Co, Plainview 741 
TINNERS. 

Buaas J O & Sons, Austin 132 

Giesecke Bros Co, Brenham 180 

Weirich Iiichard, Comfort 219 

Atlas Metal Works, Dallas 

right side lines, 303 and 1300 

Lewis Lewis J, Fort Worth 1319 

Elsemann Ed, Houston 573 



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Texarkana Trust Co, Texarkaua . . 
National Exchange Insurance & 

Trust Co, Waco 

right bottom lines and 

TWINES AND BAGS. 

Texas Bag & Fibre Co, Houston 

TYPEWRITING MACHINES. 

Fort Worth Typewriter Exchange, 

Fort Worth 1322 

Slaughter S E Co, Galveston 471 

UNDERTAKERS. 
Jeffrey J T Undertaking Co, Fort 

Worth 414 

Malloy F P & Son, Galveston 459 

Prater Undertaking Co, Galves- 
ton 460 

Wall & Stabe Co, Houston 58 

Fraternal Undertaking Co, Waxa- 

hachie 916 

UNDERTA KERS' SUPPLIES. 
Texarkana Casket Co, Texarkana 

left side lines and 861 
UPHOLSTERERS. 

Champion M C, Houston 571 

Welander A, Houston 5S7 

Upholstering Shop, Texarkana... 867 
VACUUM CLEANERS. 

Texas Tuec Co The, Dallas 

right side lines and 313 
Brown-Woods Electric Co, Hous- 
ton left side lines and 552 

VARNISH MNFRS. 
Texas Varnish & Specialty Works, 

Houston left top lines and 548 

VETERINARY SURGEONS. 

Peck M A, Fort Worth 

VIAVI. COMPANIES. 
Fort Worth Viavi Co, Fort Worth 420 



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VIOLIN' MNFRS. 

Sumner Fred W, Fort Worth.... 1325 

WAGON COVERS. 
Dallas Tent <fc Awning Co, Dallas 

right side lines and 311 
Henck E R £ Son. Galveston. . . , . 467 
Houston Tent & Awning Co, Hous- 
ton 578 

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TEXAS 



Any master in the historical school 
that has developed since Guizot wrote 
his "History of Civilization" needs only 
to know the geographical location, top- 
ography, climate, extent and character 
of waterways and soils of a country to 
announce with almost mathematical cer- 
tainty whether it is to support a meager 
population confined to a limited number 
of pursuits and have a restricted com- 
merce, or whether it is to be densely 
inhabited and be a mighty industrial and 
commercial empire and be the seat of 
intelligence, prosperity, happiness and a 
high and ever-expanding civilization. 

Though the land has never been trod- 
den by human foot, he beholds in these 
things the germ core, upon which he can 
predict not merely what might happen. 
but that which is sure to happen. If a 
man of this training and knowledge had 
surveyed Texas four centuries ago, 
when Indians alone had ever skirted its 
hays, viewed its rivers, traveled across 
its prairies and gazed from its hilltops 
and mountain heights upon its beautiful 
landscapes and seen its rich flora and 
fauna, he would not have hesitated to 
say: "In this region, at some time, 
there will rise and flourish a wonder- 
fully opulent and mighty state. In lands, 
in waters, in minerals, in climate and 
in position, theie exist here, in strong 
and marvelous combination, the funda- 
mentals for such a state." 

The Spanish navigators who sailed 
along and mapped the Texas shore line 
soon after Cortez's conquest o£ the City 
of Mexico dreamed of none of these 
things, nor did the shipwrecked Cabeza 
de Vaca, who, as the first white man to 
make the journey, crossed Texas in 1535 
to Culiacan, on the Gulf of California. 

The Spaniards slowly pressed forward 
their line of occupation northward from 
the Valley of Mexico to the Panuco 
river, while Coronado in 1540, Mcscoso 
,in 1543, Kspejo, Sosa, Onate, Mendoza 
and others down to 16S3, penetrated into 
parts of what is now Texas, and General 
Otermin established the village of 
Ysleta on the Rio Grande in 1682. They 
attached little value to the vast district 
east of the Rio Grande and were content 
to rifle the mines and enslave the abo- 
rigines of Old Mexico and might never 
have made a serious effort to occupy 
Texas but for the landing of LaSalle's 
expedition on the shores of Matagorda 
Bay in 1685. 

An expedition was sent out under Cap- 
tain DeLcon by Spanish vice-regal auth- 
ority, that, April 22, 1689, found Fort 
St. Louis, that LaSalie had established. 
and that most of its occupants had been 
murdered, and the rest taken into cap- 
tivity by the Indians. 

An expedition the following year es- 
tablished two missions among the Tejas 
Indians in East Texas. They were not 
supported, and October 25, 1693, Father 
Manzanet and the few priests and sol- 
diers who were with him buried the 
swivel guns, bells and other iron imple- 
ments of the missions and presidios and 
set forth on their return journey to 
Mexico. 

From this time until 1715 Texas. was 



abandoned. Its permanent partial occu- 
pation was induced by fear of encroach- 
ments by the French settlers in Louis- 
iana. The efforts of Anthony Crozat to 
establish an overland trade with the 
Spanish settlements on and beyond the 
Rio Grande was the moving cause of 
this fear. His agent. St. Denis, went 
over to the Spaniards and advised them 
to establish missions and presidios in 
East Texas along the paths of entrance 
that the French would, otherwise, be 
likely to follow. This was done. 

In 1718 Alarcon established the pre- 
sidio of San Antonio de Bexar and Mis- 
sion of San Antonio de Valero, to which 
was added in 1731 the civil settlement 
known as the villa of San Fernando. 
From these grew up the city of Bexar, 
or San Antonio, the struggle between 
the two names finally resulting in favor 
of the latter. In 1731 the East Texas 
missions were transferred to San An- 
tonio. The missions were secularized 
in 1764. 

There were but three centers of Span- 
ish population between the Sabine and 
the Rio Grande — Nacogdoches, San An- 
tonio and La Bahia (Goliad). 

In 1778 the old stone fort was built 
in what later became Nacogdoches. It 
was erected to protect the pueblo of 
Bucarelli, which was moved there from 
the Trinity. 

La Bahia was established by Aguayo 
subsequent to 1722. 

Thoughtful and scheming individuals 
in the United States early appreciated 
the desirability of obtaining Texas or 
an assured foothold in it. Nolan's ex- 
pedition, 1799-1801, was designed to gain 
i knowledge of and report conditions and 
supply a partial map of the country. 
His death and the capture and imprison- 
ment of his companions defeated its 
objects. 

Aaron Burr knew what Texas was, 
and probably included its conquest in 
his purpose to create a new government 
in the Southwest — a design that Thomas 
Jefferson and his agents brought to 
naught. 

The Magee-Guiterrez filibustering ex- 
pedition in 1812 came near wresting 
Texas from Spaiu, but closed in blood 
in 1813. and the country was laid waste 
to Nacogdoches, and that settlement 
broken up for a time. Then followed 
the disastrous filibustering expeditions 
of Long in 1819 and 1821. The struggles 
incident to these invasions completely 
exhausted the physical power of the 
Spaniards in Texas. In the closing years 
of their rule, the western part of the 
territory was ravaged at will by the 
Apaches and Comanches; (he northwest- 
ern portion was harassed by adven- 
turers of the neutral grouud and on the 
coast pirates and other intruders en- 
tered the country at will or established 
themselves at places that suited them. 
The Comanches made it. a practice to 
steal herds of Mexican horses, drive 
them into San Antonio, claim that they 
had taken them from hostile Indians and 
demand and receive rewards. On these 
and other visits they made it a practice 
to require soldiers of the garrison to 



hold the horses ridden by the Indians. 
Their insolence knew no bounds, was 
given free rein and was submitted to 
without opposition. 

Times were ripe for a change. It 
came with the D'Onis treaty, by which 
the United States bought Florida and 
surrendered its claim to Texas. This 
diplomatic act was followed by Moses 
Austin being granted the right to intro- 
duce immigrants. Texas became fully 
alive and set its feet in the path of 
progress for the first time when Stephen 
F. Austin conducted to the lower Brazos 
his first party of Angle-American colon- 
ists in October, 1821. 

An outcome of the Mexican revolution 
of 1821 was the granting of contracts 
to a number of empresarios and the be- 
ginning of the rapid settlement of 
Texas. Soon, however, friction occur- 
red between the Mexican authorities 
and the liberty-loving settlers, and men 
of discernment in the United States per- 
ceived that it was only a question of 
time when there would be a revolution. 
President Jackson sent General Houston 
to view and report upon the country. 
After traveling as far as San Antonio, 
Houston informed the president that the 
country lying between that place and 
the eastern boundary was not surpassed 
by any. and was capable of supporting 
a population of 10.000.000 people. 

The incidents of 1832, 1833 and 1835 
and the campaign of 1836, that ended 
with 'he victory at San Jacinto, that 
established Texas independence are 
familiar to all persons having any 
knowledge of Texas history and need 
not be recounted here. 

Stephen F. Austin, by means of 
pamphlets, newspaper articles, letters 
and representations cf his agents, thor- 
oughly advertised the advantages and 
opportunities of Texas and set in mo- 
tion a strong stream of capital and de- 
sirable immigration to the country. 
This was checked by the incidents pre- 
ceding the revolution and the revolution 
itself. Following the battle of San Ja- 
cinto, a tidal wave of newcomers — many 
of them bad characters — poured into the 
republic, expecting it to be easy not only 
to earn a living but to make their for- 
tunes. There was absolutely nothing 
for them to do and great distress and 
the pprpetration of crimes followed. 

Texas sought in 1836-1837 and was 
denied admission to the United States, 
and repeated the effort some years later 
with the same result. There was not a 
dollar in the Texas treasury and no tax- 
able values from which to raise revenue 
by direct levies. The customs revenues 
amounted to practically nothing at the 
Start. Under these circumstances Presi- 
dent Houston exerted himself to placate 
ill... Indians by presents and treaties and 
particularly by urging citizens, on the 
opening of the land office in 1838, not to 
go into territory claimed by the Indians 
and locate land. Neglect to follow his 
advice to holders of headrights and 
other claims entitling persons to land, 
aroused the fury of the Indians and soon 
the entire frontier was ablaze with hos- 
tilities. 



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Sketch of State 



Then came Lamar's administration, 
during which the Indian power was com- 
pletely broken by various expeditions 
and the capital of Austin was built aud 
occupied. 

This was followed by the second ad- 
ministration of Houston and by Jones' 
administration, in which wealth and 
population greatly increased and the 
value of Texas money was raised almost 
to par. President Jones' administration 
was brought to a close by the annexa- 
tion of Texas to the Union in 1845, and 
the inauguration of General J. Pinckney 
Henderson as the first governor of the 
state la February, 1846. 

Texas began statehood with scant 
means, but its treasury was well filled 
by the sale of the state's northwestern 
territory to the United States in 1850 
for $10,000. There was no advertising 
of the state, such as was practiced in 
colonial times, but knowledge of its 
merits spread abroad and men and 
money came in in increasing volume. A 
general spirit of enterprise and progress 
took hold of the people. Acts were 
passed by the legislature to improve the 
navigability of streams, to secure better 
roads and to establish toll aud other 
bridges and attempts were made to 
build and operate factories, but the time 
had not come for factories, and they 
mostly closed their doors. 

A special feature of Governor Pease's 
administration was encouragement to 
railroad building. He was elected main- 
ly on that issue and set that important 
undertaking in motion. Texas had just 
begun to set a clipping pace on the high- 
way of development, when the war be- 
tween the states brought it abruptly to 
an end. The war was followed by the 
stagnation of the reconstruction period 
and Da\is regime. When the people re- 
gained control of the state government 
they had other work to do than to sing 
the praises of Texas abroad and make 
an effort to secure the incoming capital 
and immigration. The inefficiency and 
■ alleged waste of appropriations by the 
Bureau of Immigration, established un- 
der the constitution of 1869. led the peo- 
ple to insert in the constitution of 1876 
a provision prohibiting the Legislature 
from ever making an appropriation for 
immigration purposes. Consequently, 
when the Centennial Exposition of 1876 
was held at Philadelphia Texas had no 
exhibit there. Hut the state was not 
wholly unrepresented. A party of 
distinguished Texans were present, 
amongst ihem Governor R. B. Hubbard, 
who delivered an address that was 
printed and widely circulated and 
caused thousands of immigrants to come 
to Texas, though the great bulk of set- 
tlers were turned elsewhere. 

Then, after a slight pause, began a 
phenomenal era of railroad building in 
Texas and an influx of new citizens that 
has continued to the present time. The 
establishment of the Texas Railroad 
Commission and the passage of the rail- 
road stock and bond law during Gov- 
ernor James S. Hogg's administration 
put an end to wild-catting in railroading 
end rendered it possible for jobbing cen- 
ters to be established in Texas and for 
factories to be operated at a profit. 
Other legislation that has since been 
enacted has removed every impediment 
to Texas' growth in every direction. 

The result is the splendid Texas of 
today, in which railroads, the press and 



a multitude of other agencies are adver- 
tising the state in the four Quarters of 
the world, and into which homeseekers 
and capitalists are trooping and will 
soon be pouring as into few countries 
in the history of the world. 

For some years Texas has occupied 
first place in the United States in the 
total annual value of agricultural prod- 
ucts, and this primacy is certain to be- 
come more and more pronounced and 
unapproachable, as its development has 
scarcely more than begun. 

The total amount of improved lands 
in farms in Texas is 27,360,666 acres. 
The uncultivated arable area is 141.372,- 
060 acres, about 100,000.000 acres of 
which is prime farming land. 

The state covers 265,896 square miles 
— land 263.398 square miles, water 3,498 
square miles. This is equal to about 8.7 
per cent of the entire area of the United 
States and Territories including Alaska, 
but excluding island possessions. It is 
six times larger than New York and 
seven times as large as Ohio and 100,000 
square miles larger than all of the East- 
ern and Middle States, including Dela- 
ware and Maryland. Compared to the 
countries of Europe it has 34,000 square 
miles more than the Austrian Empire. 
62,000 more than the German Empire 
and nearly 70,000 square miles more 
than France. 

It is located in the extreme southwest- 
ern part of the United States, between 
the 26th and 30th parallels of north lati- 
tude and the 94th and 106th meridian 
of longitude. 

The topography of the state, like 
many other characteristics, is hard to 1 
describe, owing to its immense size and 
varying elevations. The general appear- 
ance of the country may be described 
as high elevated plateaus, low ranges of 
hills, broad level prairies and level val- 
leys with, in the trans-Pecos region, 
mountains that are southern spurs of 
he Rockies. The mean elevation is 
about 850 feet above the sea level, the 
extremes ranging from a few feet to one 
peak as high as 9.500 feet. The soil 
varies greatly in richness and fertility. 
It is of various qualities, but usually a 
rich loam covers the valleys and plains. 
The black waxy, black sandy, sandy 
loam and alluvial soils are each to be 
found in the state. 

Texas has an equable climate. In a 
general way the state slopes down from 
northwest to southeast, like the gently 
slanting roof of a house, and is swept 
by breezes from the Gulf of Mexico, 
which dispense life to vegetation and 
health to the inhabitants. The long 
summers characteristic of this latitude 
ar^ by them rendered not only endur- 
able but enjoyable. So marked is the 
influence of the gulf winds on the cli- 
mate of the state that the average tem- 
perature along the Gulf Coast and for 
many miles in the interior is much 
lower during the summer months than 
it is in the higher latitudes of the north. 
The same, influence neutralizes the cold 
of winter and makes the winters of the 
southern and southwestern parts of the 
state mild and most delightful. 

Texas is essentially an agricultural 
and stock-raising state. It ranks first 
among the states in the number of cattle 
raised. It contains about one-eighth of 
the cattle and more than one-third of 
the goats in the Union, while in thf 
number of horses and mules it outranks 



any other state. It raises great num- 
bers of hogs and among sheep-raising 
states it is one of the most important. 

It raises vast quantities of cotton, 
corn, wheat, oats, barley, rye. alfalfa! 
sorghum, sugar cane, kaffir corn, milo 
maize, rice, sweet and Irish potatoes, 
onions and melons, fruits and berries — 
all of the best quality. It is estimated 
by reliable authorities that not more 
than 25 per cent of the acreage of the 
state suitable for the purpose is now- 
planted in cotton, making proper allow- 
ance for diversification in farming. This 
means that, whenever there is need. 
Texas can raise more cotton than the 
entire world crop of 1912-13, and then 
have cotton acreage to spare. 

The agricultural development in prog- 
ress in West Texas, Southwest Texas 
and the Panhandle country is a marvel- 
ous revelation to the people of this 
state who a few years ago thought that 
there was not sufficient rainfall for any- 
thing to be raised there except native 
grasses for cattle to feed upon. To this 
time the eastern half of Texas (the 
dividing line being run from the Gulf to 
the northern boundary of the state some 
distance west of San Antonio) has been 
designated the humid region, where 
rainfall :s sufficient for raising crops; 
and the western half, known as the 
semi-arid region where crops cannot be 
grown without irrigation. The really 
semi-arid and arid region is constantly 
shrinking as actual farming is engaged 
in. Furthermore, immense irrigation 
enterprises have been inaugurated that 
are converting thousands of acres there 
into lands as productive as those of the 
irrigated districts of Southern Califor- 
nia. Irrigation is also practiceq on a 
large scale in the Texas Rice Belt, 
where there is abundance of raintall 
for ordinary purposes, but where irriga- 
tion is needed to flood the land. Irri- 
gation is. likewise, being more and more 
employed elsewhere in the humid re- 
gion as an aid to agriculture. 

Texas has immense timber and min- 
eral resources. 

The waters of the Gulf of Mexico 
along the Texas coast teem with fine 
edible fish, and the oysters grown there 
have no superior. The oyster and fish 
business is assuming large proportions. 

Game is multiplying under proper 
gaine and fish laws, rigidly enforced. 

The packing houses at Fort Worth. 
Houston, San Antonio, Waco and Ama- 
rillo afford home markets for many 
times the beeves, sheep and hogs which 
Texas ranchmen and farmers are now 
able to supply and are powerfully stimu- 
lating live stock production. Arrange- 
ments are being made to put in pack- 
eries at other points in the State. Great 
interest is being manifested in the dairy 
industry in the State. The indications 
are that in a few years Texas will move 
near to the head of the column in this 
industry and finally take the lead. The 
interest is no less marked in poultry 
raising. 

Figs are raised and marketed on a big 
commercial scale. The raising of citrus 
fruits is a promising industry. 

In East Texas are the largest peach 
orchards in the world. At various places 
in the State are raised as line apples as 
are produced anywhere in the United 
States. Grapes, berries, plums and all 
the choicest fruits known to the tem- 
perate zone are raised in Texas in com- 



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mercial quantities. The promol'ogica) 
possibilities of the State are such that 
it may eventually distance even Calif or 
nia in fruit production. Texas is a truck 
grower's paradise and puts on the north- 
ern markets the earliest and best vege 
tables they receive. The Bermuda onion 
has made the regions about Laredo 
Eagle Pass and Cotulla famous, and, in 
cidentally the fortunes of enterprising 
growers. They are also grown profit- 
ably elsewhere in the State. 

The success attending the growing of 
tobacco in Texas is conclusive evidence 
that it is destined to become an import- 
ant industry in this State. It has passed 
the experimental stage and the tobacco 
grown in Texas counties has been pro- 
nounced quite equal in aroma to the 
Cuban product. 

Texas leads the world in the produc- 
tion of pecans. It has natural pecan 
groves more than fifty miles in length 
by from one to two miles in width. 
Attention is now being actively devoted 
to raising improved pecans by budding. 
grafting and top-working. 

The University of Texas and State 
Agricultural and Mechanical College 
rank among the best in the United 
States in scholarships, buildings, equip- 
ment, size of student body and achieve- 
ments of alumni in nearly every field of 
the world's work. Texas has five superb 
State Normal Schools that have elegant 
and well appointed buildings; beautiful, 
commodious and healthful sites and 
every necessary equipment. They are: 
Sam Houston Normal Institute, Hunts- 
ville; North Texas Slate Normal School, 
Denton; Southwest Texas Normal 
School. San Marcos; West Texas Nor- 
mal School, Canyon City; and Prairie 
View State Normal and Industrial Col- 
lege, Prairie View. The first four named 
are for white students, while that at 
Prairie View is for colored youths only. 



At Denton also is located the State Col 
lege of Industrial Arts. 

Provision is made by law for teaching 
agriculture in these normals, in the sum 
mer normal school, held by the Univer- 
sity of Texas, and in the public free 
schools. An act passed by the Thirty- 
second Legislature at its regular session 
provides for the establishment of agri 
cultural high schools. At the Agricul- 
tural and Mechanical College there is a 
short winter course for adult farmers 
that is being eagerly taken advantage of 

Texas has ten agricultural experiment 
stations, namely: One at College Sta 
tion. partly supported by Federal ap 
propriations, and the following main- 
tained wholly by State funds: At Boo 
ville, Troupe, Denton. Temple, Beau 
mont, Angleton, Spur, Lubbock and 
Pecos. Besides these, there are stations 
established by the United States Bureau 
of Plant Industry and numerous agen- 
cies of the United States Department 
of Agriculture carrying forward useful 
work. It has been demonstrated that 
over 168 bushels of corn per acre can be 
grown in Texas. The long summers in 
this State permit corn to fully ripen, 
and owing to this fact, it never heats 
while being transported across the 
ocean. 

A law passed by the Thirty-second 
Legislature authorizes counties to estab- 
lish • county agricultural experiment 
farms. 

Great State fairs and expositions and 
many largely attended county fairs are 
held. 

Corporations organized to hold agri- 
cultural fairs, or encourage agricultural 
pursuits, are exempt from taxation. 

Very large prizes, offered by the 
Texas Industrial Congress, are inducing 
Texas tillers of the soil to apply scien- 
tific farming to the utmost in all 



branches this year, with results that 
cannot fail to prove of tremendous econ- 
omic value. 

The cattle interests of the State are 
safeguarded by the State Live Stock 
Sanitary Commission and Texas Cattle- 
men's Association. 

The laws of Texas are exccedingly 
favorable to agriculture and to the pro- 
tection of families from want that might 
otherwise come through financial mis- 
fortune. The homestead is exempt from 
forced sale, save for purchase money, 
improvements or taxes, and cannot be 
alienated without the consent of the 
wife; certain household furniture and 
implements and live stock, in the hands 
of the farmer, are exempt from forced 
sale for debt, except for purchase mon- 
ey, and farm products in the hands of 
the producer and family supplies for 
home and farm are exempt from taxa- 
tion. Protection of the horriestead ap- 
plies to people living in town as well as 
to those residing in the country. 

There are no occupation taxes on any 
useful pursuit. Taxes are lower in 
Texas than in any other State. 

There is no legal or other impedi- 
ment to conducting successfully legiti- 
mate pursuits in this State; on the con- 
trary, every encouragement and protec- 
tion is afforded them by constitution, 
statutes and public sentiment. 

In situation, size, climate, products, 
material possibilities, and free common 
school, high school, normal school, uni- 
versity and other facilities, laws and 
range of opportunities, Texas stands 
easily at the front in the splendid galaxy 
of commonwealths that, compose the 
Federal Union and to the homeseeker 
and capitalist offers unexampled advan- 
tages. 

ED. R. KONK, 

Commissioner of Agriculture. 



STATE EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT 



Capitol Building, Austin. 



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The State Officers. 
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Governor — Oscar B. Colquitt. Salary, 
$4,000. 

Lieutenant Governor — W. H. Mayes. 
Salary, $5 per day when legislature is 
in session. 

Attorney General— B. F. Looney. Sal- 
ary, $4,000. 

Controller— W. P. Lane. Salary, $2,- 
500. 

Treasurer — J. M. Edwards. Salary, 
$2,500. 

Supt. of Public Instruction — W. F 
Doughty. Salary, $2,500. 

Commissioner of Agriculture — E. R. 
Kone. Salary, $2,500. 

Commissioner of the General Land 
Office— J. T. Robinson. Salary, $2,500. 

Railroad Commissioners - — Allison 
Mayfield, E. B. Mayfield, W. D. Wil- 
liams. Salary, $4,000. 

APPOINTIVE. 

Secretary of State — F. C. Welnert. 
Salary, $2,000. 

Commissioner of Insurance and Bank- 
ing— W. W. Collier. Salary, $5,000. 



State Tax Commissioner — A. L. Love 
Salary $2,500. 

Assistant Attorney General — C. E, 
Lane. Salary, $3,000. 

Adjutant General — Henry Hutebins 
Salary, $2,000. 

State Health Officer — Ralph Steiner, 
M. D. Salary, $2,500. 

State Revenue Agent — E. B. House. 
Salary, $2,000. 

Game, Fish and Oyster Commissioner 
— W. G. Sterrett. Salary, $2,500. 

Labor Commissioner — J. S. Starling. 
Salary, $2,000. 

Purchasing Agent — J. H. Elliott. Sal- 
ary, $2,000. 

Supt. of Public Buildings — A. B. Con- 
ley. Salary, $1,500. 

State Mining Inspector — lsadore Bio 
man. Salary, $2,000. 

Pure Food Commissioner — J.S. Ab- 
bott. Salary, $2 000. 

Reclamation Engineer — A. A. Stiles. 
Salary, $3,600. 

Pension Commissioner — G. W.Kyser, 
Salary, $2,000. 

Penitentiary Commissioners — S. J. 
Bass, W. O. Murray, \V. O. Stamps. 
Salary, $3,600. 



Fire Marshal — Wallace Inglish. 

Supt. State Institute for Training of 
Juveniles— W. B. Gray. Salary, $1,800. 

Inspector of Masonry — J. B. Nitschke. 

State Levee and Drainage Commis- 
sioner — A. A. Stiles. 



BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS. 
BOARD OF EDUCATION. 
The Governor, the Controller and the 
Secretary of State. 



BOARD OF REGENTS OF THE UNI- 
VERSITY OF TEXAS. 
Clarence Ousley, Ft. Worth; G. W. 
Littlefield, Austin; W. II. Burgess, El 
Paso; Alex. Sanger, Dallas; W. H. 
Stark, Orange; F. W. Cook, San An- 
tonio; W. C. Hogg, Houston; Dr. A. W. 
Fly, Galveston; .1. W. Graham, Travis 
County. 



BOARD OF DIRECTORS AGRICUL- 
TURAL AND MKCIIANCIAL 
COLLEGE. 
E. B. Cushing, Houston; J. L. 
Gulon, Ballinger; J. A. Kyle, Houston; 
W. Peteet, Ft. Worth; L. J. Hart, San 



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Boards and Commissions 



Antonio: R. U Bennett, Paris; E. H. 
Astin, Bryan; T E. Battle, Marlin; J. 
S. Williams. Paris. 

BOARD OF REGENTS OP JOHN TAR- 
IiETCX COLLEGE. 

John Cage, F. S. White, W. D. Ber- 
mett, James Jones and W. Kiker, ali of 
Stephensville; R. T. Hume, Mineral 
Wells. 

BOARD OF REGENTS OF NORMAL 
SCHOOLS. 

W. . J. Crawford, Beaumont; W. H. 
Fua.ua. Amarillo: A. C. Goeth, Austin; 
Peter Radford, Weatherford. Secretary, 
B. B. Binon, Austin. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS EPILEPTIC 
COLONY. 
E. V. Muir, Abilene; John Boyer, 
Abilene; B. L. Russell. Baird; H. B. 
Cook. Abilene; E. E. Hall. Abilene; Geo. 
Miller, Abilene. 



BOARD OF REGENTS, COLLEGE OF 
INDUSTRIAL ARTS. 
J. H. Lowry, Honey Grove; S. P. 
Harbin, Dallas; Mrs. Flora B. Cameron, 
Waco; Miss E. Breckenridge, San An- 
tonio; J". C. Coit, Denton; W. D. 
Adams, Kaufman; Mrs. S. B. Capps, 
Ft. Worth. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS OF STATE 
BLIND INSTITUTE. 
W. A. Trenckmann, Austin; E. J. 
Byrne, Austin: M. T. Fowler, Austin; 
F. G. Reynolds, Austin; C. D. Johns 
Austin; Ed Giesen, San Marcos. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES STATE DEAF 
AND DUMB INSTITUTE. 
Joe Koen, Austin; S. F. Nolen, Aus- 
tin; Moiitz Silver, Austin; T. D. White. 
Austin; R. W. Finley, Austin; T. D 
Vaughan, Bertram. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES STATE 
LUNATIC ASYLUM. 
W. H. Foils, Austin: W. F. Wolf, 
Austin; J. R. Kubena, Fayetteville: T. 
J. Rowzee, Austin; Carl Nelson, Round 
Rock. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS STATE OR- 
PHANS' HOME. 
John H. Hice, Aaron Ferguson. R. J. 
Saunders, Win. Conner, W. B. Parker, 
R. S. Neblett and M. Young, all of Cor- 
sicana. 



STATE BOARD OF EMBALMING. 

G. W. Laudermilk, Dallas: C. B. Suth- 
erland, Corsirana; C. N. Huiuason. Luf- 
kin; L. C. Puckett, Waco. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS STATE IN- 
DUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR BOYS. 
- Dr. S. P. Brooks, Waco; M.'M. Harris, 
Waco; D. R. Hall, Gatesville; F. H 
Robertson, Crawford; W. W. Sealey, 
Waco; Dr. D. C. Homan, Oglesby. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS STATE IN- 
DUSTRIAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. 
Mrs. Edward Rotan, Waco; Mrs. J. 

W. Galbreath, Ft. Worth; Patrick 

Henry, Ft. Worth. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS STATE TU- 
BERCULAR SANITARIUM. 
T. J. Clegg, M. B. Pulliam, Chas. 
Hobbs and George Bird, all of San An- 
gelo. 



STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 
Dr. A. W. Fly, Galveston; Dr. K H 
Beall, Ft. Worth; Dr. B. F. Calhoun, 
Beaumont; Dr. B. M." Worsham. El 
Paso; Dr. H. L. McLaurin, Dallas; Dr. 
S. M. Lister, Houston. 

INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT BOARD. 
J. D. Savers, Austin: W. J. Moran 
Tarrant County; O. P. Pyle, Belton. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES SOUTHWEST- 
ERN INSANE ASYLUM. 
V. P. Brown, W. C. Rigsby, Gus Zal- 
nianzia, G. L. Maverick, H. G. Staacke 
and J. F. Carl, all of San Antonio. 

BOARD OF MANAGERS NORTH 
TEXAS HOSPITAL FOR INSANE. 
G. E. Kelley. J. S. Grinnan, R. C. 
Goodman, J. C. Lyan, A. PL Andrews 
and T. B. Griffith, ail of Terrell. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS CONFEDER 
ATE HOME. 
W. C. Walsh, Austin; Wm. Owen. 
Bastrop; R. O. Harris, San Saba; W. 
R. Davis, Austin; Houston Haynie, 
Kemp. 



BOARD OF MANAGERS CONFEDER 
ATE WOMAN'S HOME. 
W. R. Hamby, Austin; T. H. Davis, 
Austin; W. P. Allen, Austin; Miss M 
E. Johnson, Austin; J. W. Cloud. Aus- 
tin; Dave Harrell, Austin; J. H. Chiles 
Austin; Mrs. C. B. Stone, Galveston. 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES DEAF, DUMB 

AND BLIND INSTITUTE. 

(Colored.) 

Rev. Joshua Phipps, Austin; W I) 

Miller, Austin; Ed Schultze, Austin; 

E. Cartlcdge, Austin; W. M. Dunson, 

Austin; 3. F. Grumbles, Austin. 



STATE MIXING BOARD. 
C. N. Avery, Chairman, Austin; I. J. 
Broman, Inspector, Austin; Howard 
Bland. Taylor; W. K. Gordon. Thurber; 
Wm. Wimberly, Decatur; A. S. Master. 
Stephensville; H. C. Koehler. Sail An- 
tonio; N. M. Bullock, Rockdale. 



STATE HUMANE SOCIETY. 
Mrs. R. L. Pollard, Austin; Mrs. 0. 
H. Butler, Austin; Mrs. T. S. Maxey, 
Austin; J. G. Palm, Austin: A. J. Eilers, 
Austin: J. E. Farnsworth, Dallas; Mrs. 
P. K. Ewing, Houston; Dr. B. F Kings- 
ley, San Antonio; Rev. P. A. Heckman. 
Temple; Miss Genevieve Powers, Vic- 
toria. 



STATE BOARD OF MEDICAL EX- 

. A MINERS. 

Dr. J. H. Evans, Pres., Palestine; 

Dr. J. F. Bailey, Vice-Pres., Waco; Dr. 

W. L. Crosthwaite, Sec, Waco; Dr. W. 

B. Collins, Crockett; Dr. G. L. Bader, 
Quitman: Dr. E. B. Osborne, Cleburne; 
Dr. M. E. Daniel, Bonham; Di. J. T. 
Crowe, Dallas; Dr. S. L. Scothorn, Dal- 
las; Dr. G. W. Johnson, San Antonio; 
Dr. H. C. Marrow, Austin. 

STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EX- 
AMINERS. 
T. S. Cart vvright, Denison; A. F. 
Sontag, Waco; M. J. Biscoe, Ft. Worth; 

C. M. McCauley, Abilene; W. F. Sher- 
rer, Houston; W. D. McCarty, San An- 
tonio. 

STATE BOARD OF PHARMACY. 

H. V. Schumann, New Braunfels; J. 
R. Crittenden, Fairfield; J. A. Weeks, 
Ballinger; II. C. Jackson, Austin. 



LIVE STOCK SANITARY COMMIS- 
SION. 
W. N. Waddell, Ft. Worth: J. W. 
Johnson,- San Angelo; A. M. McFauden. 
Victoria. 

STATE QUARANTINE OFFICERS. 

A. S. Pollock, Sabine; V. E. McFar-' 
land, Eagle Pass; J. A. Ramsey. Aran- 
sas Pass: T. J. McCamant, El Paso; 
O. L. Crouch, Port O'Connor; E. S. Mc- 
Cain. Brownsville; B. H. Carleton, 
Velasco; J. L. McGlasson, Galvestou; 
W. E. Lowery. Laredo. 

GOVERNING BOARD AGRICULTUR- 
AL. EXPERIMENT STATION. 
W. H. Mayes, Brownwood : P. L 
Downs, Temple; Chas. Rogan. Austin. 

LIBRARY AND HISTORICAL COM- 
MISSION. 
Mrs. Joseph D. Sayers, Austin; Mrs. 
Joseph B. Dibiell, Seguin; H. N. Fitz- 
gerald, Dallas. 



STATE BOARD OF VETERINARY 
SURGEONS. 
C. C. Parker, San Angelo; S. J 
Swift, Austin; J. W. Burby, San An 
tonio; W. A. Knight, Houston; F. G 
Cook, Paris; T. W. Watson, Corsicana 



STATE BOARD OF NURSE EX- 
AMINERS. 
Maud Mueller, San Antonio; Lucy 
Brunson, Temple; Clara L. Shackford, 
Galveston; Mildred Bridges, Ft. Worth; 
M. E. Chuniley, Waco. , 



BOARD OF PARDON ADVISERS. 
0. C. Kirvin, Mexia; Louis von Haven, 
Fredericksburg. 



BOARD OF WATER ENGINEERS. 
Prof. J. C. Nagle, John Wilson, E. B. 
Gore. 



FIRE INSURANCE COMMISSION. 

S. M. Inglish, State Fire Marshal; A. 
H. Haynes, Austin: W. W. Collier. State 
Commissioner of Insurance and Bank- 
ing, ex-officio Chairman. 

BOARD OF APPRAISERS OK SCHOOL 
LANDS. 
R. W. Priest, Carthage; L. E. Cowl- 
ing, Canyon; J. T. Robtson, Land Com- 
missioner, ex-officio. 

SAN JACINTO PARK COMMISSION. 
Joe S. Rice, Houston; Mrs. Roslne 
Ryan, Houston; J. K. P. Gillespie, Hous- 
ton. 



GONZALES STATE PARK COMMIS- 
SION. 
R. S. Dil worth, Gonzales; J. W. R.iin- 
boR, Gonzales; Jno. C. Jones, Gonzales. 



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PILOT COMMISSIONERS • FOR GAL- 
VESTON. 
R. W. Smith, Galveston; T. J. Ander- 
son, Galveston; T. L. Cross, Galveston; 
Daniel McBride, Galveston; C. N. Rode, 
Galveston; Geo. M. Kelley, Galveston. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR 
HOUSTON. 
E. A. Peden, Houston; J. S. Bonner, 
• Houston; Jack O'Neal, Houston; P. C. 
Foley, Houston; \V. S. Cochran, Hous- 
ton. 



PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR PORT 
ARANSAS. 
Frank Swenson, Port Aransas; J. E. 
Cotter, Port Aransas. W. B. Harmon, 
Port Aransas; R. L. Mercer, Port Ar- 
ansas; J. P. Brundrett, Port Aransas; 
E. B. Mercer. Port Aransas. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR PORT 
ARTHUR. 
Geo. M. Craig, Port Arthur; J. Car- 
thell, Port Arthur; F. II. Robinson. Port 
Arthur; J. Frank Keith. Port Arthur; 
B. L. Root, Port Arthur. 

PILOT COMMISSIONERS FOR SA- 
BINE-NECHES CANAL. 
S. W. Livingston, Orange; Harvey 
Gilbert. Beaumont; Harvey Fletcher, 
Beaumont; F. H. Farwell, Orange; 
Eugene Ligon, Beaumont. 

PUBLIC WEIGHERS FOR GAL- 
VESTON. 
E. K. Marrest, Galveston; ,T. E. La- 
busan, Galveston; C. M. Wolston, Gal- 
veston; O. R. Hoecker, Galveston. 



PURLIC WEIGHERS FOR HOUSTON. 
S. E. Boyd, Houston; W. C. Crane, 
Houston; David Rice, Houston; W. E. 
Edmundsoi), Houston. 



TEXAS EMPLOYES' INSURANCE 
ASSOCIATION. 

H. B. Rice, Houston; J. S. Radford, 
Houston; J. S. Cullinan, Houston- Paul 
Waples, Ft. Worth; E. R. Bolton, Waco; 
L. Miller, Orange; W. E. Mosher, Dal- 
las; E. T. Moore, Dallas; S. T. Mor- 
gan, Dallas; Gustav Giesecke, San An- 
tonio; Ernesc Stevens, San Antonio; 
Eugene Cherry, Sherman. 



TEXAS NATIONAL GUARD. 

Commander-in-Chief — Gov. 0. B. Col- 
quitt. 

Adjutant General — Brig. Gen. Henry 
Kut chins. 

Personal Staff — Lieut.-Col. Otto Her- 
old, Dallas; Lleut.-Col. W. W. Cam- 
eron, Waco; Lieut.-Col. E. H. R. Green, 
Terrell; Lieut.-Col. F. A. Chapa, San 
Autonio; Lieut.-Col. A. Gross, Waco, 
Lieut.-Col. 0. C. Guessaz, San Antonio; 
Lieut.-Col. D. J. Matthews, Houston; 
Lieut-Col. H. B. Moore, Texas City; 
Lieut.-Col. J. L. Peeler, Austin; Lieut.- 
Col. J. S. Williams, Paris; Lieut.-Col. 
Otto Wahrmund, San Antonio; Lieut.- 
Col. F. G. Petti bone, Galveston. 

Adjutant General's Department — 
Brig.-Geu., Henry Hutchins, Austin, Ad- 
jutant General; Assistants: Coi. E. R. 
York, Austin; Maj. P. M. Hunt, Stam- 
ford; Maj. F. J. Badger, San Antonio. 

Inspector General's Department — 
Major Walter G. Lacy, Waco; Major 



xUlen Buell. San Antonio; Major E. H. 
Roach, Dallas. 

Judge Advocate General's Depart- 
ment — Major Thomas P. Buffington. 
Anderson; Major Ingham S. Roberts. 
Houston; Capt. F. S. Rogers. Kaufman. 

Quartermaster's Department — Assist- 
ant Quartermaster General, Col. Em- 
met E. Walker, Austin. Quartermasters: 
Major John L. Sparger, Dallas; Major 
Smith C. Pedigo, St. Jo; Capt. N. P. 
Houx, Mexia; Capt. Thomas D. Affleck. 
Coleman; Capt. Dan B. Myer, Terrell; 
Capt. Peter Schramm, Taylor; Capt. 
W. A. Tew, Austin; Capt. J. R. Ricker, 
Houston; Second Lieut. G. L. Murray, 
Austin. 

Subsistence Department — Major J. 
Lee Gammon, Waxahachie; Major 
Charles A. Davis, Abilene; Capt. Oliver 
P. Storm, Dallas; Capt. Edward B. Wil- 
liams, Dallas; Capt. J. E. W. Thomas, 
Dallas; Capt. J. H. Zachry, Uvaldo; 
Capt. F. O. Post, Waco; First Lieut. 

E. E. Bruck, Waco; Second Lieut. H. C. 
Smith, Austin. 

Pay Department — Major Asa C. Wil- 
son, Dallas; Capt. J. L. Lockett, 
Fort Worth; Capt. Ethol H. Shields, 
Navasota; Capt. R. M. Colquitt, Hous- 
ton; Capt. T. J. Bowman, Austin; Capt. 
J. L. Little, Kountze; Capt. L. G. White. 
Fort Worth. 

Ordnance Department — Major 0. C. 
Guessaz, San Antonio; Capt. J. W. 
Speight, Waco; Capt. C. L. Test. Aus- 
tin; Capt. David S. Kritser, Amarillo; 
Capt. Kenneth W. Read, Decatur; Capt. 

C. G. Duff, Hillsboro; First Lieut. S. 

D. Ridings, Amarillo; First Lieut.. S. 
B. Blount, Houston. 

Medical Corps — Major Alvin B. 
Kennedy, Chief Medical Officer, Bon- 
ham; Major Thomas V. Fryar, Corsi- 
cana; Major J. L. Short, Houston; 
Major Scurry L. Terrell. Dallas; Capt. 

F. C. Floeckinger, Taylor; Capt. J. M. 
Loving, Austin; Capt. H. F. Sterzing, 
Austin; Capt. T. R. Burnett, Jr. Carroll- 
ton; Capt. J. L. Denson, Cameron; Capt. 
W. L. Robinson, Hubbard; Capt. G. M. 
Decherd, Austin; First Lieut. H. R. 
Levy, Dallas; First Lieut. J. J. O'Reilly, 
Fort Worth; First Lieut. H. W. New- 
man, Austin; First Lieut. R. E. 
Hughes, Gainesville; First Lieut. I. L. 
McGlasson, Galveston; First Lieut. W. 
P. Barron, Carmona; First Lieut. D. 
H. Lawrence, Galveston; First Lieut. 
George B. Calnan, El Paso; First Lieut. 
H. O Sappington, Galveston; First 
Lieut. George F. Thomas, Amarillo; 
First Lieut. W. E. Lowry, Laredo; First 
Lieut. E. W. Loomis, Dallas; First 
Lieut. Joseph D. Cohn, Corpus Christ!; 
First Lieut. Harris McCoach, San An- 
tonio; First Lieut. W. C. Tenery, Waxa- 
hachie. 

Hospital Corps — Fort Worth detach- 
ment. First Lieut. J. J. O'Reilly, com- 
manding. Galveston detachment, First 
Lieut. I. L. McGlasson, commanding. 

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS FROM 
TEXAS. 

Senators. 

C. A. Culberson, Morris Sheppard. 
Representatives. 

At-Large — H. W. Summers, Dallas; 
D. E. Garrett, Houston. 

1st Dist.— H. W. Vaughan, Texar- 
kana. 

2d Dist. — Martin Dies, Beaumont. 

3d Dist. — James Young, Kaufman. 

4th Dist— Sam Rayburn, Bonham. 



5th Dist.— J. Beall, Waxahachie. 

6th Dist. — Rufus Hardy, Corsicana. 

7th Dist. — A. W. Gregg, Palestine. 

8th Dist.— J. H. Eagles, Houston. 

9th Dist. — G. F. Burgess, Gonzales. 

10th Dist— J. P. Buchanan, Brenham. 

11th Dist.— R. L Henry. Waco. 

12th Dist. — Oscar Callaway, Com- 
anche. 

13th Dist. — J. H. Stevens, Vernon. 

14th Dist.— J. L. Slayden, San An- 
tonio. 

lath Dist.— J. N. Garner, Uvalde. 

16th Dist.— W. R. Smith, Colorado. 



MEMBERS OF THE TEXAS STATE 
LEGISLATURE. 

Senators. 
Vacant. 

H. L. Darwin, Cooper. 
F. M. Gibson, Bonham. 
-S. B. Cowell, Whitesboro. 
-E. Westbrook, Farmers- 



lst Dist. 
2d Dist.— 
3d Dist.— 
4th Dist.- 
5tli Dist.- 

ville 

6th Dist.- 
7th Dist.- 
8ih Dist.- 
9th Dist.- 
10th Dist 
11th Dist. 
12th Dist. 
13th Dist 

kin. 

14th Dist. 
15th Dist 
16th Dist 
17th Dist. 
ISth Dist 
19th Dist- 
20th Dist 
21st Dist. 
22d Dist.- 
23d Dist.- 
24th Dist 
25th Dist. 
26th Dist 

wood. 

27th Dist, 
2Sth Dist, 
29th Dist 
30th Dist 

Worth. 
31st Dist 



—J. C. McNealus, Dallas. 
-E. M. Greer, Wills Point. 
-E. H. Carter, Center. 
— R. L. Warren, Terrell. 
, — W. C. Morrow, Hillsboro. 
— H. B. Terrell. West. 
— J. R. Austin, Bryan. 
— W. J. Townsend, Jr., Luf- 

— V. A. Collins. Beaumont. 
— C. W. Nugent, Conroe. 
— L. H. Bailey, Houston. 
.— W. L. Hall, Wbarton. 
— E. I. Clark, Schulenburg. 
— Q. U. Watson. Giddings. 
.-- T. H. McGregor, Austin. 
— J. A. Harley. Soguin. 
—J. H. Bailey, Cuero. 
-J. G. Willacy. Portland. 
— JuMus Real, Kerrville. 
,— C. B. Hudspeth, El Paso. 
— R. P. Conner, Brown- 

— (.'. W Taylor, Rogers. 
— H. P. Brelsford, Eastland. 
— W. A. Johnson, Memphis. 
.— O. S. Lattimore, Ft. 

—J. R. Wiley. St. Jo. 
Representatives. 

1st Dist. — L. H. Henry, Texarkana. 

2d Dist.— J. M. Rickerson, Atlanta. 

3d Dist.— T. D. Rowell, Jefferson. 

4th Dist — J. B. Furrh, Elysian 
Fields. 

5th Dist — S. 

Cth Dist— C. 

7th Dist. — A. 
doches. 

8th Dist.— G. F. Oliver, Center. 

9th Dist. — W. W. King, Bronson. 

10th Dist. — T. L. Foster, San Augus- 
tine. 

11th Dist. — F. O. Fuller, Cold 
Springs. 

12tn Dist.— J. M. Rich, Liberty. 

13th Dist.— S. B. Cooper, Jr., Beau- 
mont. 

14th D'st.— E. L. Bruc, Orange. 

15th Dist. — J. H. Kirhy, Houston; Au- 
gust Haxthausen, Houston; E. A. Cal- 
vin, Houston; E. R. Brown, Houston. 

16th Dist. — J. W. Campbell, Galves- 
ton 

17th Dist.— C. P. MacGill, Galveston. 

18th Disk— R. T. Mulcahy, Rosenberg. 

19th Dist.— J. H. Roach, Blessing. 

20th Dist.— W. L. Hill, riuntavllle. 

21st Dist. — W. E. Neeley, Anderson 

22d Dist. — J. L. Fountain, Bryan. 



S. Baker, Carthage. 
L. Stone, Henderson. 

Russell, Nacog- 



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-D. C. Dove, Buffalo. 
—Nat Patton, Crockett. 
— Z. Broughton, Palestine 
— J. B. Long, Rusk. 
— D. M. Reedy. Tyler. 
— A. C. Robbins, Athens. 
— E. M. Chrestman, Grand 

- — J. W. Ussery, Winnsboro. 
— J. J. Stephens, Gilmer. 
—Julius Barrett, Mt. Pleas 

-W. O. Dime, Detroit. 

— R. R. Williams, Cumby. 

— ,T. J. Cox, Cooper. 

— D. W. Dickens. Lamar. 

— John Cunningham, Ra- 

-J. M. Raiden, Honey 



23d Dist- 

24th Dist 

25th Dist 

26th Dist 

27th Dist 

28th Dist. 

29th Disi. 
Saline. 

30th Dist. 

31st Dist. 

32d Dist- 
ant. 

33d Dist- 

34th Dist.- 

35th Dist - 

36th Dist.- 

37th Dist.- 
venna. 

38th Dist.- 
Grove. 

39th Dist. — E. F. Mangum, Greenville. 

40th Dist. — T. B. Ridgell. Rockwall. 

41st Dist. — J. L. Yarbrough, Lavon. 

42d Dist.— T. B. Reeves, Sherman; J. 
\j. Webb, Tioga. 

43d Dist.— C. M. Spradley, Allen. 

44th Dist. — Dwight Levelling, Dal- 
las; J. W. Parker, Dallas; J. E. Davis, 
Mesquite; W. C. McKamy, Renner. 

45th Dist.— E. E. Thompson, Kauf- 
man. 

46th Dist —A. 

47th Dist — T. 
Prairie. 

48th Dist.— G. .0. Craven. Pilot Point. 

49th Dist. — W. O. Nabours, Montague. 

50th Dist.— A. D. Rogers, Decatur. 

tlst Dist. — E. H. Grindstaff, Peaster. 

52d Dist.— L. J. Wortham, Fort 
Worth; B. P. Paddock, Fort Worth; 
H. P. Lane, Fort Worth. 

53d Dist. — F. T. Vickers, Cleburne. 

54th Dist.— S. J. Hunter, Fort Worth. 

55th Dist.— W. E. Cox, Waxahachie; 
R. L. Sullivan, Italy. 



M. Owsley, Denton. 
G. Collins, Grand 



56th Dist— R. T. Burns. Irene. 

57th Dist.— J. H. Woods, Corsicana. 

58th Dist. — W.A. Tarver, Corsicana. 

59th Dist.— C. H. Mills. Corsicana. 

60th Dist.— J. J. Vannoy, Tehuacana. 

61st Dist.— H. P. Jordan, Waco; N. 
B. Williams, Waco. 

62d Dist.— Vacant. 

63d Dist.— J. F. Coffey, Eddy. 

64th Dist. — Daniel Parker, Calvert. 

65th Dist— R. R. Tyson, Maysfield. 

66th Dist.— W. R. Butler, Temple. 

67th Dist.— H. B. Savage, Belton. 

68th Dist. — A. C. Murray, Caldwell. 

69th Dist.— S. D. W. Lowe, Bren- 
ham. 

70th Dist— G. A. Heilig, La Grange. 

71st Dist.— Geo. Herder, La Grange. 

72d Dist.— W. T. Bagby, Hallettsville. 

73d Dist.— W. L. Hall, Wharton. 

74th Dist. — Leopold Morris, Victoria. 

7.5th Dist.— J. W. Flournoy. Beeville. 

76th Dist.— P. F. Dunn, Corpus 
Christi. 

77th Dist.— S. B. Householder, San 
Benito. 

78th Dist.— D. W. Glasscock, McAllen. 

79th Dist.— A. R. Smith, Laredo. 

80th Dist.— F. H. Burmeister, Chris- 
tine. 

81st Dist.— A. S. Crisp, Cuero. 

82d Dist.— O. B. Robertson, Waelder. 

83d Dist. — James Greenwood, Seguin. 

84th Dist.— Sam]. Gates, Runge. 

85th Dist. — Bernard Schwegman, San 
Antonio; D. A. McAskill, San Antonio; 
Otto Wahrmuud, San Antonio; C. H. 
Terrell, San Antonio. 

86th Dist— F. L. Tiller. Luling. 

87th Dist. — Wm. Bicrschwale, Fred- 
ericksburg. 

88th Dist.— Dan'l Watson, San Mar- 
cos. 

S9th Dist.— G. W. Mendell, Jr., Aus- 
tin; O. E. dander, Austin. 



90th Dist- 
91st Dist- 

town. 

»2d Dist — 
93d Distrie 
94th Dlst- 
95th Dist.- 
96th Dist.- 
97th Dist- 
9Sth Dist.-- 

Wells. 

99th Dist.- 
100th Dist. 
101st Dist. 
102d Dist.- 

morton. 
103d Dist- 
104th Dist. 
105th Dist 
106th Dist. 
107th Dist 
108th Dist 
109th Dist. 
110th Dist. 
111th Dist. 
112th Dist 
113th Dist. 
114th Dist. 
115th Dist. 

ville. 

116th Dist. 
117th Dist. 

Pass. 

118th Dist. 
119th Dist 
120th Dist. 
121st Dist. 
122d Dist - 
123d Dist- 
U4th Dist 

lingsworth. 
125th Dist 
126th Dist 
127th Dist 



-Roger Byrne, Smithville. 
-J. D. Hughes, George- 

E. M. Dodson, Burnet, 
t— J. H. Morris, Oglesby. 
-A. R. Watson, Mullin. 
-L. A. Colquitt, Rio Vista. 
-W. B. Goodner. Dublin. 
-C. D. Spann, Glon Rose. 
-E. B. Ritchie, Mineral 

—Vacant. 

. — E. P. Haney, Henrietta. 

— Vacant. 

— R. B. Humphrey, Throck- 

-W. H. Ratcliff. Quanah 
— W. D. Cope, Childress. 
. — A. J. Hagins, Jayion. 
— T. J. Barren, Anson. 
—J. M. Wagstaff, Abilene. 
— R. G. Powell, Baird. 

T. S. Ross. DeLeon. 

H. P. Taylor, May. 

R. S. Griggs. Ballinger. 
— Vacant. 

D. L. Harp, San Angelo. 

M. F. Allison, San Saba. 

A. M. Kennedy. Kerr- 

— H. P. Hornby, Uvalde. 
— J. O. Boehmer, Eagle 

— R. F. Burges, El Paso. 
— E. L. Harris, El Paso. 
— G. N. Gentry, Pecos. 
— J. N. Woods, Rotan. 
-T. M. Bartley, Tahoka. 
— L. C. Penry, Plain view. 
— R. L. Templeton, Col- 

--H. R. Greer. Amarillo. 
— M. T. Blalock. Marshall. 
— L. Tillotson, Sealy. 



THE STATE JUDICIARY 



THE SUPREME COURT. 
Located at Austin. 

Chief Justice — T. J. Brown; term ex- 
pires 1918. 

Associate Justices — Nelson Phillips, 
term expires 191C; Wm. E. Hawkins, 
term expires 1914. 

Clerk— F. T. Connerly. 

The salary of each Justice of the Su- 
preme Court is £5,000 and his term of 
office six years. 

COURT OF CRIMINAL APPEALS. 
Located at Austin. 

Presiding Jurige — J. A. C. Pender 
gast; term expires 1918. 

Associate Judges — W. L. Davidson 
term expires 1914; A. J. Harper, term 
expires 1916. 

Clerk— E. P. Smith. 

The salary of each judge of the Court 
of Criminal Appeals is $5,000, and his 
term of office six years. 



COURTS OF CIVIL APPEALS. 

FIRST DISTRICT, GALVESTON. 

Chief Justice— R. A. Pleasants; term 
expires 1914. 

Associate Justices — S. A. McMcans 
term expires 1916; T. S. Reese, term 
expires 1918. 



Clerk — Harry Garrett. 

Composed of the counties of Ander- 
son, Angelina, Austin, Brazoria, Brazos 
Burleson, Chambers, Colorado, De Witt 
Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes 
Hardin, Harris, Houston, Jackson, Jas 
per, Jefferson, Lavaca, Leon, Liberty 
Madison, Matagorda, Montgomery, Na 
cogdoches, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sa 
bine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Trin 
ity, Tyler, Walker, Waller, Washington 
and Wharton. 

SECOND DISTRICT, FORT WORTH 

Chief Justice — T. H. Conner, term ex- 
pires 1916. 

Associate Justices — Irby Dunkin 
term expires 1918; Ocie Speer, term 
expires 1914. 

Clerk— J. A. Scott. 

Composed of the counties of Aicher, 
Baylor, Bosque, Callahan, Clay, Com- 
anche, Cooke, Denton, Eastland Erath, 
Haskell, Hood, Howard, Jack, Johnson 
Jones, Knox, Mitchell, Montague, Nolan, 
Palo Pinto, Parker, Shackelford. Som- 
ervell, Stephens, Stonewall, Tarrant, 
Taylor, Throckmorton, Wichita, Wise 
and Young. 



THIRD DISTRICT, AUSTIN. 
Chief Justice— W. M. Key; term 
pires 1918. 



Associate Justices — R. H. Rice; term 
expires 1916; C. H. Jenkins, term ex- 
pires 1914. 

Clerk — R. H. Connerly. 

Composed of the counties of Bastrop, 
Bell, Blanco, Brown, Burnet, Caldwell, 
Coke, Coleman, Comal, Concho. Coryell, 
Crockett, Falls, Hamilton, Hays, Irion, 
Lampasas, Lee, Llano, McCulloch, Mc- 
Lennan, Milam, Mills, Robertson. Run- 
nels, San Saba, Schleicher, Sterling, 
Tom Green, Travis and Williamson. 



Taliaferro, 
Moursund, 



FOURTH DISTRICT, SAN ANTONIO. 

Chief Justice— W. S. Fly; term ex- 
pires 1918. 

Associate Justices — G. 
term expires 1914; A. 
term expires 1916. 

Clerk — Joseph Murray. 

Composed of the counties of Aransas, 
Atascosa, Bandera, Bee, Bexar, Brooks, 
Calhoun, Cameron, Dimmit. Dunn, Du- 
val, Edwards, Frio, Gillespie, Goliad, 
Gonzales. Guadalupe. Hidalgo. Jim 
Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes, Kend II 
Kerr, Kimball, Kinney, Kleberg. La 
Salle, Live Oak, McMullen. Mason, Mav- 
erick, Medina, Menard. Nueces. Rial. 
Refugio. San Patricio, Sutton, Cvalde, 
Val Verde, Victoria, Webb, Willacy, 
Wilson, Zapata and Zavalla. 



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FIFTH DISTRICT. DALLAS. 

Chief Justice — Anson Rainey; term 
expires 1916. 

Associate Justices — J. M. Talbot, term 
expires 1914; C. A. Rasbury, term ex- 
pires 1918. 

Clerk— G. W. Blair. 

Comprised of the counties of Collin, 
Dallas, Deita, Ellis, Freestone, Grayson, 
Henderson. Hill, Hunt, Kaufman. Lime- 
stone, Navarro, Rains, Rockwall, Van 
.Zandt and Wood. 



SIXTH DISTRICT, TEXARKAXA. 

Chief Justice — S. P. Wilson; term ex- 
pires 191-4. 

Associate Justices — R. B. Levy, term 
expires 1916; Win. Hodges, term ex- 
pires 191S 

Clerk— E. T. Rosborough. 

Composed of the counties of Bowie, 
Camp, Cass, Cherokee, Franklin. Gregg. 
Harrison, Hopkins, Kaufman, Lamar, 
Marion, Morris. Panola. Red River, 
Rusk, Shelby, Smith, Titus and Upshur. 

SEVENTH DISTRICT, AMARILLO. 

Chief Justice — S. P. Huff; term ex- 
pires 1918. 

Associate Justices — R. W. Hall, term 
expires 1914; H. G. Hendricks, term ex- 
pires 1916. 

Clerk— J. M. Oakes. 

Composed of the counties of Arm- 
strong, Bailey, Border, Brisco, Carson, 
Castro, Childress, Cochran, Collings- 
worth, Cottle, Crosby, Dallam. Dawson, 
Deaf Smith, Dickens, Donley, Fisher, 
Floyd, Foard, Gaines, Garza, Gray, Hale, 
Ha;i, Hansford, Hardeman, Hartley, 
Hemphill, Hockley, Hutchinson. Kent, 
King, Lamb, Lipscomb, Lubbock, Lynn, 
Moore, Motley, Ochiltree, Oldham, 
Parmer, Potter, Randall, Roberts, 
Scurry, Sherman. Swisher. Terry, 
Wheeler, Wilbarger. Yoakum. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. EL PASO. 

Chief Justice — J. R. Harper; term ex- 
pires 1918. 

Associate Justices — J 
term expires 1914; E. F 
expires 1916. 

Clerk— J. I. Driscoll. 

Composed of the counties of Andrews, 
Brewster, Crane, Culberson, Ector, El 
Paso, Glasscock, Jeff Davis, Loving, 
Martin, Midland, Pecos. Presidio, Rea- 
gan, Reeves, Terrell, Upton, Ward and 
Winkler. 



UNITED STATES COURTS IN 
TEXAS. 

District Courts. 

Northern District— Judge, Edward 
R. Meek, Dallas; Attorney, James C. 
Wilson, Fort Worth; Marshal. W. J. 
McDonald. Quanah; Clerk, L. C. May- 
nard, Dallas. 

Southern District — Judges, W. T. 
Burns, Houston: Attorney, L. McDan- 
iel, Houston; Marshal, J. A. Herring, 
Houston; Clerk, L. C. Mastersou, Hous- 
ton. 

Eastern District — Judge, Gordon Rus- 
sell, Sherman: Attorney, J. W. Ownby, 
Beaumont; Marshal, B. F. Sherrell, 
Jefferson. 

Western District — Judge Thomas S. 
Maxey, Austin; Attorney, J. L. Camp, 
San Antonio; Marshal, J. A. Rogers, 
Austin. 



F. McKenzie, 
Higgins, term 



STATE INSTITUTIONS. 
Educational. 
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS, AUSTIN. 
Pies— S. E. Mezes, Ph. D. LL. D. 
Business Mnigr. — I. P. Lockridge. 
Faculty embraces 45 professors, 10 
associate professors, -8 adjunct profes- 
sors, 73 instructors. 13 tutors. 94 stu- 
dent assistants, 17 librarians and assist- 
ants. 

AGRICULTURAL AND MECHANICAL 
COLLEGE. BRYAN. 

Pres — R. T. Miiner. 

Registrar — C. E. Friley 

Faculty embraces 38 professors and 
assistants. 



SOUTHWEST TEXAS NORMAL. 
SAN MARCOS. 
Pros.— C. B. Evans. 
Faculty embraces 25 professors, as- 
sistants and instructors. 

NORTHWEST TEXAS STATE NOR- 
MAL, CANYON. 
Pres. — R. B. Cousins. 
Faculty embraces 23 professors, in- 
structors and training school teachers. 



CHARITABLE AND ELEEMOSYNARY 
CONFEDERATE WOMEN'S HOME. 

AUSTIN. 
Supt. — Miss Kate Daffan. 



COLLEGE OF INDUSTRIAL ARTS, 
DENTON. 
Pres.— Wm. B. Bizzell. 
Sec. — J. D. Baldwin. 



SAM HOUSTON NORMAL INSTI- 
TUTE, HUNTSVILLE. 
Pres.— H. F. Estill. 
Faculty embraces 25 members. 



JUVENILE TRAINING SCHOOL FOR 
BOYS. GATESVII.LE 
Supt.— A. W. Eddins. 

NORTH TEXAS INSANE ASYLUM, 
TERRELL. 
Supt.— G. F. Powell, M. D. 

SOUTHWESTERN TEXAS INSANE 
ASYLUM, SAN ANTONIO. 
Supt.— F. S. White, M. D. 

STATE CONFEDERATE HO.ME. 
AUSTIN. 
Supt.— A. C. Oliver. 



STATE EPILEPTIC COLONY, 
ABILENE. 
Supt.— T. B. Bass, M. D. 



STATE LUNATIC ASYLUM, AUSTIN. 
Supt. — John Preston, M. D. 

STATE ORPHANS' HO.ME. CORSI- 

CANA. 
Supt. — W. F. Barnett. 



STATE SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND, 
AUSTIN. 
Pres.— F. G. Reynolds. 



NORTH TEXAS STATE NORMAL, 

DENTON. 
Pres. — W. H. Bruce. 
Sec— J. W. Smith. 

Faculty embraces 25 professors, as- 
sistants and instructors. 



TEXAS INSTITUTE FOR COLORED 
DEAF, DUMB AND BLIND. 
AUSTIN. 
Pres— W. D. Miller. 

TEXAS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF, 

AUSTIN. 
Pres. — Joe Koen. 



STATE SANATORIUM FOR TUBER- 
CULOSIS, CARLSBAD. 
Supt. — B. Lynn, M. D. 



COMMERCIAL LAWS 



ARREST. 

Imprisonment for debt is abolished 
ASSIGNMENTS. 

Susner.ded by the National Bank- 
ruptcy Act of 1898. 

ATTACHMENTS. 

The judges and clerks of the district 
ar.'d county courts, and justices of the 
peace, may issue writs of original at 
tachment, returnable to their respective 
courts, upon the plaintiff, his agent, or 
attorney, making an aflidavit. in writ 
ing, stating (1) that the defendant is 
justly indebted to the plaintiff, and the 
amount of the demand; (2) that the 
defendant is not a resident of the State 
or is a foreign corporation; (3) that he 
is about to remove permanently out ofi 



the State, and has refused to pay or 1 
secure the debt due the plaintiff; (4)j 
that he secretes himself so that thei 
ordinary process of law cannot be serv-| 
ed on him; (5) that he has secreted 1 
his property for the purpose of de- 
frauding his creditors; (0) or that he 
is about to secrete his property for the' 
purpose of defrauding his creditors; 
(7) or that he is about i.o remove his' 
property out of the State without leav-j 
ing sufficient remaining for the pay-| 
ment of his debts; (8) or that he Is. 
about to remove his property, or a part 
thereof, out of the county where thel 
suit is brought, with intent to defraud! 
his creditors; (9) or that he has dis-l 
posed of his property, in whole or ini 
part, with intent to defraud his crcdi-! 



tors; (10) or that he is about to dispose 
of his property with intent to defraud 
his creditors; (11) or that, he is about 
to convert his property, or a part there- 
of, into money, for the purpose of plac- 
ing it beyond the reacli of his creditors; 
(12) or that the debt is due for prop- 
erty obtained under false pretenses. The 
affidavit shall further stale: ill That 
the attachment is not sued out for the 
purpose ot injuring or harassing the de- 
fendant; and (2) that the plaintiff will 
probably lose his debt unless such at- 
tachment is issued. Bond in ;it least 
double the amount sworn to be due 
must be given. Attachment may be Is- 
sued before debt is due. 

CHATTEL MORTGAGES. 
Chattel mortgages, deeds of trust or 



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other instruments of writing Intended 
to operate as a lien upon personal prop- 
erty, not accompanied by immediate de- 
livery, and followed by actual change 
of possession is void against subsequent 
purchasers or lien holders in good faith, 
unless such instrument or a true copy 
thereof shall be forthwith deposited with 
and filed in the office of the county clerk 
of the county where the property is sit- 
uate, if the mortgagor be resident of 
this State, then of the county of his 
residence. . Upon receipt of such an 
instrument the clerk shall indorse 
thereon the time of receiving it, and 
shall file the same for the inspection of 
all parties interested. The instrument 
shall not be recorded in entirely, but 
the clerk shall enter a minute of it in 
a book kept for the purpose, stating 
time of receiption, names of mortgagor 
and mortgagee, date of the instrument, 
amount secured, when due, property 
mortgaged, etc. The person making 
such an instrument shall not remove 
the property pledged from the county, 
nor sell or dispose of the same, without 
the consent of the mortgagee; in case 
he does the mortgagee is entitled to the 
possession of the property and to 
have the same then sold for the pay- 
ment of his debt, whether the same has 
become due or not. Contracts of pur- 
chase on time notes, as is usual with 
pianos, sewing machines, etc., must be 
recorded as chattel mortgages to be 
good or valid against creditors, etc 
Every mortgage, deed or trust or other 
form of lien attempted to be given by 
the owner of any goods, wares or mer- 
chandise daily exposed to sale, in par- 
cels, in the regular course of the busi- 
ness of such merchandise, and contem 
plating a continuance of possession of 
saiu goods and control of said business 
by sale of said goods by said owner, i: 
deemed fraudulent and void. All reser 
vations of the title to property held 
in chattels as security for the purchase 
money thereof are held to be chattel 
mortgages, and when possession is de- 
livered to the vendee, are void as to 
creditors and bona fide purchasers, un- 
less such reservations be in writing and 
registered as required of chattel mort- 
gages; provided, that notning in this 
provision shall be construed to contra- 
vene the landlord and tenants act. 

COMMERCIAL PAPER. 
Three days of grace allowed on all 
negotiable paper. Paper maturing on 
Sunday or legal holidays, which are 
considered as Sunday, is legally due the 
preceding business day. The holder of 
of any bill of exchange or promissory 
note assignable or negotiable by law- 
may secure and fix the liability of any 
drawer or endorser of such bill of ex- 
change and every endorser of such 
promissory note without protest or 
notice, by instituting suit against the 
acceptor of such bill of exchange or 
against the maker of such promissory 
note before the first term of the Dis- 
- trict or County Court to which suit can 
be brought after the right of action 
shall accrue, or by instituting suit be- 
fore the second term of said court after 
the right of action shall accrue and 
showing good cause why suit was not 
filed to first term next after the right 
of action accrued. If the amount of 
such commercial paper be within the 
jurisdiction of a justice of the peace, 
the liability of the drawer or endorser 



may be fixed by instituting suit against limum is $250; and t he maximum fee 
the acceptor or maker within 60 days! for permit to engage in loaning money 



next after the right of action shall ac 
crue. The liability of any drawer or 
endorser may also be fixed by protest 
in the usual form. 

CONDITIONAL SALES. 
Conditional Sales of Chattels, where 
the vendee takes possession, are treat- 
ed as mortgages, and must be regis- 
tered as against creditors and innocent 
purchasers. 

CONSIGNMENTS. 
The embezzlement or fraudulent 
conversion of consigned property is 
made punishable as theft, with impris- 
onment for not less than two nor more 
than ten years. 

CORPORATIONS 
There is a general law of the usual 
character as in other states for the 
creation of private corporations 
Texas. The charter must be subscribed 
by three or more persons, two of whom 
at least must be citizens of the State 
and must be acknowledged by them be 



fore an officer authorized to take ac-iration for the year following 



is $1,000. All fees mentioned in this 
article shall be paid in advance into the 
office of the Secretary of State, and 
shall be by him paid into the State 
Treasury monthly. No permit is to be 
issued for a longer period than ten 
years. All foreign corporations are 
subject to the following franchise tax. 
payable to the State at Austin: One 
dollar on each $1,()00 or fractional part 
thereof of the authorized capital stock 
of the corporation up to and includ- 
ing $100,000; and $2 on each $5,000 or 
fractional part thereof of such stock in 
excess ot $100,000 and up to and includ- 
ing $1,000,000: and $2 on each $20,000 
or fractional part thereof of such stock 
in excess of $1,000,000, and up to and 
including $10,000,000, and $2 on each 
$50,000 of such stock in excess of $10.- 
000,000; unless the total amount of the 
capital stock of such corporation issued 
and outstanding, plus its surplus and 
undivided profits,, shall exceed its 
authorized capital stock, and in that 
event the franchise tax of such corpo- 
shal! be: 



knowledgement of deed^. Such charter 
shall be filed in the office of the Sec- 
retary of State, who shall record same 
and retain the original on file in his 
office. All of the authorized capital 
stock must be subscribed and at least 
50 per cent of such authorized capital 
stock must be paid in before the Sec- 
retary of State is authorized to file 
articles of incorporation, and the other 
50 per cent, must be paid in inside of 
two years, under penalty of forfeiture 
without judicial ascertainment. An 
amount equal to one thousand dollars 
per mile of road must be subscribed 
and five per cent of the amount sub- 
scribed paid in to the directors of a 
railroad company at the time of or- 
ganization. The amount of the capital 
took of insurance companies shall not 
be less tlian $100,000 fully paid at time 
of organization. A copy of the charter, 
under the great seal of the State, shall 
be evidence of the creation of the cor- 
poration. Every foreign corporation is 
required to file a duly certified copy of 
its articles of incorporation with the 
Secretary of State, who is authorized 
to issue a permit to transact business 
in the State, such permit being limited 
to the purposes authorized by the 
statutes of Texas regulating domestic 
corporations. No foreign corporation 
can maintain any action, legal or equit- 
able, in any court of the State upon 
any demand arising either out of con- 
tract or out of tort, unless at the time 
the contract was made or tort commit- 
ted the corporation had filed its articles 
of incorporation in the office of the 
Secretary of State tor the purpose of 
procuring its permit. This provision 
does not. however, apply to corpora- 
tions created for the purpose of con- 
structing or operating railways, or to 
such corporations as are required by 
law lo procure permits to do business 
from the Commissioner of Agriculture 
Insurance Statistics and History, nor 
docs it apply to actions growing out of 
transactions relating to interstate com- 
merce. The fees for permits are: Fifty 
dollars for the first $10,000 of its 
authorized capital stock, and $10 for 
each additional $10,000 or fractional 
part thereof. The fee is based on the 
capital invested in Texas, but the min- 



Two dollars on each $l,0ou or frac- 
tional part thereof of the authorized 
capital stock of such corporation, is- 
sued and outstanding, plus its surplus 
and undivided profits up to and includ- 
ing $100,000: and $2 on each $5,000 or 
fractional part thereof of such stock, 
surplus and .undivided profits in excess 
of $100,000, and up to and including $1,- 
000,000; and $2 on each $20,000 or frac- 
tional part thereof of such stock, sur- 
plus and undivided profits in excess of 
$1,000,000, and up to and including 
$10,000,000; and $2 on each $50,000 of 
such stock, surplus and undivided 
profits in excess of $10,000,000; provid- 
ed that such franchise tax shall not in 
any case be less than $25. The above 
tax is due and payable annually on or 
before the first day of May. Penalty 
for failure to pay this tax, forfeiture of 
right to do business in the State. 

F.STATES OF DECEASED PERSONS. 

Every claim for money whether upon 
open account or note against a testator 
intestate not presented within 
twelve months after the original grant 
of letters testamentary or of adminis- 
tration, the payment thereof shall 
be postponed until those presented 
within that time have been paid No 
claim against the deceased shall be al- 
lowed unless it is accompanied by an 
affidavit in writing that the claim is 
just, and that all legal offsets, pay- 
ments and credits known to alfiant have 
been allowed. Such affidavit, if made 
by any other person than the owner 
of the claim shall state further that the 
affiant is cognizant of the facts stated 
This affidavit, if made outside of the 
State of Texas, should be made before 
a commissioner of deeds for the State 
of Texas, clerk of a court of record hav- 
ing a seal or a notary public If the 
administrator has been absent from the 
State during the twelve months after 
the granting of letters of administra- 
tion, the time of his absence is not 
counted. A deed of trust duly exe- 
cuted, with power to sell, is not irre- 
vocable on the death of the mortgagor, 
owing to tho statute law regarding es- 
tates of deceased persons. Upon the 
death of a party who executes a deed 
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sell, the powers of the trustee cease or 
are revoked. The claim secured by said 
deed ot trust or mortgage must be 
proved up as other claims against the 
decedent's estate, and the lien must be 
enforced and the sale of the property 
made under order of the probate court. 



EXECUTIONS. 
Executions are issued immediately 
after the adjournment of court or after 
the lapse of twenty days, where no 
defense' is interposed in counties where 
the terms of court last longer than 
three weeks. In counties where the 
term continues longer or until all busi- 
ness is disposed of, execution may is- 
sue after twenty days from the rendi- 
tion of judgment and the overuling of 
any motion therein for a new trial or 
in arrest of judgment, provided no su- 
persedeas bond for appeal or writ of 
error has been filed and approved 
therein. Such execution is returnable 
to the first day of the next, term of 
court or at thirty, sixty or ninety days 
if so requested by plaintiff. There is 
no stay of execution except in justice 
courts, and then only for ninety days 
on good security. Judgments lapse un- 
less execution shall issue within 
twelve months from date of rendition. 

EXEMPTIONS. 
1. Homestead of a family, in a town 
or city is made to consist of not more 
than 200 acres, which may be in one or 
more parcels, and improvements there- 
on, in town or city or village, lot or 
lots, not to exceed $5,000, at time of 
their designation as a homestead, with- 
out reference to the value of the im- 
provements thereon, exempt from 
forced sale for payment of all debts 
except for the purchase money there- 
of, or a part of such purchase money, 
the taxes due thereon, or for work and 
material used in constructing improve- 
ments thereon, provided that the same 
shall be used for the purposes of a 
home, or as a place to exercise the call- 
ing or business of the head of a family. 
Under the decision of the courts this 
allows the head of a family both a resi- 
dence proper and a place of business. 
No mortgage, trust deed or other lien 
on the homestead shall never be valid 
excep*. for the purchase money there- 
for, or improvements thereon, under 
contract executed as provided by law, 
and all pretended sales of the home 
stead involving any condition of de- 
feasance shall be void. A temporary 
renting of the homestead shall not 
change the character of the same when 
no other homestead has been acquired. 
2. All household and kitchen furniture, 
all implements of husbandry, all tools 
and apparatus belonging to any trade 
or profession, all books belonging to 
public or private libraries, and all fam- 
ily portraits and pictures; live milch 
cows and calves, two yoke of oxen, two 
horses nnd one wagon, one carriage or 
bu?gy, one guu, twenty hogs, twenty 
sheep, all provisions and forage on 
hand for home consumption, all saddles, 
bridles and harness necessary for the 
use of the family; and to every citizen 
not a head of a family, one horse, bridle 
and saddle, all wearing apparel, all 
tools, apparatus and books belonging to 
his trade- or profession, all current 
"wages for personal services. The ex- 
emption of personal property shall not 
apply when the debt is due for rents 



and advances made by a landlord to his 
tenant, or to other debts which are se- 
cured by a lien on such property. 
HOLIDAYS (LEGAL). 
The 1st of January, the 22d of Feb- 
ruary, the 2d of March, the 21st of 
April, the 4th of July, first Monday in 
September, the 25th of December of 
each year, and all days appointed by 
the President of the United States or 
by the Governor as days of fasting or 
thanksgiving, and every day on which 
an election is held throughout the 
State, are declared holidays, and shall 
be treated and considered as Sunday. 
If any of the days named shall occur 
on Sunday, the next day thereafter 
shall be observed as a holiday. 

INTEREST. 

The legal rate of interest, when there 
is no special contract, is six per cent. 
By contract up to and including 10 per 
cent. If higher rate than 10 per cent, 
is contracted for the whole interest is 
voidable, but the principal may be re- 
covered. 

JUSTICES' COURTS. 

Jurisdiction extends to $200. Appeal 
to county court in all cases exceeding. 

LEASES. 

In general use, gives the landlord a 
preference equivalent as a lien to a 
mortgage. 

LIMITATIONS. 

Accounts, two yeurs from time cause 
of action accrues; notes, four years; 
domestic judgments, ten years; for- 
eign judgments, ten years. Written 
acknowledgement signed by the debtor 
only will revive the debt; payment of 
part will not. 



MARRIED WOMEN. 
A\l property, both real and personal, 
of the husband or wife, owned by him 
or her before marriage, and that ac- 
quired afterwards by gift, devise or 
desceut, as also the increase of all land 
thus acquired, is the separate property 
of him or her, respectively. During 
marriage the husband has control of 
the same, but cannot subject his wife's 
separate property to his debts. All 
property otherwise acquired during 
marriage by either party is common or 
community property of the husband 
and wife, and during coverture can be 
disposed of by the husband without the 
consent of the wife. The community 
property is liable for the husband's 
debts. The wife may contract debts 
for necessaries furnished herself or 
children, and for all expenses which 
may have been incurred by her for the 
benefit of her separate property, and 
her separate property subjected to pay- 
ment of the same. The husband, being 
in debt, cannot give property to his 
wife, so as to place it beyond the reach 
of existing creditors. A woman may 
mortgage her separate estate — the same 
not being the homestead — to secure her 
husband's debts. A married 
cannot contract as a partner in busi- 
ness, nor embark her separate means 
in trade. 

MECHANICS' LIENS. 
Any dealer, mechanic or sub-con- 
tractor, who may labor or furnish 
material, etc., to erect any house or 
improvement, or to repair any such, 
under or by virtue of a contract with 
the owner, or his agent, or contractor, 



upon filing his contract in the county 
clerk's office of the county where the 
improvement is situated, shall have a 
lien on such improvement, and all its 
properties, and also on the lot or lots 
land necessarily connected there- 
with, to secure payment for the labor 
done, or material, etc.. furnished for 
construction or repairs. The original 
contractors must file the contract 
within four months and the day laborer 
or other person within 30 days. An 
original contractor may file a verified 
account where he has no written con- 
tract. In this case the terms of the 
contract and the value and amount of 
the materials and work must be made 
specific. Any person who may furnish 
any material to any contractor, sub- 
contractor, agent or receiver, to be 
used in the erection of any house, or 
improvement, or to repair any such, or 
to construct or repair any railroad or 
its properties, by giving written notice 
to the owner or agent of such building, 
or the railroad company, or its agents. 
of each and every item furnished, and 
by showing how much there is due and 
unpaid on each bill' of material fur- 
nished under said contract, at any time 
within ninety days after the indebted- 
ness shall have accrued, may fix and 
secure a lien for the material fur- 
nished at the time or subsequent to the 
giving of the written notice above pro- 
vided for, by filing in the office of 
the county clerk of the county in 
which such property is situated, 
and if it be a railroad company 
in any county through which its 
road may pass, an itemized account 
of his or their claim, etc. If the lien be 
against a railroad it shall extend to and 
include all its property. A lien is in- 
valid as against a homestead unless it 
is made by virtue of a contract in writ- 
ing, made before the material is fur- 
nished, and signed by the husband and 
wife and properly acknowledged by 
both. Liens are placed upon an equal 
footing without reference to the time 
wherein they are filed, and each lien 
holder is given his pro rata right in 
the proceeds of foreclosure of me- 
chanics' lien. 



SALES. 
Any sale or transfer of any portion 
of a stock of merchandise otherwise 
than in the ordinary course of trade in 
the usual and regular prosecution of 
the seller's or transferrer's business or 
a sale or transfer of an entire stock of 
merchandise in bulk, shall be void as 
against creditors of the seller or trans- 
ferrer unless the purchaser or trans- 
feree shall at least ten days before the 
sale or transfer, in good faith, make 
full and explicit inquiry of the seller 
or transferrer as to the name and place 
of residence or place of business of 
each and all creditors of the seller or 
transferrer, and the amount owing to 
each such creditor by the siller or 
woman | transferrer, and obtain from the sellei 
or transferrer a written answer to such 
inquiries, which answers shall be sworn 
to by the seller or transferrer, and 
unless the purchaser or tranferree at 
least ten days before the sale or trans- 
fer in good faith, notify or cause to be 

notified personalis or by registered 
mail each oi the seller's or transferrer's 
creditors of whom the purchaser or 

transferrer has knowledge of said pro- 



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posed sale or transfer. Any purchaser 
or transferree who shall conform to the 
provisions of this act shall not in any 
way be held accountable to any cred- 
itor of the seller or transferrer for any 
of the goods, wares or merchandise 



that have come into the possession of 
said purchaser or transferree by virtue 
of such sale or transfer. The above 
provisions do not apply to sales by ex- 
ecutors, administrators, receivers or 
any public officer conducting a 6ale in 



his official capacity, nor to a sale or 
transfer of stocks of merchandise for 
the payment of bona tide debts where 
all creditors share equally and without 
preference in the sale or transfer or 
the proceeds thereof. 



COUNTY OFFICERS 



Counties. County Seat. 

Anderson Palestine 

Andrews Andrews 

Angelina ; Luf kin | . 



County Judge. Supt. of Schools. County Attorney. 

.E. V. Swift Mrs. VV. T. Saddler... J. J. Strickland. 

. N. P. Ross K. P. Ross Andrew King. 

,E. B. Robb J. O. Satterwhite Sam J. Sayers. 



Aransas Rockport Roy Jackson Roy Jackson W H. Gossage. 

Archer Archer City J. S. Melugin J. S. Melugin R.S.Morrison. 

Armstrong Claude II. L. Mobley H. L. Mobley W R. Gibson. 

Atascosa Jourdanton Walter E. Jones Earnest Keeling J. Rodney Garnand. 

Austin Bellville C. G. Kreuger L. 11. Baron W. I. Glenn. 

Bandera Bandera M. B. Epperson M.B.Epperson J. A. Earnes. 

Bastrop Bastrop .....J. B. Price T. N. Powell P. C. Maynard. 

Baylor Seymour T. J. North T. J. North Bert King. 

Bee Beeville T. M. Cox Miss Lida Dougherty. .Dan Troy. 

Bell Belton W. S. Shipp J. S. Morgan Delma Dyess. 

Bexar ' San Antonio J. R. Davis P. L. Stewart Dan Lewis. 

Blanco Johnson City \V. M. Martiny W. M. Martiny V. B. Goar. 

Borden Gail C. E. Reeder C. E. Reeder W. T. Hudson. 

Bosque Meridian P. S. Hale A. D. Roach H. S. Dillard. 



Bowie Boston 

Brazoria Angleton 

Brazos Bryan . . . 

Brewster Alpine . . 

Briscoe Sil verton 



.Lee Tidwell . . 
.J. W. Munson. 
.J. T. Maloney. 
.A. M. Turney. . 
. ..C. B. Shrewsbury. 



J. B. Lytal H.H.Taylor. 

J. P. Taylor R. B. Loggins. 

. ...Vv'. C. i.awson Lamar Bethea. 

. . . .A. M. Turney J. C. Brooke 

.C. B. Shrewsbury K. Ewing Bain. 



Brooks Falfurrias J. A. Brooks'. J. A. Brooks 

Brown Brownwood F. H. Sweet Mrs. E. L. Walker Mark McGee. 

Burleson Caldwell R. J. Alexander Frank Kadanka W. N. Billiard. 

Burnet Burnet J. G. Couk J. G. Cook Lewis H. Jones. 

Caldwell Lockhart J. T. Ellis Joseph Hatchitt J. B. Hatchitt. 

Calhoun Port Lavaca F. M. Dndgeon F. M. Dudgeon Elmer Yates. 

Callahan Baird W. R. Ely W. C. Tisdale J. R. Black. 

Cameron Brownsville E. H. Goodrich J. T. Canales H. L. Yates. 

Camp Pittsburg G W. Keeling G. W. Keeling Roy Patterson. 

Carson Panhandle Fayette Ratliff Fayette Ratliff 

Cass Linden J. P. Fant Drew Porter Hugh Carney. 

Castro Dimmit C. F. Kerr C.F.Kerr Mark Cowsert. 

Chambers Anahuac R. J. Mc.Murrey R. J. McMurrey A. W. Marshall. 

Cherokee Rusk C. F. Gibson Ed Singletary John B. Guinn. 

Childress Childress F. W. Freeman F. W. Freeman C. A. Williams. 

Clay Henrietta W. T. Allen J. S. lloladay P. M. Stine. 

Coke Robert Lee G. S. Arnold G. S. Arnold J. E. Greer. 

Coleman Coleman F. M. Bowen G. W. McDonald R. B. Ragsdale. 

Collin McKinney H. L. Davis W. E. Foster L J. Truett. 

Collingsworth Wellington R. J. Cocke. Jr R. J. Cocke. Jr C. C. Small 

Colorado Columbus J. J. Mansfield C. K. Quin A.A.Gregory 

Comal ..New Braunfels Adolf Stein Adolf Stein Martin Faust. 

Comanche Comnnche J. H. McMillan W. D.Jenkins Merton Harris. 

Concho Paint Rock J. E. Howze J. E. Howze G. E. Critz. 

Cook Gainesville R. V. Bell E. N. Blackburn Lewis Rogers. 

Corvell Gatesville G. E. Johnson A. M. Sams H.E.Bell. 

Cottle Paducah W. E. Prescott W. E. Prescott J. Ross Bell. 

Crockett Ozona W. D. Barton W. D. Barton 

Crosby Crosbyton Pink L. Parish Pink L. Parish 

Culberson Van Horn J. Y. Canon J. Y. Canon S.W.White. 

Dallam Dalhart T. S. Mills T. S. Mills B.N.Richards. 

Dallas ....Dallas (Quentin Corley) Thomas E. Henry Currie McCutcheon. 

(W. F. Whitehurst) . . . 

Dawson Lamesa George W. Foster George W. Foster W. F. Robinson. 

Deaf Smith Hereford Clyde D. Wright Ben Short Elmer Dameron. 

jvita Cooper J. N. Viles W. E Chancellor (' ('. McKinney. 

Denton Denton S. H. Hoskins J. J. McCook H. R. Wilson. 

DeWitt Cuero R. J. Waldeck L. G. Covey P. S. Schleicher. 

Dickens Dickens O. S. Ferguson O. S. Ferguson It. G. Worswick. 

Dimmit Carrizo Springs James O. Rouse James O. Rouse 

Donley Clarendon J. C. Killough J. C. Killough W. T. Link. 

Duval San Diego S. H. Woods S. H. Woods John L. George. 

Eastland Eastland E. A. Hill C. D. Judd Cyrus B. Prost. 

Ector Odessa M. G. Buchanan M. G. Buchanan M. 1). Herbert. 

Edwards Bock Spring A. P. Allison A. P. Allison 

Ell's Waxahachie J. C. Lumpkins E. G. Grafton Tom Whipple. 

El Paso El Paso A. S. J. Eylar Miss Myra Winkler. .. L. It Price, 

Erath Stephenville A. P. Young W. T. Graves I A Johnson. 

Palls Marlin W. E. Hunnicutt G. A. Prlngle Frank Oltorf. 









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51 



Counties. County Seat. County Judge. Supt. of Schools County Attorney. 

Fannin Ronham Kosser Thomas R. M. Parker L. F. Leslie. 

Fayette La Grange George Willrich G. A. Sterling E. H. Moss. 



Fisher Roby 

Floyd Floydada 

Foard Cro well 

Fort Bend Richmond 

Franklin Mount Vernon 



. ..L. C. Miller W. C. Martin W. B. Ferrell. 

. ..A. B. Duncan A. B. Duncan J. R. Bartley. 

. . -T. W. Staton T. \V. Staton T. D. Britt. 

...W 1. McFarlane Thomas B. Pearson. 

.. .J. J. Walker J. J. Walker F. B. Caudle. 

Freestone Fairfield R. L. Williford O. M. Wroe. 

Frio Pcarsall Crawford Laxson Crawford Laxson Matt Cramer. 

Gaines Seminole W. R. Slaton J. F. Kemp G. B. Cunningham. 

Galveston Galveston (George E. Mann) J. M. Fendley C.H.Theobald. 

i ,(J. C. Canty) 

Garza Post .T. M. Boren J. M. Boren H.G.Smith. 

Gillespie Fredericksburg Max Blum Max Blum 

Glasscock Garden City Charles W. CunninghamCharles W. Cunningham 

Goliad Goliad H. J. Passmore T. S. Cocks Wayne Davis. 

Gonzales Gonzales J. W. Holmes A. V. Peterson N. P. Reid. 

Gray Lefors Siler Faulkner Siler Faulkner Charles Cook. 

Grayson Sherman J. Q. Adanison J. A. Giles Ben F. Gafford. 

Gregg Longview J. .11. McHaney J. Henry Smith J. W. Taylor. 

Grimes Anderson Reid Rikard W. S. Barron Pat N. Fahey. 

Guadalupe Seguin J. M. Woods J. B. Williams James A. Harley. 

Hale Plain view W. B. Lewis W. B. Lewis Charles Clements. 

Hall Memphis J. D. Bird J. D. Bird S. A. Bryant. 

Hamilton Hamilton J. L. Lewis P. M. Rice. 

Hansford Hansford S. B. Hale S. B. Hale 

Hardeman Quanah W. S. Banister W. S. Banister R. V. Crowder. 

Hardin Kountze W. W. Dies Eugene Oliver A. Leak Bevil. 

Harris Houston William H. Ward.. L. L. Pugh R. L. Whitehead. 

.George H. Huffman... J. 



Harrison Marshall .. 

Hartley ('banning . . 

Haskell Haskell ... 

Hays San Marcos 

Hemphill Canadian .. 

Henderson Athens 



.E. 
.A. 
.J. 
J. 
. .C. 



Hidalgo Hdinburg I 

Hill Hillsboro J. 

Hood Granbury W 



Cyphers R. A. Hall. 

R. Elkin E. R. Elkin Durrall Miller. 

J. Smith T. C. Williams Gayloyd Kline. 

R. Wilhelm J. H. Saunders T. J. Saunders. 

L. Jennings J. L. Jennings 

D. Owen W. S. Harris D. M. Dickenson. 

H. Edwards R. A. Marsh Alex Wheless. 

D. Stephenson Fred J. Shipley J. W. Marshall. 

L. Dean W. L. Dean Junior M. Ator. 

Hopkins Sulphur Springs Dan R. Junell John Hurley John T. Hyde. 

Houston Crockett C. M. Ellis J. F. Mangum Ben Dent. 

Howard Big Spring S. A. Penix S. A. Penix H. R. Debenport. 

Hunt Greenville G. B. Kail W. H. Ibbotson T. H. Thompson. 

Hutchinson .........'. J'lemons Ben H. AVickware Ben H. Wickwnre 

Iri on !!!!!! Sherwood W. F. Fokes W. F. 

Jack Jacksboro J. P. Simpson C. C. 

Jackson .............. Edna J. W. Bagby J. W. 

Jasper Jasper Garland Smith A. D. 

Jeff Davis Fort Davis J. P. Weatherby J. P. 

Jefferson Beaumont Robert H. Wilson I,. R. 

Jin Hogg . .Hr-bbronville A. C. Jones A. C. 

Jim Wells !!!.!..!!. . .Alice W. R. Perkins W. C 

Johnson Cleburne J. B. Haynes J. \V 

\nson Joe C. Randel L. T. 



Jones 



Karnes Karnes City. 

Kaufman !!!!!!!!.!!.. Kaufman . . . 

Kendall p° erne 

Kent ( lairemont . . 

Kerr 

Kimble 

King 

Kinney 

Kleberg 

Knox 

Lamar 

Lamb 

Lampasas . 

LaSalle 

Lavaca Giddings .. 

Lee Centerville 

Leon Liberty . . . 

Liberty Groesbeck 

Lipscomb Lipscomb 



L. 
A. 
W. 
L. 



Fokes 

Bock R. S 

Bagby 

Rawlinson . 
Weatherby. 

Pietzsch 

Jones 

Ogier 

Carrell J. K 

R. C 
V. B 
J. S. 
.W. F. 
W. P 



.W. W. 



Kerrville -..Lee 

Junction J. B 



Blair. 
E. G. Moffett. 
C. C. Ingram. 
J. L. Wohlford. 
Marvin Scurlock. 
R. Y. Roper. 
Taylor. 
Russell. 
Chambers. 
Smiles. 
Terry. 
Hays. 
Blackburn. 
W. G. Garrett. 



Cunningham 

Bell Pearl Bouden 

Cooley J. B. Weaver 

Lawhon J. W. Lawhon .... 

Glenn B. L. Glenn 

Wallace Lee Wallace 

Randolph J. B. Randolph 

Guthrie James H. Lynn James H. Lynn ; 

Brackettsville Joseph Veltmann Joseph Yeltmann Frank Lane. 

K'tngsville B. F. Wilson B. F. Wilson Gus Kowlski 

Benjamin J. H. Milam J. H. Milam E. R. Howell 

Paris Rube S. Wells W. H. 

Olton C. H. Curl C. H. 

Lampasas M. M. White M. M 

Cotulla C. C. Thomas C. C. 

Hallettsville P. H. Green 

H. Tate 



Snow Charles Roach. 

Cur! 

White E. M. Davis. 

Thomas 

William Filers C. L. Stavinoha. 

C. M. Bishop Thomas W. Thompson. 



John 

L. T. Dashiell J. M. Henderson J. M. Chatham. 

1. B. Simmons I. B. Simmons C. H. Cain. 

A Jr. Blackmon J. R. Atkins J. E. Bradley. 

P. B. Mills P. B. Mills 

Live Oak Oakville Frank H. Church Frank H. Church Thomas H. Mills. 

I,l all0 Llano A. H. Wilburn A. H Wilburn H. R. Mclnnis. 

Lubbock Lubbock E. R. Haines E. R. Haines R. A. Sowder. 

Lynn Tahoka J. L. Stokes J. L. Stoker, C. H. Cain. 

Madison Madisonville W. W. Sharp W. W. Sharp A. H. Menefee 

Marion Jefferson R. A. Loomis Miss Alice Emmort George T. Todd 

Martin Stanton A. C. Eidson •. . . A. C. Eidson S.W.Pratt. 

Mason Mason Glenn W. Smith Glenn W. Smith John T. Banks. 

Matagorda!!".! Bay City W. S. Holman Thomas H. Lewis Richard 11. Lewis. 

Maverick !! Eagle Pass Hen V. King...': E. B. Peterson J. R. Murray. 

McCulloch Brady Harvey Walker E. L. White C. C House 









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52 County Officers R. L. POLK & CO'S (1914) County Officers 

Counties. County Seat. County Judge. Supt. of Schools. County Attorney. 

McLennan Waco George N. Denton R. L. Abbott John B. McDonald. 

McMullin Tilden L. W. Hill L. W. Hill 

Medina Hondo H. E. Haass W. N. Saathoff It. J. Noonan. 

Menard Menard J. D. Scruggs J. D. Scruggs Fred R. King. 

Midland Midland J. H. Knowles J. H. Knowles Earl Anderson. 

Milam Cameron John Watson 1''. J. Clement W. W. Chambers. 

Mills Goldthwaite S. H. Allen S.H.Allen J. C. Darroch. 

Mitchell Colorado A. J. Coe A. J. Coe T. J Coffee. 

Montague Montague Levi Walker W. W. Snodgrass Paul Donald. 

Montgomery Conroe W. M.Williams J. T. Terry R. J. Sullivan. 

Moore Dumas J. W. Fox J. W. Fox 

Morris Daingerfield C. M. Henderson C. M. Henderson O. C. Pouns. 

Motley Matador C. B. Whitten C. B. Whitten A. B. Crane. 

Nacogdoches Nacogdoches George F. Ingrahani. . . W. B. ITargis S. M. Adams. 

Navarro Corsicana R. R. Owen O. L. Albritton Dexter Hamilton. 

Newton Newton W. E. Gray W. E. Gray A.L.Shaw. 

Nolan Sweetwater John H. Cochran, Jr. . John L. Ross Charles W. Lewis. 

Nueces Corpus Christi Walter F. Timou Nat Benton James M. Taylor. 

Ochiltree. Ochiltree R. J. Hanna R. J. Hanna W. F. Shipp. 

Oldham Tascosa T. B. Jones ..T. B. Jones 

Orange Orange O. R. Sholars O. R. Sholars Frank Hatton. 

Palo Pinto Palo Pinto J. F. Ranspot A. F. Jones W.F.Smith. 

Panola Carthage W. R. Anderson C. L. Beason P. P. Long. 

Parker Weatherford T. F. Temple T. P. Everett J. Epp Carter. 

Parmer Farwell James D. Hamlin James D. Hamlin 

Pecos Fort Stockton Howell Johnson B. A. Rollins Charles T. Halton. 

Polk Livingston P. R. Rowe Jesse H. Taylor Cade Bethea. 

Potter Amarillo W. M. Jeter S. M. Byrd Ray C. Johnson. 

Presidio Marfa W. W. Bogel W. W. Bogel 

Rains Emory J. B. Allred J. B. Allred D. M. Rodes. 

Randall Canyon C. E. Coss C. E. Coss W. J. Flasher. 

Reagan Stiles W. B. Moore W. B. Moore 

Real Leaky W. H, Carr YV. H. Carr 

Red River Clarksville George Morrison B. C. Jones. 

Reeves Pecos H. N. McKellar H. N. McKellar. . :. . . . J. A. Diane. 

Refugio Refugio Leslie Adkins Leslie Adkins 

Roberts Miami J. E. Kinney J. E. Kinney J.A.Holmes. 

Robertson Franklin J. L. Goodman H. A. Bush J. Y. McNutt. 

Rockwall Rockwall J. W. Reese J. W Reese H. M. Wade. 

Runnels Ballinger M. Kleberg, Jr E. L. Hagan Charies P. Shepherd. 

Rusk Henderson J. W. McDavid C. A. Jay James Y. Gray. 

Sabine. Hemphill J. B. Lewis J. B. Lewis A.M.Huffman. 

San Augustine San Augustine H. R. Polk Miss Lillie Hazle J.E.Garrett. 

Sau Jacinto Cold Springs E. W. Lewis E. W. Lewis J. C. Browder. 

San Patricio Sinton P. A. Hunter P. A. Hunter J. G. Cook. 

San Saba San Saba J. T. Hartley Dor W. Brown A. B. Wilson. 

Schleicher Eldorado Joab Campbell Joab Campbell A. L. Brantley. 

Scurry Snyder C. R. Buchanan C. R. Buchanan It. -W. Webb. 

Shackelford Albanv J. A. King J. A. King L.W.Green. 

Shelby Center Edgar W. Hooker W. C. Hurst S. H. Sandets. 

Sherman Stratford J. W. Elliott J. W. Elliott John H. 11. Stahl. 

Smith Tyler Jesse F. Odom A. W. Orr N. W. Brooks. 

Somervell Glen Rose J. H. Farr J. H. Farr J. A. Herring. 

Starr Rio Grande City T. R. Monroe Sam P. Vale E. L. Gam mage. 

Stephens Breckenridge N. N. Rosenquest N. N. Rosenquest C. M. Caldwell. 

Sterling Sterling City B. F. Brown B. F. Brown 

Stonewall Aspermont W. J. Arrington D. M. Oldham T. E. Knight. 

Sutton Sonora E. S. Briant E. 6. Briani 

Swisher Tulia W. F. Hendrix W. F. Hendrix P. C. Taylor. 

Tarrant .• Fort Worth Jesse M. Brown S. J. Callaway John W. Baskin. 

Taylor Abilene E. M. Overshiner J. S. Smith H. Rob Keeble. 

Terrell Sanderson J. R. Ross J. B. Ross A. T. Folsom. 

Terry Brownfield George W. Neill George W. Neill W. W. Price. 

Throckmorton Throckmorton T. J. Wright.. T. J. Wright B. F. Thorp. 

Titus Mount Pleasant Sarn Porter P. H. Rogers I. N. Williams. 

Tom Green San Angelo Oscar Frink/ E. M. Davis Milburn Mccarty. 

Travis Austin William von RosenbeigMiss Maude Douglass. .John E. Shelton. 

Trinity Grovoton C. M. McKinnon W. O. Scale. 

Tvler Woodville A. G. Reid G. C. Lowe D. P. Rock. 

Upshur Gilmer W. H. McClelland A. L. Bradlield C. E. Florence. 

Upton Upland L. W. Ainsworth L. W. Ainsworth 

Uvalde Uvalde J. F. Robinson James Matthews L. E Lanier. 

Val Vf-rde Del Rio C. K. McDowell Miss Eva Strickland. . .J. Q. Henry. 

Van Zandt Canton C.L.Stanford G. D. Statou M. G. Sanders. 

Victoria Victoria I. P. Pool 1. E. Ratcliff R. L. Daniel. 

Walker Uuntsville W.A.Leigh C. A. Bennick W. B. Browder. 

Waller Hempstead J. D. Harvey". T. A. Kellev R. E. Tompkins. 

Ward Barstow Burch Carson Burch Carson 

Washington Brenham William R. Ewing C. Klaener L. E. Rasberry. 

Webb Laredo George R. Page B. Richardson Juan V. Benavides. 

Wharton Wharton J. R. Bowen Oswald Garrett J. H. H Dennis, 

. Wheeler ..............Wheeler M. M. Miller M. M. Miller C. E. McVey 

Wichita Wichita Falls C. B. Felder T. R. Boone. 

Wilbarger Vernon J. B. Copeland B. F. Holcomb O. F. Warlick. 



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Counties. County Seat. County Judge. Supt. of Schools. County Attorney. 

Willacy Sarita C. H. Maris C. H. Maris 

Williamson Georgetown Richard Crit J. A. Hudson Harry Graves- 
Wilson ." Floresville E.D.Mayes J. E. Swift Luther A. Luwhon. 

Winkler Winkler W. E. Baird W. E. Baird 

Wise Decatur E. M. Allison D. J. Simpson W. C. Shults. 

Wood Quitman R. E. Bozeman T. O. Craddock D. M. Maynor. 

Yoakum * Plains J. T. Gaines J. T. Gaines E. S. Rowe. 

Young Graham E. W. Fry B.W.King .'C.F.Marshall. 

Zapata Zapata A. P. Spohn Jos. B. Garcia 

Za valla Bates ville O. A. Stubbs O. A. Stubbs William H. Davis. 



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Counties. County Clerk. Surveyor. Sheriff. 

Anderson C. O. Miller E. T. McCain W. L. Horn 

Andrews T. M. Smith T. M. Smith Boyd Douglas 

Angelina T. L. Dunn W. L. Evans W. T. Burnham. 

Aransas J. C. Herring J. C. Herring F. Percival 

Archer George W. Alexander. .George W. Alexander. .J. G. Gaston 

Armstrong .E. C. Cayton E. C. Cayton J. S. Stalling?.... 

Atascosa .L. Morgan Garnand. . .P. L. Yickers D. W. Cobb 

Austin .../. George S. Cummings. . .Fred L. Tesch J. H. Machemehl 



District Clerk. 

..J. L. Bovd. 
...T. W. Craddock. 

. .R. Y. Watts. 
. ..H. T. Bailey. 
. . .C. E. Goodwin. 
.. .R. C. Rodgers. 
...J. II. Winn. 
. . .William Palm. 



Bandera J. W. R. Fletcher W. R. Fletcher Joe Chisum "R. S. Smith. 

Bastrop H.H.Alexander Lee D. Olive Charles Lehman Woodv Townsend. 

Baylor S. H. Post Elmer Graham A. D. Kerr W. L." Ellis. 

Bee Dan Troy Z. T. Partain John S. Fenner J. A. Thornton. 

Bell P. B. Madison E. E. Upshaw fe. D. Hanna J. B. Blair. 

Bexar Frank R. Newton Andres Coy, Jr William Locke John W. Tobin. 

Blanco R. J. Stubbs B. i. Stubbs Richard Klappenback. .J. R. Johnson. 

Borden J. S. Weatherford J. S. Weatherford W.A.Clark. 

Bosque D. J. Cutbirth Robert Summers Mack Bertelson H. W. Randal. 

Bowie Joe White S. C. Lynch W. V. Simms Jim Baker. 

Brazoria Robert C. Shirley Wade Phillips E. S. Adkinson, Jr J.A.Wright. 

Brazos W. S. Higgs J. W. Barron H. O. Jones J. D. Conlee. 

Brewster Henry Lease Henry Lease Joe Moss J. A. Walton. 

Briscoe T. L. Anderson T. L. Anderson H. P. Jones Miner Crawford. 

Brooks Charles Phillips Charles Phillips F. C. Bahlmann Amado Garza. 

Brown D. M. Scott Tom Leach Mark Ragsdale M. H. Denman. 

Burleson Joseph Wondrash G.W.Grant J. G. Dalrymple., L. W. Henslee. 

Burnet Hardee Chamberlain .. .Warlin Wilson E. J. Moses O. B. Zimmerman. 

Caldwell W. E. McDowell T. H. Brown, Sr J. D. Chapman... J. VI. Franks. 

Calhoun C. F. Ehlinger C. F. Ehlinger H. P. Helmbeak J. D. O'Neil. 

Callahan R. L. Surles A. R. Day T. H. Floyd F. F. Rains. 

Cameron Joseph Webb Louis Kowalski A. W. Amthor C. T. Ryan. 

Camp Joe R. Hooton F. H. Goodjohn H. Y. Black D. H. Carpenter. 

Carson H. H. Cleek H. H. Cleek Frank Elston J W. Wood. 

Cass L. L. Harper T. M. Powell Robert Moore J. F. Mitchell. 

Castro R. A. Holland R. A. Holland J. F. Easter Roy F. Barber. 

Chambers J. R. Wooten J. R. Wooten T. A. Jenkins F. R. La Four. 

Cherokee E. D. Spinks J. J. Bolton C. H. Hill E. 0. Martin. 

Childress Louis G. Raney Harold Cordell R. G. Carrawav A. J. Brown. 

Clay T. T. Haney E. W. Coleman R. W. Watkins G. P. Jones. 

Coke , R. E. Douglas, Jr R. E. Douglas, Jr T. E. Puett Will Hickman. 

Coleman Leman Brown W.E.Gideon J. A. McElrath W. L. Futch. 

.A. S. Wheatley C. W. Noyes A. T. Robertson. 

.O. L. Couch S. T. Smith L. T. Sullivan. 

.W. C. Papenberg A.F.Mitchell E.R.Mayes. 

Coma! Fred Tausch Fred Tausch Alfred R. Rotbe W. H. Adams. 

Comanche Mrs. Mary L. Smith... W. D. Carroll R. G. Armstrong Jack Cunningham. 

Concho J. B. Waide J B. Waide James M. Simpson Warren Puett. 

Cooke D. E. Cleveland James K. Rudolph S. J. Brazelton Lewis Bringman. 

Coryell B. F. McClinton, Jr R. B. Cross John Canfield E. B. McMordie. 

Cottle '. A. C. Dulaney A. C. Dulaney John W. Carroll J. L. Bacus. 

Crockett Tom Nolen Tom Nolen Frank F. Friend Jim Moore. 

Crosby Will F. Ezell Will F. Ezell W. H. Orand 0. E. Roy. 

Culberson G. H. Cox G. H. Cox Parkes Thaxton J. H. Fuhj. 

Dallam R.W.Thompson R. W. Thompson Charlr-s Smith lohn McCandless. 

Dallas James E. Record H. H. Williams John R. West, Jr Hen F. Brandonberg. 

Dawson W. E. Anderson W. E. Anderson J. F. Conner 

Deaf Smith J. S. Jones J. S. Jones Harvey G. Hays R. VY. Baird. 

Delta George B. Simmons. . .O. C. Orr T. L. Stratton J. E. Frazier. 

Denton O. T. Button W. E. Durbin W. H. Pierce W. C. Orr. 

DeWitt G. P. Box T. J. Kennedy. ...... .W. E. Dirkerson J. B. Farris. 

Dickens Crawford Cobb Crawford Cobb L. T. Cochran J. B. Conner. 

Dimmit .Gus Jeffrey Gus Jeffrey Willis \Y. Barker W. T. Gardner. 

Donley J. J. Alexander J. J. Alexander .1. T. Pat man. 

Duval ...Jose V. Palacios Jose Y. Palacios Hoycs Dix » . .A. W. Tobin. 

Eastland Clyde L. Garrett Joe Burkett Dan Roone J R. Skinner._ 

Ector P. A. Higgins P. A. Higgins J. R. Wadsworth S. A. Kellog. 



Collin G. E. Strother. . . 

Collingsworth O. L. Couch 

Colorado John Hastedt . 



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Counties. County Clerk. District Clerk. Surveyor. Sheriff. 

Edwards S. A. Hough S. A. Hough T. S. Pickens L. A. Clark. 

Ellis G. A. (Jack) Neal Lem Wray J. W. Martin A. W. Wilson. 

El Paso Park \V. Pitman J. A. Escajeda J. W. Eubank Peyton J. Edwards. 

Erath Henry Clark H. C. Thornton McKewu Johnstone. . . .Dave Deaton. 

Falls W. W. Snell H.L.Cobb R. S. Hunnicutt M.J.Poole. 

Fannin J. T. Fitzgerald L. L. Peterson \V. M. Spence W. B. Leeman. 

Fayette Rudolph Klass Frank Kallus R. Vogt August Loessin. 

Fisher H. E. Smith O. C. Walker O. C. Lane R. P. House. 

Floyd W. B. Clark W. B. Clark G. A. Lider A. C. Goen. 

Foard John S. Ray John S. Ray J. E. Atcheson L. D. Campbell. 

Fort Bend M. M. Newell Will Schendel Clifton Rice M. L. Wooley. 

Franklin W. W. Deshazo Jake Jones G. E. Cowan D. H. Holley. 

Freestone E. R. Glazener Mrs. E. E. Turner W. W. Steward George W. Burleson 

Frio Thomas H. Ward Sam Johnson Monroe Chapman John L. Hess. 

Gaines B. E. Currie B. B. Currie J. B. Hatchett J. M. Coker. 

Galveston George F. Burgess J. C. Gengler R. M. Sias Henry Thomas. 

Garza .• Ira Weakley Ira Weakley V. A. Robinson O. B. Kelly. 

Gillespie Herman Usener George E. Wright I!. L. Enderie Herman Ochs. 

Glasscock Norman Gird wood Norman Girdwood Ben F. Lovelace. 

Goliad R. P. Appleby J. T. Tally Victor Willemin. 

Gonzales Sam Patterson Charles Clark J. C. Tipps W. W. Johnston. 

Gray C. C. Upham C. C. 1'pham A. H. Doucette J. H. Denson. 

Grayson W. S. Reeves J. H. Taylor John E. Kern Lee Simmons. 

Gregg J. W. Taylor Dush Shaw Martin Hayes J. M. Hoskins. 

Grimes A. G. Lyles W. E. Binford George E. Siddall John Grissett. 

Guadalupe R. F. Wilson Julius Fischer A. M. Erskine William F. Neubauer. 

Hale B. H. Lowery B. H. Lowery T. P. Whitis John C. Hooper. 

HalJ S. G. Alexander S. G. Alexander Sam Houston J. E. King. 

Hamilton R. C. Cornelius J. F. Hill W. T. Saxon J. E. Beck. 

Hansford R. L. McClellan R. L. McClellan Theodore Dreessen. . . .Joe R. Spivey. 

Hardeman S. N. Mitchell J.C.Mitchell Richard Spiller B.F.Walker. 

Hardin J. J. Bevil W. G. Woodward P. G. Ellis Clark Jordan. 

Harris George Jones .Henry Albrecht 1. Austin Miller M. Frank Hammond. 

Harrison Bailey W. Long A. S. Curtis Behn Cook John C. Sanders. 

Hartley F. E. Thomas F.E.Thomas M. F. Heaumont B. O. Neely. 

Haskell R. R. English .Guy O. Street E. M. Morris A. M. Allen. 

Hays James W. Turner J S. Davis Steve Minot H. F. Pirtle. 

Hemphill O. R. McMordie O. R. McMcrdie H. P. Spiller C. H. Tipps. 

Henderson J. J. Bradshaw Sam Holland W. G. Allison J. P. Moirow. 

Hidalgo A.E.Chavez \. V. Albers T. P. Gore John Closner. 

Hill Mrs. Ruth Roberts. .. .It. L. Bookout I. Rodgers Preston. .. .J. W. Trueland. 

Hood X. C. Morrison Jerome Groom D. C. Bills L. J. Waltrip. 

Hopkins E. P. Rogers L. E. Teer Joe Brasher John R. Ray. 

Houston O. C. Goodwin J. D. Morgan J E. Bean A. W. Phillips. 

Howard J. I. Prichard J. I. Prichard T. M. Lightfoot J. A. Raggett. 

Hunt Sidney L. Arnold I. W. Briscoe W. J. Gay den Nathan Arnold. 



Hutchinson S. M. Hedgecoke S. 

Irion W. W. Carson W 

Jack M. G. Nelms S 

Jackson W. M. Moore W 

Jasper \. L. Mays J. 



M. Hedgecoke W. P. Hedgecoke. 

W. Carson 

L. Leeman George Spiller. . . . 

M. Moore R. J. Bryan 

M. Brown : J. E. McDonald. . . 



Jeff Davis lames Stewart lames Stewart. 



.J. W. Merrill 



.W. S. Christian. 
.W. C. Castleberrv. 
. B. C. Thompson. 
■ A. C. Egg. 
.B. F. James. 
J. B. Davis. 



Jefferson J. R. Jefferson . . 

Jim Hogg W. A. Dannelly. 

Jim Wells G. W. Savage. . . 

Johnson E. Frank Metze. 

Jones C. H. Pool 

Karnes W. H. Howard. . 

Kautmau .....Henry Sparks.. 

Kendall Tohn Rcinhard 

Kent J. W. Darden J. W. 

Kerr T. R. Leavell J. R. 

Kirnble W. P. Rilev W. P 

King W. F. Ballard W. F. 

Kinney H. E. Veltmann ft. K 

Kleberg H. W. Blud worth H. W 

Knox E. Duval Dave 

Lamar John S. Baker R. P. 

Lamb G. T. Gallaway G. T. 

Lampasas I. E. Morgan G. G. 

LaSalle G. H. Knaggs G. H. 



.B. T. Pipkin George W. White Jake Giles. 

. W. A. Dannelly Sixlo Garcia Oscar Thompson. 

.G. W. Savage T. G. Atlee W. A. Hinnant. 

. B. Jay Jackson D. G. Dalton L. D. Cooper. 

. W. F. Wright T. F. McClure. 

.W. J. Sealer T. Phelps Jim Brown. 

.W. W. Franklin A. A. Coupland W. R. Crane. 

.John Reinhard Frank Newlin J. M. Saner. 

Darden W. T. Barker D. I. McCombs. 

Leavell A. L. Sta.-key J. T. Moore. 

Riley Roy King G. R. Ivy. 

Ballard G. W. Moore. 

Veltmann C. F. Hodges Tom Perrv. 

Bludworth M. G. Milliken. 

Eiland Madison Morgan W. S. Britton. 

Young J. H. Wright W. A. Lain.' 

Gallaway W. H. Tilson Robert McQuillin. 

Bierbower W. H. Fountain A. R. Mace. 

Knaggs W. H. Sylvester T. H. Poole. 

Long W. H. Koether E. H. Hounhins. 



Brown F. A. Gale. 

Pickett , . . .H. O. Compton. 

Garrett A. A. Hyden... 

Shutterly E. H. Ervin... 



D. Scarborough 
W. T. Vann 
.C. W. Carlisle 
.A. F. TherreJl. 
.B. L. Millholion. 



Lavaca John Buchanan E 

Lee J. R. Folkes R. W. Stanley John Knox W. 

Leon .B. T. Gresham H. H. 

Liberty E. B. Pickett. Sr E. W 

Limestone Sam A. Thomas S M. 

Lipscomb B. E. Shutterly B. E. 

Live Oak Eugene La Riser Fugene La Riser E. Brown Charles L. Tullis. 

Llano S. E. Hargon... S. E. Hargon Otto Marshall W. H. Kuykendall. 

Lubbock I. A. Wilson J. A. Wilson II. G. Guinn W. II. Flynu. 

Lynn I. W. Elliott f. W. Elliott J. H. Edwards. 

Madison T. E. Griffin Will Viser T. C. Ford K. R. Batscn. 

K. Pursell G. M. Jones J. V. Brashear W. S. Terry. 



Marion L. K. Pursell. 

Martin II. Hamilton. . 



.H.Hamilton William E. Read A. It Miller. 



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County Officer. TEXAS GAZETTEER County Officer* 55 

Counties. County Clerk. District Clerk. Surveyor. Sheriff. 

Mason t . .S. C. Breckman S. C. Breckman Ben Hay P. C. Baird. 

Matagorda \V. C. Lloyd J. F. Perry E. N. Gustafson Frank Rugelcy. 

Maverick Alfred L. White Alfred L. White U. J. Backus Joe Williams. 

McCulloch W. J. Yantis P. A. Campbell W. P. Doty J. C. Wall. 

McLennan John W. Baker It. V. McClain Joe Goddard S. S. Fleming. 

McMullen E. J. W. Booth E. J. W. Booth W. S. Goff W. T. Holland. 

Medina S. A. Jungman August Kempf, Sr Henry V. Haass Joe F. Bader. 

Menard Daniel T. Benchoff Daniel T. Benchoff R. H. Spiller. 

Midland W. J. Sparks W. J. Sparks R. E. Estes W. E. Bradford. 

Milam Jeff T. Kemp Sam Wilson, Jr Quinn Walker Allen D. Hooks. 

Mills W. B. Summy L. E. Barker F. M. Long E. O. Priddy. 

Mitchell Earl Jackson Earl Jackson Rufus McComas G. B. Cough ran 

Montague R. O. Harris W. S. Cook E. H. Beeler A. W. Cunningham 

Montgomery W. F. Griffin Alfred Morris, Jr L.Burns M.A.Anderson. 

Moore F. S. Making F. S. .Making J V. Mills. 

Morris J. D. Lasater A. W. Sweeney Edwin F. Hull E. J. Smith. 

Motley Richard A. Seay Richard A. Seary B. F. Moore J. E. Russell. 

Nacogdoches O. F. Baxter Claud C. Watson H. C. Rich. 

Navarro T. G. Brooks P. H. Geranghty C. E. Lee W. L. Pevehouse. 

Newton G. W. Park L. C. Woods J. L. Tanner, Jr A. M. Sharver. 

Nolan Ernest E. Roy Dan Childress A. O. Dreyer John H. Bond. 

Nueces H. E. Luter R. O. Cook. Sr Charles T. von BlucherMike P. Wright. 

Ochiltree J. F. Klapp I. F. Klapp R.C.Allen J. S. Talley. 

Oldham William Balfour William Balfour Allen Stagg. 

Orange A. 11. Coale J. E. Patillo C. R. Goodman R. M. Johnson. 

Palo Pinto J. W. Brock C. V. Whatley M. V. Smith A. C. Jordan. 

Panola T. P. Christian J. P. Matthews R. W. Priest W. D. Anderson. 

Parker Ward Bankhead J. J. Stoker J. R. Braselton S. S. Gilbert. 

Parmer M. Dickson M. Dickson R. C. Hopping. 

Pecos Frank Roonev Frank Rooney A. N. Lea D. S. Booker. 

Polk C. H. Victerv*. R. E. Galloway J. D. Goolsby R. P. Foreman. 

Potter Sam B. Motlow M. H. Hardin W. Jeff Williams W. M. Burwell. 

Presidio J. H. Talf J. H. Taff G. H. Brooks M. B. Chastain. 

Rains ; L. O. Burnside L. O. Burnside R. T. Pearson William Whittle. 

Randall M. R. Garner M.'R. Garner O. G. Foster Worth A. Jenning. 

Reagan .1. B. Lucas J. B. Lucas II. E. Dickenson H. Japson. 

Real lohu Burns John Burns John Auld D. E. Huffman. 

Red River Tom Tipping Norton Cook J. C. Deaner J. S. Brackeen. 

Reeves Miss Willie de Woods. .Miss Willie de Woods. .A. M. Randolph Tom Harrison. 

Refugio Eugene Low Eugene Low F. S. Winsor P. A. Johnson. 

Roberts J. K. McKenzie J. E. McKenzie O. B. Hardin. 

Robertson J. B. Truett Arthur Hays B.F.Love AVill Rushing. 

Rockwall Chester White C. L. Frazier John S. Mason M. A. Brown. 

Runnels O L. Parish Miss Mary Phillips J. E. Powell J. P. Flynt. 

Rusk J. M. Jones W. G. Culp A. W. Brooks J. N. Hale. 

Sabine F. P. Adams C. B. Halbert J. J. McGown II. J. Sally. 

San Augustine II. B. Sossamar Ed Anderson E. W. Cupit. 

San Jacinto ..D. M. Love W. E. Whitrnire J. C. Ross Z. T. Ross. 

San Patricio G. D. McGloin G. D. McGloin D. Odem. 

San Saba W. N. Ellis C. G. Inglish S. J. Bross Hugh Miller. 

Schleicher W. C. Benton W. C. Benton '. J. F. Craig. 

Scurry W. T. Skinner W. S. Adamson H. A. Goodwin J. B. Boles 

Shackelford R. S. Long R. S. Long Proctor K. Clarke W. M. Biggs 

Shelby A. L. Pinkston L. D. Windham Noble Weaver S. H. Truitt 

Sherman W. I. Gamewell W. 1. Gamewell D. D. Spurlock W. R. Gamble 

Smith I. N. Cross James Lavender D. M. Edwards Joe Land 

Somervell . C. B. Irwin C. B. Irwin G. L. Booker P. E. Currie 

Starr E. Salinas A. Oastervern J. S. Monroe Juan C. Gonzalez 

Stephens T. A. Ault T. A. Ault T. W. Brown H. W. Sayle 

Sterling D. C. Durham D. C. Durham W. F. Kellis Dee Davis 

Stonewall R. S. Tillotson R. S. Tillotson J. F. Lee F. O. Senter 

Sutton I. D. Lowrey J. D. Lowrey E. C. Saunders T. B. Adams 

Swisher T. A. Ross T. A. Ross W. B. Hutchison D. B. Crawford 

Tarrant A. J. Beavers E. J. Brock. Jr Henry M. Dickson W. M. Rea 

Taylor W. J. Young J. Fuller W. A. Riney T. C. Weir 

Terrell W. H. Lemons W. H. Lemons G. W. Fenley J. J. Allen 

Terry D. J. Broughton D. J. Broughton A. E. Moore George E. Tieman 

Throckmorton lohn T. Massey, Jr. . . .John T. Massey, Jr B. F. Stribling J. D. Falls 

Titus Wallace Kelley B. T. Nugent J. H. Ccrgile John Cooper 

Tom Green Tame:; B. Keating Stephen Elmore J. E. Beavers Hawley Allen 

Travis Paul Deats D. J. Pickle Grooms Lee George S. Matthews. .. . 

Trinity G. W. Locke G. H. Motley J. M. O'Neill J C. Collins 

Tyler T. I. Sheffield T. F. Coleman T. M. Hyde E. T. Parsons 

Upshur I. C. McDonald W. J. Brison W. C. Elms B. C. Buie 

Upton R. C. Harlan R. C. Harlan R. W. Cushir.an A. F. Schnaubert 

Uvalde Miss Zer.a Dairy mple. .Mat Burney William Jordan G. H. Johnson 

Val Verde Lamar Brown Walter F. Jones. ....... C. C. Roberts John F. Robinson 

Van Zandt L. U. Castleberry G. T. Kennedy "....J. W. Bateman I. R. Kellis 

Victoria Herman Fischer L. N. Hofer F. W. Watrous R. N. Weisiger 

Walker A. T. Randolph J. B. Lee C. B. Smith J. A. Farris 

Waller 'tobert McDade W. B. Urban Melvin Moore J. J. Perry 

Wrrl ...'•:. W. Sweatt E. W. Sweatt W. B Wynns . H. C. Cantrell 

Washington John Green Morgan. . .11. V. Hoffman W. B. Francis D. E. Teague 

Webb T. A. Rodriguez Raymond V. Martin Edmund J. Foster Amador Sanchez 



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County Officers 



Counties. County Clerk. District Clerk. Surveyor. Sheriff. 

Wharton P. G. Brooks P. G. Brooks John A. Norris Robert Kochl 

Wheeler J. M. Griffin J. M. Griffin J. D. Merriman Lee Gunter 

Wichita E. P. Walsh A. F. Kerr H. M. Snoddy R. L. Randolph... 

Wilbarger E. M. Rogers A. H. Richie H. E. Coleman J. D. Key 

Willacy Antonio Lozano Antonio Lozano John T. Love 

Williamson C. T. McMurray Thomas W. Wilson. .. .Walter Rountree Lee O. Allen 

Wilson John McDaniel J. E. Wiseman W. T. Sutherland W. L. Wright 

Winkler G. C. Dawson G. C. Dawson W. A. Priest 

Wise J. P. Williams Lory D. White A. Devereux Sam Faith 

Wood Jonathan Russell C. W. Vickery W. E. Steveson O. H. Brown 

Yoakum F. L. Boyd F. L. Boyd P. Z. Conrad D. F. Chreitzberg. 

Young D. D. Cussenbury J. L. Vaughan C. W. Hinson J. C. Keller 

Zapata Jose B. Garcia Jose B. Garcia A. M. Cuellar 

Zavalla G. C. Jackson George K. Taggart I. E. Hall G. C. Miller 



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Tax Assessor. 



B. 

H. 

L. 
. H. 

P. 
. T. 

E. 



Rogers.. . . 



.H. 



Tax Collector. 
H. Fitzgerald. . 



Hall T. W. Craddock... 



Agee. . . 
Smith. 



, .H. 

, .S. 

..C. 

.D. 



Counties. 

Anderson O. 

Andrews A. 

Angelina C. 

Aransas W 

Archer L. 

Armstrong W 

Atascosa J. 

Austin Fred 

Bandera J. R. 

Bastrop ....". Jame 

Baylor R. E. Bryan VV. L. Ellis Hugh L 

Bee Thomas Craven John Wilson William 



J. C. Selman 

H. T. Baily 

Carrington C. E. Goodwin Lulu 

McLaren R. C. Rodgers 

Lyons Tom S. Brite 

Grote William Schneider. 

Hankinson R. S. Smith 

H. Jones George W. Davis... 



Treasurer. 

Ramsour. . 

Umberson . 

Boykin .... 

Scrivner Dr. 

Woodward Dr. 

Mrs. T. E. McCaleb Dr. 

H. L. McKinzie Dr. 

William Willrodt Dr. 



..A. 



M. Stigler 

Chalmers 

White. . . 

Smith. . . 



.Dr. 
.Dr. 
.Dr. 



Bell A. G. Vick X. A. Ensor W. W. Upshaw... 

Bexar Albert V. Huth John W. Bitter P. P. Hoefgen 

Blanco G. A. Cammack J. R. Johnson George Shannon. 



Borden J. C. Darwood. 

Bosque S. M. Thomas. 



.W. A. Clark J 

. R. B. Moorman L 



Bowie 
Brazoria 
Brazos . . 
Brewster 



.R. 

H. 

J. 

, J. 



M. Johnson. Jr Will H. Davis 

A. Perry Fred A. Brock 



.N. J. 
.Scott 



Sidney Smith W. Wipprecht J. 

W. Phelps J. W. Phelps J. 

Briscoe E. D. McMurtry Miner Crawford J. 

Brooks Frank C. Rachel Amado Garza \ 

Brown W. W. Johnson Frank Emison J. 

Burleson W. T. Clinton George M. Johnston ... P. 



Burnet J. 

Caldwell .: J. 

Ca'houn I. 

Callahan T 



F. Pangle. . . . 

M. Alexander. 

D. Crain 

L. Conway. 



Hannabass 

Robinson. . 

Rachel Dr 

Benson Dr 

Priddy H. C. 

Walton Dr. J. 

Burson Dr. J 

Watts Dr. J. 

Smith Dr. J. 

Delamater Dr. J. 

Mvra Erwin Dr. '1 

F. Harris T. B. 

Tisdale Fred 

Shanks C. W. Conner Dr. J. A. Shackelford 

Walton Edgar L. Hicks C. W. Skipper. 



. ...O. L. Wallace Miss 

. . . .J. L. Magee Tom 

J. D. O'Neil S. C 

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Health Officer. 
.R. H. McLeod. 
.A. P. Head. 
.Dr. T. W. Largent. 

W. F. McMullen. 

A. R Mathews. 
D. H. Brook. 
W. A. Davis. 

B. E. Knoll?. 
J. O. Butler. 
H. P. Luckett. 

C. F. Johnson. 
R. M. Prather. 
Dr. A. B. Crain. 
Di. D. Berrey. 

Dr. J. F. Barnwell. 
J. H. Hannabass. 
Dr. J. Frank McDonald. 
T E. Oliver. 
W. V. Ezell. 
Olivet. 
A. Hardy. 
Ed Crawford. 
B. Miller. 
W. McCarver. 
W. Matthews. 
. T. Cheatham. 
t'oopwood. 
Roemer. 



Cameron George Champion W 

Camp W. W. Chance D. H. Carpenter G. L. Merrell C 

'Carson f. E. Phillips J. W. Wood B. B. Pool L 

Cass \V. C. Williams S. H. Vance T. L. Nipper C 

Castro Steve Hoelting Roy F Barber Mrs. M. I. Biddle 

Chambers Normie Sherman F. R. LaFour R. E. Swinney... 

Cherokee P. B. Musslewhite D. B. Singletary W. J. Summers.. 

Childress Hardy Kreigbaum A. J. Brown J. H. Cliesnutt. . . 

Clay I. W. Gerard L. R. Ham Irving Corbett 

Coke Mrs. Louisa Hickman. Will Hickman Mrs. Anna Parker 



Henderson. 

Williams. 

Davis. 



.G. H. Fahring. 
.Dr. E. M. Moseley. 
.J. H. Jernigan. 

Dr. J. S. Calhoun. 
.Dr. W. J. Adams. 



Coleman Sam Berry S. 

Collin L. T. Gay W 

Collingsworth I. D. Thomas L. 

Colorado H. J. Laas H. 

Comal Gus Reininger W 

Comanche Morgan Hall Frank Palmer. 

Concho S. E. Willis Warren Puett. 



H. Gilliland Jeff Reese 

H. Chaddick W. M. Shirley Dr. B. W. Largent. 

T. Sullivan T. A. Glenn Dr H. B. Worley. 

Braden. J. J. Patter Dr. J. H. Payne 

H. Adams August Friesch Dr. H. Leonards 

. ..Jokkie W. Burks. . 1 .. .Dr. Charles W. Ory. 
. . .T. F. Tomerlin J. W. France. 



Cooke D. V. Hancock John Alexander G. W. Bryson Pr. C. R.Johnson. 

Coryell T. J. Fikes Clarence Stockburger. .W. A. Green Ralph Bailey. 



Cottle Jessie W. Harvey J. L. Bacus Theodore Combesi . 

Crockett F. M. Holmsley Jim 

Crosby C. II. Cherbonnier 0. E. 

Culberson T F. Stephens J IT. 

Dallam M. C. Floyd John 

Dallas Marsh Elliston R. U 



Dawsou F. ('. 

Deaf Smith C. P. 

De'.ta : A. L. 

Denton J. M. 

DeWitt C. T. 

Dickens T. J. 

Dimmit T. F. 

Donley G. W 

Duval W. L 



Waruick J. F. 

Arthur II. W 

Millsap I. M. 

Gary H. V. 



Moore Tom 

Roy S. D. 

ruhj" B. F. 

McCanless J. 13. 

Ellis B. M. 

Conner I. G. 



Casbeer. . . . 

Ramseur. . . 

VVylie 

Mcore 

Bond 

L. Mitchell. 



Schwab T. 

Harrison J. 

Skevington W 

Baker I. 

Rogers \. 



Baird Roseoe Davidson Dr 

B. Williams J. F. Kerbow W. 

Hennen 1. W. Nelson Dr 

Stell Otto Koonig. Sr Dr 

Conner B. A. Crego T 

Gardner W. A. White Dr 

Patmati Guss Johnson Dr 

. Tobin Alonzo Lopez Jose (;. Garcia. 



Dr. \V. 11. Alexander. 



R. i-. Owen. 
Dr. K. W. Field. 
J. C. Lovelace. 
J. W. Hichs. 

J. Crook. 

James It. Ed wards. 
J. M. Lackey. 
II. Blackwell. 
W. I,. Barnard. 
H. T. Hamm. 



County Officers 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



County Officers 



57 



Counties. Tax Assessor. 

Eastland :.... Luther Davenport H. 

Ector John Brock S. 

Edwards J. P. Draper L. 



Tax Collector. Treasurer. 

A. Collins Walter Gray 

A. Kellog B. C. Hendrick.. 

A. Clark T. P. Hamrick. . 



Health Officer. 
.Dr. J. L. Johnson. 



. . .J. E. Rogers. 

Ellis J. C. Willis George F. Smith Miss B. Templeton W. C. Tennerv. 

El Paso George W. Huffman. ..Will 1. Watson J. D. Ponder Hugh S. White. 



Erath W. G. 

Falls W. E. 

Fannin W. B. 

Fayette H. C. 

Fisher H. B. 

Floyd B. C. Willis A 

Foard John H. Roach L. 

Fort Bend W. P. Winner J. 

Franklin H. B. Little D 

Freestone J. A. McDonald Tom 

Frio Lee A. Love . . .' John 

Gaines Guy Stark J. X. 

Galveston P. McXichols F. T 

Garza J. P. Crowlev O. B 



D. 
D. 

If. 



Dr. Uel Keith. 

F. H. Shaw. 
Dr. A. B. Kennedy. 
R. H. Knolle. 
Dr. R. R. Allen 
Dr. V. Andrews. 
Hill. 



Cook Tom Stennith Dee Kellev 

Hodges C. W. Brattou M. O. Nix." 

Vaughn T. J. Cox Sid Ridling 

Steinmann William Menneke B. L. Bapp 

Kerbow R. H. Johnson X. S. Bonner 

C. Goen Mrs. Addie Thagard. 

Campbell Mrs. D. F. Thompson. . Dr. J. M 

Kennon II. N. Darst 

Holley R. F. Majors Dr. Z. C. Fuquay. 

S. Peyton Irvan H. Bonner 

L. Hess O. L. Smith Dr. E. G. Cochran 

Coker Mrs. MaUie Trimble. . .Dr. W. J. Reeves. 

Gloor H. A. Robertson E. S. Cox. 

Kelly p. L. Maupin 

Dr. J. E. Peden 
Dr. W. A. Lee. 



Gillespie Louis Kordzik Herman Ochs Albert Schmidt 

Glasscock A. R. Wysong Ben F. Lovelace R. S. Dunbar.. 



Goliad William L. Frorame ... Victor Wilemen Emil Bergmann L. W. Chilton. 

Gonzales H. F. Orts N. W. Hampton. R. K. Wyatt Dr. J. A. Maness. 

Gray J. B. Parchall J. S. Denson Henry Thut C. E. Donnel. 

Grayson J. B. Raines John W. HcJ'ingsworthE. A. Turner Dr. J. F.Jones. 

Gregg Clarence Hamilton. .. .E. O. McWhorter Thad Barber 

Grimes J. A. Xeeley Will II. Smith M. L. Floyd Hugh YVPson. 

Guadalupe John P. Smith Hy J. Blumberg William Fritz T. W. Moore. 

Hale J. X. Jordan John C. Hooper John G. Hamilton A.H.Lindsay. 

Hall Charles Webster J. E. King V. A. Hudgins Dr. J. O. Durham. 

Hamilton Tom C. Pierson L. X. Rice I.. YV. Keon 

Hansford W. L. Barkley ...Joe R. Spivey W. E. Caldwell 

Hardeman D. A. Mahoney J. C. Flynt R. L. Gulle> Dr. G. H. Johnson. 

Simmons Walter S. Parker J. W. Chalfant Dr. John Roberts. 

Miller Karl Druesedow James Charlton W. II. Martin. 

Gaines Phil P. Taylor G. P. Stedman Dr. J. H. Taylor. 

Cul:ender R. O. Neely C. H. Wheeler J. M. Wolf. " 



Hardin Fount 

Harris A. R. 

Harrison Jeff D. 

Hartley A. B. 



.Dr. 

.Dr. 

.Dr. 

.Dr. 

.F. 

.Dr. 

.E. 

.W. 



Haskell J. M. Torbet J. E. Walling Emory Menefee 

Kays J.X.Young A. D. McC.ehee P.J.Woods 

Hemphill Jesse Long C. H. Tipps G. L. Addison 

Henderson Demps Henry Hal C. Dunbar T. D. Frizzell 

Hidalgo \Y. B. Barlow J. R. Alamia John Closner 

Hill George G. Smith John E. McKinzie Mrs. Edna Miller.. 

Hood John C. Adams Sid Powell Joe F. Kerr 

Hopkins Dennis Melton T. A. Moore H. G. York 

Houston John Ellis G. H. Denny Xey Sheridan 

Howard .Anderson Baily J. A. Baggatt W. R. Purser 

Hunt J. J. Darnell Frank M. Wood W.F.Wood 

Hutchinson M. W. Barnes W. S. Christian I. C. Whittenburg. . 

Irion Mrs. Fannie Felton. W. C. Castleberry Thomas Stonehouse 

Jack E. L. Merriman A. D. Owens R. M. Ramzy 

Jackson F. W. Rogers A. C. Egg M. T. McNeil 

Jasper I. T. Braswell Giles McKinnon Wesley McKee 

Jeff Davis A. G. Prude J. B. Davis Dr. W. T. Jones Dr. W 

Jefferson Ogden Johnson Joe A. Bordages H. L. Williams Dr. J 

Jim Hogg C. W. Hellen Oscar Thompson Miguel de la Garza 

Jim Wells June Adams W. A. Hinnant H 

Johnson H. F. Southern Lon D. Morgan J. 

Jones R. J. Roland R. L. Barrett R 

Karnes C. H. Gorham E. C. Seale R 

Kaufman John Yat*\s J. M. Mounger J. 

Holekamp J. M. 

Thompson D. O 



Kendall Paul 

Keat C. O. 

Kerr W. G 

Kimble O. C. 



Peterson J. T. Moore A. B 

Reid G. R. Ivy J. A. 

King Frank Gibson Tom Perry R. B. 

Kinney J. H. Stadler G. W. Moore W. F. 

Kleberg C. J. Kivlin M. O. Milliken J. S. 

Knox R. H. Riley W. S Britton G. L. 

Lamar Ben Carnahan J. T. Jones A. G. 

Lamb M. Dotson Robert McQuillin Fred 

Lampasas E. T. Jordan A. K Mace G. W. 

LaSalle R. L. Henrichson T. H. Poole F 

lxivaca Rud Valenta S. L. Bennett A 

Lee M. E. Suehs E 

Loon C. D. Lemons J. 

Liberty W. B. Green Green Prescott W. D 

Limestone F. M. Sellers G. VV. Herod Solon 



D. L. Cummings. 
M.'C. Williams. 
H. C. Caylor. 
J. K. Webster. 
E. Osborn. 
T. E. Hunt 
L. Menefee. 
S. Southerland. 
..Dr. L. Meriwether. 
. .Dr. J. G. Wright 
..Dr. T. J. Milner. 
..R. C. Hannah. 
..Dr. E. O. Deal. 
. .Dr. E. G. Huckabav. 
..O. H. Radkey. 
. .B. F. Bean. 

T. Jones. 
S. Price. 

W. Garrett Dr. U. W. Athinson. 

A. Coursey Dr. B. H. Turner. 

G. Ladd Dr. F. E. Hudson. 

W. Dromgoolle S. A. King. 

R. Choate ..D. H. Hudgins. 

Saner Adolph Theis Dr. J. F. Xoe. 

McCombs .R. I. Byrd Dr. P. C. Wray. 



Williamson E. E. Palmer. 

Browning Dr. Fred Burt. 

Hight 

Holmes F. J. Gilson. 

House 

Earnest Dr. G. H. Beavers. 

Hubbard T. C. Geron. 

Schreier 



Tinkle E. 

D. 
Dr 
Dr 



D. McMahan... 

B. Devall 

G. Jaehne W. A. Sikes 

H. Brown '. . .Vance Holleman. 

Davis 

fiasco 



M. Vaughn. 
R. L. Graham. 

James E. Lay 

J. M. Johnson. 

E. V. Powell. 

R. E. Bo wen. 

R. B. Jackson. 
H. Atldredge. 
.Charles H. 'Reagan 
.Dr. H. s. Selman. 



Jr. 



.Dr. 
.Dr. 
.Dr. 
.11. 



Lipscomb W. L. Owens B. L. Miilhollon Jasper Millliollon . . 

Live Oak Ix?roy C. Xew Charles L. Tullis Claud B. Lutts 

Llano ...John A. Cone W. H. Kuykendall Kelua Carter 

Lubbock H. K. Porter W. H. Flynn R. H. Wilson Dr. William L Baugb. 

Lynn F. E. Redwine J.H.Edwards McMill Clayton L. E. Turrontine. 

Madison James R. Rhodes J. M. Roberts W. D. McDonald Dr. G. P. Day. 



58 



County Officer* 



R. L. POLK & CO'S (1914) 



County Officert 



Counties. 



Tax Assessor. Tax Collector. Treasurer. Health Officer. 

Marion N. B. Webb J. T. King J. H. Rowell, Jr J. A. R. Moslev. 

Martin J. E. Henson A. B. Miller A. G. Odom Br. L. C. Brown 

Mason R. E. L. Clark P. C. Baird C. S. Vedder M. B. Branderberger. 

Matagorda J. D. Moore C. M. Steger George E. Serrill E. E. Scott. 

Maverick Trinidad San Miguel. .Joe Williams George Hollis Dr. Charles Tarver. 

McCuJloch J. A. Watkins S. H. Mayo John Rainbolt Dr. J. B. Granville. 

McLennan John Reed Lee R. Davis N. O. Wortliam Dr. T. A. Langston. 

McMuIlen John R. Bryne W. T. Holland \. E. Shannon 

•Medina H. B. Taylor Joe Ney Lou E. Heath Dr. W. H. Smith. 

Menard Leo A. Callan R. H. Spiller Emil Toepperwein Dr. William Fenlev. 

Midland W. G. Pemberton W. E. Bradford 1. H. Bell J. B. Thomas. 

Milam R. S. Wiley Porter Stevens James A. Pate E. E. Best. 

Mills A. E. Evans E. O. Priddy S. T. Wells Dr. J. M. Campbell- 

B. Coughran J. 

D. Lunn D. 

Simonton J. 

Mills J. 

Cason D. 

Russell S. 

.J. 
.S. 



Mitchell Earl Caloway G. 

Montague J. P. Hathcock A. 

Montgomery Robert Lee Talley J. 

Moore H. B. Phythian J. 

Morris V. H. Warren R. 

Motley H. L. White J. 

Nacogdoches R. W. Sullivan George F, Rainbolt.. 

Navarro J. H. Bates W. J. Brown 



W. 
V. 
L. 
E. 



E. Stowe Dr. W. R. Smith. 

D. Jackson N. W. Grain. 

P. Rose J. M. Smith. 



.W. 



B. McMahon Van E 

S. 
D. 
H. 



Newton H. L. Hext 

Nolan George Sheppard L. S. Polk A. 

Nueces Joe C. Bluntzer E. R. Oliver H. 

Ochiltree J. W. Wright J. S. Talley .' W 

Oldham James W. Whitfield. . .Allen Stagg A. 

Orange George A. Foreman, Jr.R. M. Johnson W 

Palo Pinto F. B. Watson Claude liightower G. 

Panola Lucius Barton Ottie Copeland W 



H. Phillips.., 
W. Moore. . . . 

D. Horn 

C. Fall 

T. Poole 

Curtis. . . 



Dr. J. W. Hale. 

L. Y. Turner. 

Dr. A. C. Truweek. 

R. P. Lockey. 

. . . .W. D. Fountain. 
Dr. H. W. Hardy. 



Manzey 

C. Gussett Dr. H 

Richardson J. W. 

L. Turner 

L. Downey Dr. J. C 

L. Dalfon R. 

D. Hill Dr 



S. Burke. 
Brewer. 



Parker J. R. 

Parmer C. G. 

Pecos J. L. 

Polk J. H. 

Potter Georgi 

Presidio Frank 



Pickens Oscar Harris Henry Barber Dr 

Bratton R. C. Hopping Bob Kvlcer H. 

Moore D. S. Booker H. H. Butz W. 

McKee E. H. Waldrep S. H. Holcomb Dr 

? S. Williams. .. .Frank E. Buckingham . .Mrs. N. H. Tudor Dr 

Russell M. B. Chastain V. Hogan Dr 



Seastrunk. 
H. Smith. 
H. A. Ross. 
J. A. Williams. 
P. Oliver. 
H. Taylor. 
R. B Love. 

Vinyard. 
Mahon. 
Pearson. 
Stewart. 



S. 

M 
Dr. P. 
Dr. D. 



. . .R. L. Terry. 



Rains Sam Kennemer William Whittle W. J. F. Glass. 

Randall Cyrus Eakman Worty A. Jennings .... W. T. Garrett.. 

Reagan Elijah Cutbirth H. Japson W. W. Pittman. 

Real ' Z. H. Eppler D. E. Huffman. ...... .Joe Haynes 

Red River Charles Grant Sam Porter George T. Hoklaway 

Reeves W. W. Camp Tom Harrison John B. Hudson Dr. W. H. Penway 

Refugio T. R. Shelly P. A. Johnson William Baumgartner..W. S. Walker. 

Roberts L. A. Coffee O. B. Hardin Dan Kivelehen P. L. Shelton 

Robertson J. T. Young Guy Hearn T. P. Grant T. G. Curry. 

Rockwall Lonnie Walker M. A. Brown Lannie Stimson C. M. Jackson. 



Runnels ... M. C. Boyd W. T. Padgett W 

Rusk Charles Hardy George E. Wood U. 

Sabine J. D. Woods H. J. Sally A. 



San Augustine. . . . 


1. 


San Jacinto 


C. 


San Patricio 


P. 


San Saba 


B. 


Schleicher 


H 



E. Roberts T. 

T. Hill H. 

C. Rachol D. 

B. Duey W 

W. Finley J. 



L. Brown Dr. E. R. Walker. 

H. liightower J. E. Walkins. 

H. McGown Dr. W. T. Arnold. 

W. Slaughter G. M. Smith. 

G. Woodruff Dr. D. McCardell. 



Scurry J. A. Merritt 

Shackelford P. H. 

Shelby .-.Blain 

Sherman .' J. M. 

Smith H. B 

Somervell F. M. 



B. Roberts G 

L. Lilley, Jr G. 

Odem E. McKeown 

W. Skelton D. A. Autrey 

F. Craig G. A Neill 

M. Curry C. R. Lockhart 

Williams W. M. Biggs George T. Latimer. 

Wood J. O. Cooper Lem Reed 

Turner W. R. Gamble IV J. Wilson Dr. W 

Matthews George Burriss W 

Faulkner P. E. Currie J. 



.W. 



Dr. S. 
Dr. G. 
Dr. H. 
Dr. Z. 
Dr. E. 



W. Rimmer. 

L. Lewis. 
E. Rosser. . 
W. Casev. 
S. Carroll. 
O Brown. 



H. Chitwood G D. Bell. 

A. Hainberlain Dr. J. T. Murray. 



Starr H. Garza. Jr 



Stephens J- B. Lucius H. W. Sayle 

Sterling ;.W. E. Allen Dee Davis. 

Stonewail J. C. Rash 

Sutton George J. Trainer, 

Swisher J. R. Spence 

Tarrant Gooi ge W. Bell ... . 

Taylor W. T. St. John 

Terrell W. J. Banner 

Terry R. W. Glover. ..... 

Throckmorton A. B. Gober. 



.G. A. Guerra Santiago Gonzales Dr. C. Salis 

..Dr. B. F. Rhodes. 



, .F. O. Center 

. .T. B. Adams 

. .D. B. Crawford. .. 

. .W. E. Elliott 

, .D. T. Uarkrider G. B. Tittle... 

..J. J. Allen F. K. Harrell.. 

..George E. Tiernan H. 

..J. D. Falls W 



Titus Ed McElreath Tom Price J. 

Tom Green Squire Bocne W. S. Cunningham ..." 

Travis Dr. J. E. Hill Airs. Eli H. Miller K 

Trinity W. W. Martin W. L. Ilutson I 

Tyler W. H. Cobb 1. M. Sumrall D. C. Knloe 

Upshur M. C. Bel! E. L. Lawrence I. L. George 

Cpton J. H. Johnson A. F. Schnaubert N". A. Zinn 

" Hector W. A. Timberlake F. W. Miller 

W. Aimond John F. Robinson lohn M. Gray... 

Cra£t A. M. Herrin (. F. Kobison... 

Stoner E. W. Klein A. K. Wilson. . . 

Oliphint Howell Mayes W. II. Woodall.. 



Newton Russell . . . 

R. B. Cummins 

S. R. Dickey William Jordan. . . . 

J. E. Grimland 

W. O. Owens 

W. E. Matthews Dr. D. S. Rumph. 

...Dr. C. M. Cash. 
...Dr. F. W. Reeve. 

r. Brooks 

Calahan Dr. L. H. Hardy. 

Cook Dr. T. M. Fleming. 

Hanks Dr. S. L. Smith. 

Rohcrdeau Dr. J. M. Loving. 

Stevenson 



F. 

A. 
. M. 
. C. 

A. 



Uvalde O. P 

Val Verde John 

Van Zandt H. J. 

Victoria Hunt 

Walker : G. B. 

Waller C. II. 

Ward P. G. 



Finland. . . 
Lane. 



.Sam Karijiihar. , 
. . .1-1. C. Cantrell. 



.J. B. Cruse. 
.Dr. H. J. Childress. 
.J. H. Johnson. 
.Dr. T. R. Knox. 
.Dr. R. M. Scott. 
. B. B. Brandon. 
.O. S. McMuIlen 
.Dr. K. W. Fowler. 
.Dr. C. W. LeGrande. 



.L. D. Arasler 

..Miss Edna Bacon Isaac Mayhugh. 



. 



County Officers 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



District Courts 



59 



Counties. 



Tax Assessor. 



Tax Collector, 



Treasurer. 



Washington William Wendt Frank H. Bosse Burney Parker P. 

Webb R. J. Deyendecker H. Ligarde A. M. Bruni Dr. 

Wharton , Gus Seydler John Blair J. P. Taylor Dr. 

Wheeler J. D. Craig Lee Gunter J. R. Carver II. 

Wichita John Robertson W. H. Daugherty T. M. McHam 

Wilbarger Albert Mason J. G. Hall J. J. Pepper Dr. 

Willacy John G. Kenedy, Jr John T. Love A. L. Fast Dr. 

Williamson J. W. Armstrong Halsey Davis D. H. Davis Dr. 

Wilson C. B. Stevenson O. E. Irvin...« O. L. Ezzell Dr. 

Winkler W. F. Stewart W. A. Priest J. S. Howe 

Wise Jesse A. Maddux M. A. Arnctt Buck Smith L. 

Wood Lon Chreitzberg B. F. Smart Miss Lillie Leath Dr. 

Yoakum W. H. Hague J. C. Keller N. H. Bigger Dr. 

Young .. G. D. Hinson Ed Parsons I. B. Padgitt Dr. 

Zapata V. Sanchez A. M. Cuellar Mercurio Martinez 

Zavalla G. C. Miller I. E. Hall W. O. Day. Dr. 



Health Officer. 
H. Barnhill. 

W. W. MacGregor. 

B. R. Vails. 
E. Blackerby. 



H. H. Rhoads. 

Graham. 

E. M. Thomas. 

John V. Blake. 



H. Reeves. 
W. T. Black. 
W. M. Johnson. 
J. L. Williamson. 



R. F. Martin. 



DISTRICT COURTS 



Andrews. . . 
Angelina. . . 
Aransas. . . 
Archer. 
Armstrong. 
Atascosa. . 

Austin 

Bailey. 
Bandera. . . 
Bastrop 

Baylor 

Bee 

Bell 



Bexar . 



County Dist'ct District Judge District Clerk Terms of Court 

Anderson 3 J S Prince E T McCorn 12th and 20th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb.; 12th Mon. after 1st 

Mon. in Sept. 

70 S J Isaacks ,TM Smith Attached to Midland County. 

2 L D Guinn ,W L Evans 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

36 F G Chambliss. . . J C Herring 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

30 P A Martin .G W Alexander. . . 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

47 J N Browning EC Cayton 12th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

36 FG Chambliss. . . P L Vickers .. 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

22 F S Roberts 17th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

64 L S Kinder R A Holland 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

38 R H Burney W R Fletcher 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

21 E R Sinks ,L D Olive 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

50 JAP Dickson . . . .E Graham 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

36 FG Chambliss. .. ZT Partain 3d Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

27 J D Robinson E E Upshaw 1st Mon. in Jan., June and Nov. 

37 W S Anderson 1st Mon. in Oct., Nov., Jan., Mar. and May. 

57 R B Minor A Coy, jr 1st Mon. in Dec, Feb., April and J-.me. 

45 S G Taylor 1st Mon. in Dec, Feb., April and June. 

73 W F Ezell 1st Mon. in Dec, Feb.. April and June. 

33 C W Martin B J Stubbs 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

32 W W Beall J S Weatherford . . 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

18 O LLockett R Summers 3d Mon. in Mar. and 1st Mon. in Sept. and Dec. 

5 H F O'Neal J^ C Lynch 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and 4th Mon. in Aug. 

23 S J Stiles W Phillips 2d Mon. in Feb. and 1st Mon. in Sept. 

20 J C Scott T W Barron 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

63 W C Douglas W H Lease 5th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

64 L S Kinder T L Anderson 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

28 W B Hopkins C Phillips .' 

35 J W Goodwin T Leach 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

21 E R Sinks G W Grant 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

33 C W Martin W F Wilson 1st Mon. in Jan. and 1 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. 

22 FS Roberts TH Brown 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

24 J M Green E F Ehlinger 10th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 10th Mon. after 1st Mon in Sept. 

42 T L Bianton A R Day 18th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

28 W B Hopkins. . . . L Kowalski 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

.7 R W Simpson F H Goodjohn 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

31 F P Creever HH Cleek 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

5 H F O'Neal T M Powell 1st Mon. in Feb. and 4th Mon. in Aug. 

64 L S Kinder R A Holland 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

9 LB Hightower. . .J Wooten 9th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

2 LD Guinn J J Bolton 17th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

46 J A Nabers H D Cordell 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

30 P A Martin E W Coleman 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

72 W R Spencer J A Wilson Kith Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

51 J W Timmins RE Douglas 3d Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

35 J W Goodwin W E Gideon 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

59 J M Pearson AS Wheatley 1st Mon. in Feb. and 3d Mon. in May and Sept. 

46 J A Nabers O L Couch 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

25 M Kennon WC Papenberg. . .2d Mon. in Sept. and 5th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. 

22 F S Roberts F Tauseh 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

52 J H Arnold WD Carroll 14th Mon. after 2d .Mon. in Jan. and July. 

35 J W Goodwin J B Waide 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

16 C F Spencer S K Rudolph 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 2d Mon. in July. 

52 J A Arnold R B Crass 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

50 J A P Dickson AC Dulaney 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

70 S J Isaacks PA Higgins 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

51 J W Timmins T Nolan 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

72 W R Spencer W F Kzell 19th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

70 S J Isaacks G H Cox 

69 D B Hill R W Thompson. . .8th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 



Blanco. 

Borden 

Bosque 

Bowie 

Brazoria 

Brazos 

Brewster 

Briscoe 

Brooks 

Brown 

Burleson 

Burnet 

Caldwell 

Calhoun 

Callahan 

Cameron 

Camp 

Carson 

Cass 

Castro 

Chambers 

Cherokee 

Childress. . . . . 

Clay 

Cochran 

Coke 

Coleman 

Collin 

Collingsworth. 

Colorado 

Comal 

Comanche. . . . 

Concho 

Cooke 

Coryell 

Cottle 

Crane 

Crockett 

Crosby 

Culberson 

Dallam 



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County Dist' 

fl4 

Dallas < 44 

168 

Dawson 32 

Deal Smith 69 

Delta | 6 2 

Denton 16 

DeWitt 24 

Dickens 50 

Dimmit 49 

Donley 47 

Duval 28 

Eastland 42 

Ector 70 

Edwards 3S 

Ellis 40 

El Paso J 41 

Erath 29 

Falls 54 

Fannin 6 

Fayette 22 

Fisher 39 

Floyd 64 

Foard 46 

Fort Bend 23 

Franklin 5 

Freestone 13 

Frio 49 

Gaines 72 

f 10 
Galveston i 56 

Garza 32 

Gillespie 33 

Glasscock 70 

Goliad 24 

Gonzales 25 

Gray 31 

(.15 

• (59 

Gregg 4 

Grimes 12 

Guadalupe 25 

Hale C4 

Hall 46 

Hamilton 52 

Hansford 31 

Hardeman 46 

Hardin 9 

f 11 
Harris i. 55 

[61 

Harrison 71 



Terms of Court 
3ept. and Dec. 



Grayson. 



Hunt . 



Hartley 69 

Haskell 39 

Hays 22 

Hemphill 31 

Henderson. ... 3 

Hidalgo 28 

Hill 66 

Hockley 72 

Hood 29 

Hopkins 8 

Houston 3 

Howard 32 

J 62 

"( 8 

Hutchinson 31 

Irion 51 

Jack 43 

Jackson 24 

Jasper 1 

Jeff Davis 63 

(58 

' ( 60 

Jim Hogg 28 

Jim Wells 28 

Johnson 18 

Jones 39 

Karnes 24 

Kaufman. 40 



Jefferson . 



ct District Judge District Clerk 

K Foree H H Williams. ... 2d Mon. in Mar., May, 

E B Muse HH Williams. . . . 1st Mon. in Jan.. April. June and Oct. 

J C Roberts H H Williams 1st Mon. in Feb., May, Sept. and Dec. , 

W R Spencer WE Anderson. . . .13th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

DB Hill J S Jones 16th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

Wm Picrson O C Oir 1st Mon. in Jan. and June. 

A P Dohoney O C Orr 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan.; 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Aug. 

C F Spencer WE Durbin 6th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

J M Green T J Kennedy 1st- Mon. in Jan. and 16th Mon. after the 1st Mon. in Sept. 

JAP Dickson Crawford Cobb. . . 21st Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

J F Mullally G Jeffrey 2d Mon. alter 3d Mon. in Aug.; 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. 

J N Browning. . . . J J Alexander 14th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

W B Hopkins. ... J V Palacios 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

Thos L Blanton. . J Burkett 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

S J Isaacks PA Higgins 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

R H Burner S A Hough 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

FLee Hawkins. . .Lent Wray 4th Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

D M Jackson J A Escajeda 1st Mon. in Jan., Mar., May, Sept. and Nov. 

A M Walthall. ... J A Escajeda 1st Mon. in Jan., Mar., May, Sept. and Nov. 

W J Oxford H C Thornton 13th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

R I Munroe R L Cobb 2d Mon. in Jan. and 1st Mon. in July. 

B H Denton L L Peterson 1st Mon. in Feb. and 3d Mon. in Aug. 

FS Roberts F JKallus 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

John B Thomas. . O C Walker 3d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

L. S Kinder W B Clark 1st Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

J A Nabers John S Ray 12th Men. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

S J Styles W Schendel : 8th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; Sth Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. 

H F O'Neal J Jones Sth Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and 4th Mon. in Aug. 

H B Daviss Mrs E E Turner. . 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 1st Mon. in Sept. 

J F Mullally S Johnson 15th Mon. after 3d Mon. in Aug.; 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. 

W R Spencer B B Curry 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

1st Mon. in Feb., April, June, Oct. and Dec. 

Robt G Street. . . . J C Gengler 1st Mon. in Feb., April, June, Oct. and Dec. 

Clay S Briggs. . . . J C Gengler 1st Mon. in Feb., May. July and Nov. 

W R Spencer Ira Weakley 20th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

C W Martin G E Wright 3d Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

S J Isaacks N Girdwood 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

J M Green J A White 2d Mon. in Feb. and 1st Mon. in Sept. 

M Keniion C F Clark 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

F P Greever CL TJpham 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

W M Peck J H Taylor 1st Mon. in Oct., Jan. and April. 

J M Pearson J II Taylor 1st Mon. in April, Aug. and Dec. 

W C Buford Martin Hays 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. 

S W Dean WE Binford 17th Mon. after last Mon. in Jan. 

M Kennon J F' Fischer 10th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Sept. 

L S Kinder BH Towery 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

J A Nabers S G Alexander. . . .lfith Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

J H Arnold IF Hill 7th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

FP Greever R L McClellan 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

. J A Nabers J C Magee 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

L B Hightower. . . W G \\ oodard. . . . 11th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

C A Ashe H Albrecht 1st Mon. in Feb., April, June, Oct. and Dec. 

Wm Masterson. . .H Albrecht 1st Mon. in Jan., Mar. May, Sepi. and Nov. 

J A Read H Albrecht 3d Mon. in Aug., Oct., Dec, Feb., April and June. 

H T Lyttleton ....AS Curtis 5th and 21st Mon. after 1st Men. in Jan. and 14th Mon. after 1st 

Mon. in July. 

D B Hill FE Thomas 6th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

J B Thomas GO Street 1 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

F S Roberts J S Davis 3d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

F P Greever OR McMurdie. . . .1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

J S Prince S Holland 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

W B Hopkins .V A Albers 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

H B Porter RL Bookout 1st Mon. in Jan., Mar., May, July, Sept. and Nov. 

W R Spencer J A Wilson 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

W J Oxford J M Groom 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

M S Pierson LE Teer 4th Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

J S Prince J D Morgan 5th Mon. after 1st 'Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

WW Beat J I Pritchard 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

A H Dahoney I W Briscoe 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 1st Mon. in May. 

Wm Pierson ..... .1 W Briscoe 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 3d Mon. in May. 

F I' Greever S M Hedgecoke. . .9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

J W Timmins W M Carson 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

F O McKinsey . ...SL Leeman Sth Mon. after 2d Mon. in May and Nov. 

J M Green W M Moore. ..... 3d Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb. and 3d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. 

A E Davis J.M Brown 22d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

W C Douglas J Stewart 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

W H Davidson. . . B T Pipkin 3d 'Mod. in Sept., 2d Mon. in Dee., and 1st Mon. in May. 

J M Conley 1ST Pipkin 1st Mon. in Oct., Dec, Feb., April and June. 

W B Hopkins V A Albers 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

W B Hopkins G W Savage 

O L Lockett B J Jackson 1st Mon. in Jan., May and Oct. 

J B Thomas W F Wright 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

J M Green W J Seale 6th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 6th .Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. 

FLHawkins W W Frauklin 12th Mon. alter 4th Mon. in Feb. ; 10th Mon. after 4th Mon in Sept. 



20th Mon. after 1st Mon. in July. 

and July. 

15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. 



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County 
Kendall. . 

Kent 

Kerr 

Kimble. . . 
King... . 
Kinney. 
Kleberg. . 
Knox. . . . 

Lamar. . . 
Lamb. . . . 



Lampasas 

Lasalle 

Lavaca 

Lee 

Leon 

Liberty 

Limestone. 

Lipscomb 

Live Oak 

Llano 

Loving 

Lubbock 

Lynn 

Madison 

Marion 

Martin 

Mason 

Matagorda. . . . 

Maverick 

McCulloch 

McLellan 



McMullen. . . . 

Medina 

Menard 

Midland , 

Milam 

Mills 

Mitchell 

Montague. . . . 
Montgomery. 

Moore 

Morris 

Motley 

Nacogdoches. 

Navarro 

Newton 

Nolan 

Nueces 

Ochiltree. . . . 

Oldham 

Orange 

Palo Pinto. . . 
Panola 



Parker 

Parmer 

Pecos 

Polk 

Potter 

Presidio 

Rains 

Randall 

Reagan 

Real 

Red River 

Reeves 

Refugio 

Roberts 

Robertson 

Rockwall 

Runnels 

Rusk 

Sabine 

San Augustine. 
San Jacinto. . . 
San I'atricio. '. . 

San Saba 

Schleicher. . . . 

Scurry ...... 

Shackelford. . . 

Shelby 

Sherman 



Jist'ct District Judge District Clerk Terms of Court 

38 R H Burney J Reinhard 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

39 J B Thomas J \V Harden 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

38 R H Burney J R Leaveli 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and 1st Mon. in Jan. 

33 C Martin \V P Riley 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

50 JAP Dickson W F Ballard 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

63 L S Kinder HE Veltman 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

28 \V B Hopkins .V A Albers 

50 J A P Dickson D A Eiland 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

( 6 B H Denton R P Young 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

{ 62 A P Dahoney R P Young 1st Mon. in Aug. and Dec. 

64 L S Kinder G T Galloway 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

27 J D Robinson \F Baker 1st Mon. in April and Oct. 

49 J F Mullally G H Knaggs 3d Mon. after 3d Mon. in Aug.; 3d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. 

25 M Kennon E T Long 5th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Sept.; 10th Mon. after 1st Mon in Jan 

21 E R Sinks R H Stanley 7th Mon. after 1st Mon. 

12 S W Dean H H Brown 4th Mon. after last Mon. in Jan. and July. 

9 LB Hightower. . .E B Pickett 4th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July." 

13 H B Daviss S M Garrett 1st Mon. in Jan. and 3d Mon. in June. 

31 F P Greever BE Shutterly 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

36 FG Chambliss. ..EL Riser 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

33 C Martin S E Hargon 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

64 LS Kinder 

72 W R Spencer J A Wilson 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

72 W R Spencer J \V Elliott 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

12 S W Dean W Viser 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

5 H F O'Neal G M Jones 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb.; 4th Mon. in Aug. 

70 S J Isaacks H Hamilton loth Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

33 C Martin S C Brockman. . . .4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

23 S J Styles J F Perry 16th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 17th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. 

63 W C Douglas A L White 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

35 J W Good win P A Campbell 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

(54. R I Munroe R Y McClain 1st Mon. in Jan., April, July and Oct. 

( 19 T LMcCullough. .R V McClain 1st Mon. in Mar.; 3d Mon. in Sept. 

36 FG Chambliss. ..EJW Booth 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

38 R H Burney August Kempf . . . .7th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

33 Clarence Martin. .D T Benchoff 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

70 S J Isaacks W J Sparks 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

20 J C Scott S Wilson, jr 3d Mon. in April and Oct. 

35 J W Goodwin L E Booker 12th Mon. after the 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

32 W W Beall .Earl Jackson 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb and Sept. 

3 6 C F Spencer W S Cook 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

9 LB Higntower. . . Alf Morris, jr 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

69 D B Hill F S Makeig 2d Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

5 H F O'Neal AW Sweeney. . . . 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and 4th Mon. in Aug. 

50 JAP Dickson R A Seay 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

2 L D Guinn C C Watson 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

13 K B Daviss P H Geraughty. . . 10th Srt'on. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 4th Mon. in Sept. 

1 A E Davis .L C 'Wood 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

32 WW Beall D Childress 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

28 W B Hopkins R O Cook 14th Mon. after the 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

31 F P Greever J F Klapp 14th Mon. after the 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

69 D B Hill Wm Balfour 4th Mon. after the 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

1 A E Davis J E Pattillo 17th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

29 W J Oxford C V Whatley 1st Mon. in March and Sept. 

4 W C Buford J P Matthews 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and 9th Mon. after 1st Mon. in 

July. 

43 FO McKinsey J J Stoker 2d Mon. in May and Nov. 

69 D B Hill M Dickson 14th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

63 W C Douglas Frank Rooney. . . .8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

9 LB Hightower. ..RE Galloway 20th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

47 J N Browning. ...MH Hardin 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

63 W C Douglas J H Taff 3d Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

8 Wm Pierson L O Burnside 15th Mon. after 4th Mon. in Jan.; 14th Mon. after 4th Mon. in Aug. 

47 J N Browning. ...MP Garner 17th Mon after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

51 J W Timmins J B Lucas 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

38 R H Buinev 

6 B H Denton Norton Cook 16th Mon. .after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

70 S J Isaacks Miss \V de Woods. Hth Mon. after 1st Mon. iu Feb. and Sept. 

24 J M Green Eugene Low 9th Mon. after 2nd Mon. in Feb. and 9th Mon. after 1st Men. in Sept. 

31 F P Greever J K McKenzie. . . . 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

20 J C Scott Arthur Hays 1st Mon. in Jan. and 2d Mon. in June. 

40 F L Hawkins C L Frazier 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

35 J W Goodwin Mary Phillips 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept 

4 W C Buford W G Gulp 1st Mon in Jan. and July. 

1 A E Da vis C B I lalbert 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

1 AE Davis E T Anderson 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

9 LB Hightower. . .W E Whitmire 16th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 

36 F J Chambliss G D McGloin 0th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

33 C Martin C G Inglish 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

51 J W Timmins W C Benton 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept and Feb. 

39 J B Thomas W S Adarnson 6th Mon. after 1st M"on. In Feb, and Aug. 

42 T L Blanton RR Long 15th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

4 W C Buford L Windham 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

69 D B Hill VV 1 Gamewell 2d Mon. in Jan. and July. 



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County Dist'ct District Judge District Clerk Terms of Court 

Smith 7 R W Simpson I S Lavender 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept.; 20th Mon. after 1st Mon in Feb 

Somervell 29 WJ Oxford C B Irwin 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

Starr 28 W B Hopkins. ... A Oosterveen Hth Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Oct. 

Stephens 42 T L Blanton J A Anlt 22d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

Sterling 51 J W Timmins. ...DC Durham 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

Stonewall 39 J B Thomas R S Tillotson 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

Sutton 51 Jff Timmins J D Lowrey Sth Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Swisher 64 LS Kinder T A Ross 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

[48 R C Buch E J Brock 1st Mon. in Feb., May, Aug. and Nov. 

Tarrant i 17 J W Swayne B J Brock 1st Mon. in Jan., Apr.. July and Oct. 

(67 M H Brown E J Brock 1st Mon. in Mar., June. Sept. and Dec. 

Taylor 42 T L Blanton J Fuller 8th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July, 

Terrell 63 W C Douglas \V H Lemon 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

Terry 72 W R Spencer D J Broughton 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

Throckmorton. 39 J B Thomas J T Massey 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

Titus 5 H F O'Neal CT Nugent 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb.; 4th Mon. in Aug 

Tom Green 51 JW Timmins. . . . S Elmore 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sept. and Feb. 

Travi „ f 26 C A Wilcox D Pickle 3d Mon. in Mar. and May; 1st Mon. in Sept and Dec 

\ 53 G Calhoun D Pickle 1st Mon. in Jan., Apr., Sept. and Nov. 

Trinity 12 S W Dean ,G H Motley Last Mon. in Jan. and July. 

Tyler 1 A E Davis T F Coleman 3d Mon. after 1st Mon. in' Jan. and Jul v. 

Upshur 7 RW Simpson W J Brison 1st Mon. in Jan. and 16th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. 

Upton 70 S J Isaacks R C Harlan 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Uvalde 38 R H Burney ,M Burney 4th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

Val Verde 63 W C Douglas W F Jones lith Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and Aug. 

Van Zandt.... 7 R W Simpson. ... G T Kennedy 6th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept, 

Victoria 24 J M Green L N Hofer 11th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 11th Mon. after 1st Mon in Sept 

Walker 12 S W Dean J B Lee Sth Mon. after last Mon. in Jan. and July. 

Waller 23 S J Styles WBWiban 4th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 4th Mon. after 1st Mon in Sept 

Ward 70 S J Isaacks E W Sweet 15th Mon. after the 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Washington. . . 21 E R Sinks R V Hoffmann. . 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

Webb 49 J F Mullally R V Martin 4th Mon. in Jan. and June; 1st Mon. in Oct. 

Wharton 23 S J Styles P G Brooks 12th Mon. after 2d Mon. in Feb.; 12th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Sppt 

Wheeler 31 F P Greever J M Griffin 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Jan. and July. 

Wichita 30 PA Martin A F Kerr 13th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

Wilbarger 46 J A Nabers C A Ritchie 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Willacy 28 W B Hopkins. ... A Lozano 

Williamson 26 C A Wilcox T W Wilson 1st Mon. in Feb., June, May and Nov. 

Wilson. 36 F G Chambliss. . . J E Wiseman 14th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Winkler 70 S J Isaacks W H Seastrunk. . .11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Wise 43 F O McKinsey LD White 12th Mon. after 2d Mon. in May and Nov. 

Wood ■. . 7 R W Simpson. . . . C W Vickery 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Sept. 

Yoakum 72 W R Spencer F L Boyd. . 11th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Feb. and Aug. 

Young 30 PA Martin J L Vaugban 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 

Zapata 49 J F Mullally. ; J B Garcia 10th Mon. after 3d Mon. in Jan.; 10th Mon. after 1st Mon. in Oct. 

Zavalla 38 R H Burney G. C. Jackson. ... 2d Mon. after 1st Mon. in Mar. and Sept. 



BANKS AND BANKERS 



Town. Name of Bank. 

Abbott Farmers & Merchants Bank R. 

Abernathy First State Bank C. 

Abilene Citizens National Bank J. 

Abilene Farmers & Merchants National Bank H. 

Abilene First State Bank O. 

Adrian First State Bank H. 

Alanreed Bank of A Ian reed D. 

Alba Alba National Bank D. 

Alba >.. .First State Bank J. 

Albany Albany National Bank W 

Albany First National Bank A. 

Aledo Aledo State Bank M. 

Alexander Alexander State Bank ,, J. 

Alice Alice State Bank T. 

Alice Citizens State Bank M. 

Allen Allen State Bank T. 

Alma Alma State Bank T. 

Alpine Aipine State Bank H. 

Alpine First National Bank G. 

Alta Loma. First State Bank P. 

Alto Alto Staie Bank T. 

Alto Continental State Bank , G. 

Alvarado Alvarado State Bank Ja 

Alvarado First National Bank J. 

Alvin Alvin State Bank W 

Alvin Citizens State Bank J. 

Alvord Alvord State Bank W 

Amarillo Amarillo Bank & Trust Co C 

Amarillo Amarillo National Bank C 

Amarillo First National Bank C 



Cashier. 

A. Johnston. . 
G. Goodman . . . 
F. Garrison. '. . 

James 

Parker 

C. Pettigrew. . 

B. London . . . . 
S. Armstrong. 

P. Gilbreath. .. 

G. Webb 

W. Reynolds.. 

S. Jones 

L. Richardson. 
H. Clark 

Ward 

B. Preston. . . . 
Ramsey 

W. Ferguson. 
W. Baines, Jr. 

J. Stoner 

D. Miller 

Rounsaville. . . 
v Laramore. . .. 
R. Posey 

L. Browning. - 
S. Well horn.. . 
m. Covington. . 

A. Fisk 

T. Ware 

J. Lowndes. . . 



Capital 
10,000 
10,000 
150,000 
100,000 
200,000 
1 0,000 
10,000 
40,000 
25,000 
50,000 
75,000 
10,000 
1 ii.OOO 
75,000 
35,000 
25.000 
lO.OOl 

25,000 
75,000 
10,003 

10,000 
15,000 
26,000 

75. 

20,000 
50,000 
40,000 
50,000 
100,000 
200. -i 



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Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. 

Amarillo First State Bank W. N. Sadler 

Amarillo National Bank of Commerce .....* B. C. D. Bynum 

Anabuac Chambers Co. State Bank L. R. Miller 

Andersou ^rst National Bank G. B. Kennard 

Andrews Andrews State Bank A. A. Home 

Angleton Angleton State Bank E. J. Hodges 

Angleton Brazoria Co. State Bank B. M. Jamison 

Anna .Continental State Bank 3. A. Marcom 

Annona First National Bank H. W. Pirkey. . . .". 

Annona First State Bank L. B. Pool 

Anson Anson State Bank A. W. Johnson 

Anson First National Bank J. J. Steele 

Appleby First State Bank ." J. H. "Sealy 

Aquilla Aquilla State Bank J. E. Jones 

Aransas Pass First National Bank ; L. T. Ayres 

Aransas Pass First State Bank. . . . : C. W. Holmes 

Archer City Power State Bank H. A. Power 

Argyle Argyle State Bank F. Wheeler 

Arlington Arlington National Bank James Ditto 

Arlington .Citizens National Bank W. M. Dugan 

Arp Arp Guaranty State Bank R. W. Turner 

Asherton Asherton State Bank R. W. Taylor 

Ashland Guaranty State Bank H. Smith 

Aspermont First National Bank Roy Riddel 

Athens Athens National Bank B. Sigjer 

Athens First National Bank J. W. Murchinson 

Athens Guaranty State Bank T. P. Faulk 

Atlanta Atlanta National Bank P. C. Willis : 

Atlanta Farmers State Bank . ...D. H. Allday 

Atlanta First National Bank J. G. King 

Aubrey , First National Bank H. G. Musgrove 

Austin..... American National Bank L. J. Schneider 

Austin Austin National Bank M. Hirshfeld 

Austin Citizens Bank & Trust Co R. E. Chambers 

Austin State National Bank J. G. Palm 

Austin _. Texas Trust Co H. A. Turner 

Avery Avery Exchange Bank W. D. Sanders 

Avery First State Bank R. H. Canterberry 

Avinger First State Bank R. L. Shamburger 

Avoca Avoca State Bank H. H. Hall 

AxteU First State Bank C. B. SlOan 

Bagwell Bagwell Bank ..„.*.. (H. I. & W. D. Jones). 

Bagwell First State Bank T. S. Caton 

Bailey Continental State Bank L. Wilson 

Baird First National Bank W. S. Hinds 

Baird Home National Bank T. F. Powell 

Ballinger Ballinger State Bank E. D. Walker. 



.Capital. 
50.000 
75.000 
10.000 
25.000 
10.000 
15 00O 
25.000 
10.000 
30,000 
25.000 
25,000 
50,000 
10,000 
20,000 
25,000 
50,000 
30,000 
10.000 
50,000 
75.000 
10,000 
10,000 
10 00O 
25,000 
25 000 
50,000 
50,000 
50,000 
25,000 
75,000 
30,000 
300,000 
300.000 

loo.ono 

100.000 
200,001 



10.000 
15 00 
10,000 
10,000 

20,000 
12,500 
50,000 
50,000 
60,000 



Ballinger .Farmers & Merchants State Bank J. Wilmeth 100,000 



Ballinger First National Bank. 

Balmorhea Toyah Valley State Bank. 

Bandera First State Bank 

Bango First State Bank 

Bardwell .Bardwell State Bank 

Bardwell Farmers Guaranty State Bank... 



• R. G. Irwin 

• R. P. Head 

• A. Matthews 

• H. P. Rutherford. 
-C. W. Brown 

• • P: B. Curd . 



Barksdale State Bank R. Powers 

Barry First State Bank P. D. Williams. 

Barstow Citizens State Bank . C. E. Nichols . . 

Bartlett Bartlett National Bank T. B. Benson. . . 

Bartlett Bartlett State Bank J. T. Stewart. 

Bartlett First National Bank. 



200.000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 
25.000 
25,000 
10,000 
25.000 
20 000 
70,000 
50.000 

• C. C. Bailey 100.000 

30.000 
50,000 



Bastrop Citizens State Bank J. T. Crysup 

Bastrop .First National Bank C. Erhard 

Batson Sterling, R. S. &. Co 

Bay City Bay City Bank & Trust Co L. Le Tulle 65,000 

Eay City First National Bank M. Thompson 50.000 

Bay City First State Bank E. L. Perry 55,000 

Beasley First Guaranty State Bank W. A. Houchins 10,000 

Beaumont American National Bank C. H. Stroeck » 100.000 

Beaumont First National Bank F. M. Law 200.000 

Beaumont Gulf National Bank P. B. Doty 150,000 

Beaumont ...Texas Bank & Trust Co E. P. Bennett 250.000 

Beckville Continental- State Bank P. R. Nisbett 12.500 

Bedias First State Bank W. H. Holzmann 10.000 

Beevil'.e Beeviile Bank & Trust Co J. F. Burke 50.000 

Beeville Commercial National Bank I. J. Miller - 50.000 

Beerille First National Bank M. W. Bates 100 000 



Eelievue First National Bank L. B. Moore. 

Bells First National Bank W. B. Blanton 

Bellville Austin Co. State Bank W. F. Machenehl 

Bellville First National Bank H. T. Von Rosenberg. 

Belton Belton National Bank W. W. James 

Belton Denny, H. C. & Co C. F. Denny 

Belton First State Bank W. C. Rylander 

Belton Peoples National Bank T. Yarrell, Jr 



30.000 
25.000 
60,000 
30,000 
50.000 

50.000 
50.000 



/ 






64 Banks and Bankers R. L. POLK & CO'S (1914) Bank, and Bankers 



10,000 
10,000 

50,u0n 



10.000 
20.000 



RANKS AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. Capital 

Benarnold Benaruold State Bank c. \V. Straus 

Ben Franklin First State Bank \V. N. Miller 

Benjamin First National Bank c. H. Burnett! .......'..'.'.'.......... 

Benonine Benonine State Bank w. E. Seright • 1300 

Ben Wheeler First State Bank O. O. Morris 

Berelair Berclair State Hank o. Baxter '. 

Bertram Reed. T. S. & Son 

Bettie First State Bank d. Mcintosh. .... ..'.'. ........ .'.'.'."."' 10 666 

Big Lake First State Bank R. Jupson 15 000 

Big Sandy. , Continental State Bank w. L. Perdue ...'.'. 20*000 

Big Sandy Farmers State Bank L. T. Mings. ..................... . 1500" 

Big Spring First National Bank a. E. Pool. ..!!'.!!"!'.!"!! 50000 

Big Spring First State Bank t. S. Currie ......'...'.'.'...'.'.'.'.'.'. 3500O 

Big Spring West Texas National Bank R. n. Matthews . 5(1 00n 

Big Wells Bank of Big Wells f. F. Pettv ...[......... le'ooo 

Bishop Bank of Bishop M. A. Pease... 

Bishop .First State Bank B. E. Kinder 25 000 

Bivins Farmers & Merchants Bank T. J. Wheeler 

Blackwell .First State Bank l. T. Youngblood. .....[.......'....'. 25,666 

Plancc Blanco National Bank c. E. Crist 25 000 

Blanket Blanket State Bank a. Richmond ........."......! .. . . li.Oiti'. 

Blanket Continental State Bank w. T. Smith 20 000 

Blessing. . . .-. Blessing State Bank c. E. Duller 25000 

Bloomburg Merchants & Planters Bank j. L Conley. ...... .[.... ......... .. 10*000 

Blooming Grove Blooming Grove State Bank R. L. Harris !"!!!'.!!!!"! 2o!oOu 

Blooming Grove Citizen's National Bank R. s. Lord 2s!o0o 

Bloomiugton F::st State Bank n. M. Bartley lo|o00 

B ossom First National Bank a. P. Black 25000 

B ossom : . . . . First State Bank j. w. Abejs '.'.'.'. Ibiooo 

Blue Ridge Continental State Bank H. Carson 15 000 

Bluff Dale Bluff Dale State Bank h. H. Frey 10,000 

Blum Farmers State Bank p. Taylor Io!o00 

Blum Guaranty State Bank w. A. Wells 30,000 

Boerne Boerne State Bank H. Fabra 25,000 

Bogota First State Bank P. W. McCain 10.000 

Bomarton First Stafe Bank E. W. McGlothin 10.000 

Brnham Fannin Co. National Bank C. L. Bradford 100, Of") 

B:nnam First National Bank D. W. Sweeny 200.000 

Bonham First State Bank T. B. Williams 100,000 

Bonita First National Bank S. H. Camp 25.000 

Boons\ille First State Bank I. W. Head 10.000 

Booth Bank cf Booth 

Bovina First State Bank D. O. Stallings 10,000 

Bowie City National Bank W. A. Ayres 50,000 

Bowie First National Bank A. E. Thomas 50,000 

Bowie National Bank J. E. Walthall 50 000 

Boyce Boyce State Bank C. A. Sharp 10,000 

Boyd Continental State Bank W. M. Koonce 10,000 

Brackettville First State Bank C. E. Reamer 15,000 

Bradshaw Bank of Bradshaw 

Brady .' Brady National Bank J. F. Montgomery 100,000 

Brady Commercial National Bank W. D. Crothers 130,000 

Brandon Brandon Banking Co E. L. Tinker 15,00n 

Brandon Farmers State Bank R. F. Siddons 20,000 

Brashear Farmers £- Merchants State Bank M. Robinson 

Brazoria First State Bank D. J. Oghurn 10,000 

Brazoria Peoples State Bank W. E. Hodgson .10,000 

Brazos Brazos Bank C. Hatchett 

Breckenridge First National Bank J. Black 40.000 

Bremond First State Bank S. M. Peters .- 25.000 

Brenbam First National Bank C. L. Wilkins 150,000 

Brenham Giddings & Giddinns W. Wilkins 

Btenham Washington Co. State Bank 3. S. Giddings 50,000 

Bridgeport Continental State Bank L. D. Kirkpatrick 10.000 

Bridgeport .First National Bank H. G. Leonard 35,000 

Briggs Briggs State Bank R. A. McCann 15.000 

Britton Britten State Bank D. E. Blackburn 10,000 

Bronson Bronson State Bank G. L. Davidson 10, 00" 

Bronte First State Bank J B. Reily 25,000 

Brockeland Brookeiand State Bank W. P. Smith lO.onu 

Brookshire Waller Co. Slate Bank W. D. Mills 10,00fi 

Brookston Brookston State Bank T - C. Hathaway 10,000 

Brcwnfield Brownfield State Bank - W. A. Bell 25.000 

Brownsboro Brownsboro Bank D. Echols 25.000 

Brownsville Brownsville Bank & Trust Co S. Gregg 100.000 

Brownsville First National Bank A. W. Wood 100.000 

Brownsville Merchants National Bank -John Gregg lOO.Ooo 

Brown wood Brown wood National Bank M. Routines IOO.OiiO 

Brown wood Citizens National Bank F. S. Abney 100 001 

Brownuood poggin National Bank Goo. Kidd 100,600 

Brown wood Smith, Brooke & Co W. McComioll 

Bruceville Brnceville State Bank W. R. Pounders 20.00n 



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Town. Name of Bank. • Cashier. 

Bryan City National Bank A. W. Wilkerson. . . . 

Bryan First National Bank R. W. Howell 

Bryan First State Bank W. H. Cote 

Bryson First State Bank James Hayer 

Buckholts Buckholts State Bank A. J. Sloane 

Buda Farmers State Bank G. C. Peterson 

Buffalo.'. Buffalo State Bank J. O. McDarty 

Buffalo Farmers State Bank F. E. Stevens 

Buffalo Gap First State Bank C. W. Henslee 

Bullard Citizens State Bank J. R. McCarroll 

Burkburnett, Farmers State Bank W. J. Johnson 

Burkburnett First National Bank R. W. Ramming. . . . 

Burleson Continental State Bank L. D. Harbin 

Burleson Farmers & Merchants State Bank M. B. Chisenhall. . . . 

Burlington Burlington State Bank T. G. Jones 

Burnet Burnet National Bank W. L. Chamberlain. 

Burnet First State Bank W. C. Galloway 

Burton Burton State Bank C. W. Homeyer 

Byers First National Bank L. J. Curtis 

Byuum Bank of Bynura L. C. McComas 

Caddo Mills .Caddo Mills State Bank , J. 

Caldwell Caldwell National Bank T. 

Caldwell First State Bank F. 

Calvert Calvert State Bank S. 

Calvert Union State Bank R. 

Cameron Cameron State Bank G. 

Cameron Citizens National Bank O. 

Cameron First National Bank H. 

Campbell Campbell National Bank B. 

Campbell First State Bank A. 

Canadian Canadian State Bank Chas. 

Canadian First National Bank ' J. W. 

Canton First National Bank B. H. 

Canton Texas State Bank W. B. 

Canyon First National Bank D. A. 

Canyon First State Bank T. P 



R Bass 

Kraitchar 

E. Carrington. 

M. Gibson 

G. Proctor. . . . 

T. Graves 

Smith 

M. Hefley 

R. Brown 

Butler 

Teas 

Allen 

McKinnon. 

Rodgers. . . 

Park 

Winder 



M. 



Carbon Bank of Carbon J. E. Spencer. . 

Carbon First State Bank J. E. Gilbert.. 

CarRon Farmers & Mechants State Bank W. M. Cheney. 



Carmine Carmine State Bank H. 

Carrizo Springs Dimmit Co. Staff: Bank T. 

Carrollton First State Bank .T. 

Carthage First National Bank J. 

Carthage Guaranty State Bank W 

Cason State Bank J. 

Cat Spring Cat Spring State Bank C. 

Cedar Hill Farmers & Merchants Bank E. 

Cedar Hill First Guaranty State Bank R. 

Celeste Celeste State Bank. 

Celeste First National Bank 



F. Doerr. 
Barnes. . . 
Davis. . . . 

Cooke. . . 



E. Biggs 

\V. Wardlow. . . . 
Th cum en 

F. Ballard 

G. Brandenburg. 

T. I. Roach 

R. I. Graves 



Celina Celina State Bank M. Button 

Celina First State Bank K. S. Loving 

Center Farmers National Bank T. S. Cady 

Center First National Bank T. T. Smith 

Center State Guaranty Bank R. C. Adams 

Center Point Guadalupe Valley Bank E. O. Ilartshorne. 

Centerville Centerville State Bank E. T. Holleman... 

Chandler Citizens Guaranty State Bank H. S. Barron 

Chandler First State Bank H. L. Spikes 

Channing First State Bank R. G. Austin 

Chapel Hill Farmers State Bank H. P. Perkins 

Charlotte . . .Charlotte State Bank \V. S. Sasser 

Chico Chico State Bank ' V. E. Baldridge. . 

Cliico First Bank of Chico C. A. Watson.... 

Childress City National Bank C. C. Badgett 

Childress Farmers & Merchants State Bank J. M. Crews 



Capital. 
150.000 
100.000 
100,000 
10,000 
20,000 
10,000 
10. 000 
25,000 
10,000 
20.000 
25,000 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 
10,000 
30.000 
20,000 
20,000 
25.000 



30.000 
50,000 
25.000 
50,000 
65,000 
30,000 

100,000 
75,000 
27,000 
10,000 
37,500 

100,000 
40,000 
25,000 

100,000 
15,0(10 
15000 
25,000 
16,000 
12,500 
25,000 
20,000 
50,000 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 



15,000 
10,000 
50,000 
25.0(1(1 

50.000 
25,000 

50,000 
25,000 

20.000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
15,000 
12,000 
15,000 
10.000 
25,000 
100,000 
25,000 
25,000 



Childress... First State Bank C. W. Mitchell 

Chillicothe Bank of Chillicothe L. E. Piper 

Chillicothe First State Bank J. M. Dodson 20,000 

Chilton First State Bank L. A. Speer 20,000 

Chireno Chireno State Bank ,. H. P. Fall 10,000 

Cibojo Cibolo Bank A. G. Janszen 

Cisco Cisco Banking Co G. D. Ward 50,000 

Cisco Citizens National Bank J. J. Winston 25.000 

Cisco Merchants & Farmers National Bank W. H. Tebbs 50.000 

Clairemont CJairemont Bank J. B. Jay 

Clairette Farmers State Bank G. B. Golightly 10.000 

Clarendon Doniey Co. State Bank W. Knorpp B0 ,000 

Clarendon 'Farmers State Bank C. E. Duke ' r '"'"'," f ' 

Clarendon First National Bank W. H. Patrick -nnV 

Clarksville First National Bank E. M. Bowers bU.UOO 

Clarksville First State Bank F. A. Antone , :•" 

Clarksville Red River National Bank G. M. Graves ««.««« 

Claude First National Bank B. C. Wooldndge ^b.uvu 



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BANKS AND BANKERS-- Cont'd. 

Town. Name of Bank. 

Claude First State Bank T. 

Clebuwie Farmers & Merchants National Bank W 

Cleburne Home National Bank J. 

Cleburne National Bank J. 

Cleburne Traders State Bank p, 

Cleveland First National Bank C. 

Cleveland .State Bank G 

Clifton Farmers Guaranty State Bank J. 

Clifton First Guaranty State Bank o 

Clint First State Bank e. 

Clyde Clyde National Bank c. 

Clyde First National Bank j. 

Coahoma First State Bank w. 

Cold Spring San Jacinto State Bank R. 

Coleman Coleman National Bank q 

Coleman ,First National Bank r 

Collegeport Collegeport State Bank j 

Collinsville First Guaranty State Bank t 

Cclmesneil Guaranty State Bank l. 

Colorado. '. City National Bank j 

Colorado Colorado National Bank j 

Columbia Columbia State Bank \y 

Columbus First State Bank q 

Columbus Simpson Bank g 

Columbus Stafford, R. E. & Co e 

Comanche Comanche National Bank w. 

Comanche Farmers & Merchants National Bank W, 

Comanche First National Bank \v. 

Comanche First State Bank e. 

Comfort Comfort State Bank ....P. 

Commerce Farmers State Bank H. 

Commerce First National Bank J. 

Commerce Planters & Merchants Nationai Bank R. 

Commerce State Bank p. 

Como Como State Bank \y, 

Como First National Bank p. 

Conroe First State Bank J, 

Conroe Griffith, Banks & Son M. 

Cookville State Bank H. 

Coolidge First National Bank H 

Coolidge First State Bank A. 

Cooper Delta National Bank J. 

Cooper Farmers State Bank L. 

Cooper First National Bank R. 

Copeville Citizens State Bank T. 

Coppejl First State Bank S. 

Copperas Grove First State Bank ). 

Corpus Christi City National Bank C. 

Corpus Christi Corpus Christi National Bank L. 

Corpus Christi First State Bank G. 

Corrigan Corrigan State Bank E. 

Corsicana City National Bank R. 

Corsicana Corsicana National Bank J. 

Corsicana First National Bank E. 

Corsicana First State Bank G. 

Cottonwood Bank of Cottonwood P. 

Cotulla Cotulla State Bank A. 

Cotulla Stockmen's National Bank B. 

Coughran Bank of Coughran 

Coupland Coupland State Bank H. 

Covington First Bank of Covington \ 

Crandajl Citizens National Bank G. 

Crandall First National Bank J. 

Cranfills Gap First Guaranty State Bank J. 

Crawford Farmers State Bank A. 

Crawford First National Bank J. 

Cresson Cresson National Bank C. 

Crockett Crockett State Bank D. 

Crockett First National Bank M. 

Crosby Crosby State Bank E. 

Crosbyton Citizens National Bank E. 

Crosbyton First National Bank A. 

Cross Plains Bank of Cross Plains V. 

Cross Plains Farmers National Bank S. 

Crowell ,Bank of Cro well S. 

Crowell ,First State Bank R. 

Crowley Continental State Bank W, 

Crystal City Zavalla County Bank F. 

Cuero Buchel National Bank L. 

Cuero .First State Bank & Trust Co F. 

Cuero Runge, H. & Co P. 

Cumby Cumby State Bank C. 



Cashier. Capital. 

J. Page 2o,00i> 

K. Williamson • 100, 00(> 

B. Long 150,000 



C. Blakeney. 

H. Barlow 

A. Miles 

O. Bartle 

M. Jenson 

A. Bronstad 

D. Brown 

A. Cowman 

A. Kerley 

N. Brown 

McMurrey 

Dumas 

Alexander 

McCain 

Rodgers. 1 

Fagan 

Hooper 

Thomas 

E. Ogburn 

G. Hoegemayer. . . 

H. Simpson 

A. Hutchins 

Dunlap 

J. Cunningham. . 

M. Durham 

E. Anthonv 

G. Villaret 

D. Wynn 

D. Jernigan 

Long 

Maloney 

Walker 

Morris 

Griffith 

Griffith 

Burford 

Wright 

W. Jowers 

A. Darvin 

E. Ste'l 

M. Walker 

J. Bowles 

Corbin 

Allin 

C. Stone (Asst.). , 

Wells 

Clark 

Sparks 

Elliott 

Eubank 

Church 

Jester 

Ramsey 

F. Childs 

Wildenthal 



G. Lehman. 



Gibbs 

Murphy. . . 

White 

Jordan. . . . 
Washain. . 

Fidler 

Kiessling. 
Jensen. . . 



P. Stallings. . 

Allen 

J. McKinnon. 

Hart 

F. Bond 

S. Bell 

R. Waldrop. . 

S. Horn 

W. Pulliam. . . 

Schorre ' . 

W. Jaeggli. . . 

Dornbluth . . . 
A. Bridges. . . 



5,000 
' 50.000 
25.000 
25,00(i 
30,0Oii 
20 000 
10.000 
25.000 
25,000 
10,000 
10.000 
20 0.0 00 
100.000 
10,000 
50,000 
10,000 
60,000 

100, 

10.000 
25,000 
20,000 



100,000 
50.000 
50,000 
35.000 
25,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50.000 
25,000 
2H.000 
40,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
5O.OU0 
40,000 
50,000 
35,000 
60,000 
10,000 
11,000 
15,000 

100,0011 
200.000 
100,000 

10,000 
100.000 
100,000 
300,000 

50,000 

25,666 

T5.00U 



10.000 



,00u 
,0(10 
000 
,000 
,000 
000 
.000 

.,.,,1, 


000 
,000 



10 
20 
15 
25, 

50 

100 
20, 
25 
50 



25 
30 
10 
25 

100 
100 



,000 
.OHO 
,000 

""" 

,000 
,000 

mm 



15,000 



Banks and Bankers 



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Banks and Bankers 



G7 



Town. ' Name of Hank. Cashier. Capital. 

Cumby First National Bank CM. Patton 50 Ooo 

Cushing Pushing State Hank T. J. Cariker 10,000 

Daingerfield .Citizens National Bank J. W. Pate 30.00" 

Daingcrfield .National Bank J. Bradfield 50.0OO 

Dalby Springs Lumpkin. J. D 

Dalhart First National Bank E. T. Adair 75.000 

Dalhart. .Midway Bank & Trust Co J. H. Boyce 60.00O 

Dallas American Exchange National Bank Nathan Adams 1,500,000 

Dallas Citizens State Bank & Trust Co J. H. Blocker 150,000 

Dallas City National Bank J. H. Ardrey 1,000,000 

Dallas Commonwealth National Bank R. P. Woffcrd 500,000 

Dallas Dallas Trust & Savings Bank E. R. Tennant (Acting Sec.) 800.000 

Dallas First State Bank J. B. Day 100,000 

Dallas Guaranty State Bank & Trust Co E. Hobby 1,000,000 



Dallas Merchants National Bank 11. W. Jester.... 

Dallas National Bank of Commerce Geo. Miller 

Dallas Oak Cliff State Bank H. C. Barnard. . . 

Dallas Smith. Womack & Smith 

Dawson Dawson State Bank G. C. Dunn 

Dawson First Stats Bank J. C. Keitt 

Dayton Dayton State Bank W. T. Jamison... 

Decatur City National Bank J. W. Lillard 

Decatur First National Bank W. L. Rush 

Decatur First State Bank E. G. Gibson 

DeKalb Exchange Bank W. D. Landers. . . 

DeKalb First State Bank C C. Crump 

DeLeon Farmers & Merchants National Eank W. F. Lowe 

DeLeon First National Bank B. J. Pittman 

Del Rio Del Rio Bank & Trust Co C. P. Scales 

Del Rio Del Rio National Bank W. R. Wheeler... 

Del Rio First National Bank E. A. Hatton.... 

Denison Denison Bank & Trust Co G. R. Love 

Denison First State Bank J. R. Haven 

Denison National Bank P. J. Brennan.... 

Denison State National Bank W. G. Meginnis. . 

Denton Denton Co. National Bank : B. H. Davenport. 

Denton Exchange National Bank J. C. Coit 

Denton., First Guaranty State Bank W. E. Smoot 

Denton First National Bank H. F. Schweer.. 

Deport First National Bank II. 

Deport First State Bank J. 

Detroit Detroit State Bank C. 

Detroit First National Bank T. 

Devine Adams National Bank A. 

Dialvilje Dialville State Bank J. 

Dickinson Dickinson State Bank J. 

Dilley Dilley State Bank A. 

Dimmitt First State Bank B. 

Dodd City First National Bank W 

Dodd City First State Bank C. 



L. Campbell. 

Grant 

M. Kerr 

P. Guest 

M. Patterson. 
D. Harris. . . . 



P. Atkinson 

F. Edmondstone. 

Rowan 

C McGee 

J. Brent 



Dodsonville First State Bank J. K. Crews 

Donna First State Bank D. H. Barr 

Dorchester First State Bank J. H. Graham... 

Dublin Citizens National Bank W. E. Reese. . . . 

Dublin Dublin National Bank J. G. Harris 

Dublin Farmers Exchange Bank (A. L. Self) 

Dublin Guaranty State Bank M. D. Smith 

Dumas First State Bank , W. D. Morrell.. 

Duncanville Farmers Bank T. A. Sliger 

Dundee Bank of Dundee W. Bellah 

Eagle Lake Eagle Lake State Bank J. E. Roberts 

Eagle Lake First National Bank W. E. Lenhart. . 

Eagie Pass Border National Bank J. L. Matthews. . 

Eagle Pass First National Bank E. H. Schmidt . . 

Eagle Pass State Bank & Trust Co W. A. Bonnet. . . 

East Bernard ,Union State Bank R. B. Boetlcher. 

Eastland City National Bank J. A. Littleton. . . 

Eastland First State Bank T. L. Overby 

Ector First State Bank M. Hogan 

Eddy First State Bank E. F. Baxter 

Eden Eden State Bank W. T. Molloy... 

Edgewood Farmers & Merchants State Bank J. A. Lucas 

Edgewood First State Bank '. J. P. Downs 

Edinburg Edinburg State Bank R. -H. Klossner. . 

Edna A.llen National Bank A. Schmidt 

Edna Jackson Co. State Bank S. G. 

El Campo Citizens State Bank '••Win. 

El Campo First National Bank G. P. 

El Dorado First National Bank W. O. 

Electra First National Bank T. M. 

Electra First State Ban! A. N. 

Elgin Elgin National Bank R. B. 

Elgin Merchants &. Farmers State Bank A. F. 

Elkhart Guaranty State Bank J. C. 



DrusheJ. . . . 

Bruns 

Stall worth. 

Alexander. 

Hoxie 

Treecc 

Manor 

Anderson. .1 
Barton 



250.n0" 

150 000 
50,00ii 



25.000 

• 25,000 

50,000 

50,000 
50.000 
50,000 

25.0011 
50.00H 
35,000 
75.000 

100,000 
75,000 

100.000 
6O.OO11 

100,000 

100 000 
50.000 

100.000 
50,000 
50.000 
50.000 
30.000 
25,000 

100,000 
50,000 
15,000 
lO.oon 
20. nun 
12.000 
30,000 
15,000 
10,000 
25 000 
10,000 
50.000 
60,000 



50.000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,0(10 
75.000 
75.000 
100,000 
100,000 
50.00U 
15.000 
25,000 
25.0OO 
10.000 
50 00" 
10. OOo 
35,000 
20.000 

2"). i 

30,000 
30.000 
35,000 
100.000 
75.0OO 
25.000 
25,000 
50.000 
50,000 
10. ooo 



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BANKS AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. 

El Paso American Trust & Savings Bank J. P. Primm. . . 

El Paso City National Bank H. M. Andreas. 

El Paso Commercial National Bank W. \V. Barbee. 

El Paso El Paso Bank <t- Trust Co L. H. Crews.. . 

El Paso First National Bank W. E. Kayser. . 

El Paso Rio Grande Valley Bank W. E. Arnold. . 

El Paso Security Trust & Savings Bank J. J. McCourt. . 



D. Flory 

M. Murchison. 

J. Schutz 

M. Grimes, Jr. 

Hnnks 

K. McCallon. . . 

L. Ivie 

E. Cregg 

A. Newton. . . . 

Terry 

D. Brown 

L. Clarke 



T. Brooks 

F. Storey 

Can- 

R. Scott, Jr. . . 

G. Scliultz 

R. Rroadhurst. 

Aston 

L. Chapman. . . 
C. Murphy. . . . 



El Paso State National Bank & Trust Co G. 

El Paso Texas Bunk & Trust Co F. 

El Paso Union Bank & Trust Co A. 

Elysian Fields Guaranty State Bank E. 

Emliouse First State Bank A. 

Emory First National Bank S. 

Emory First State Bank W. 

Enloe First National Bank C. 

Ennis Citizens National Bank p, 

Ennis Ennis National Bank p. 

Ennis First Guaranty State Bank & Trust. Co A 

Ennis Peoples National Bank J. 

Eskota Bank of Eskota • 

Estelline Estelline State Bank Ira Smith. . . . 

Eustace First State Bank p. c. Warren 

Evant Evant State Bank E 

Fairfield Fairfield State Bank \y 

Fairlie Citizens Bank y. 

Falfurrias Falfurrias State Bank j. 

Falls City Falls City National Bank j. 

Farmers Branch Riddle Banking Co j. 

■Farmersville Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. 

Farmersville First National Bank J. 

Fate First State Bank T. 

Fayetteville Bank of Fayetteville 

Ferris Farmers & Merchants State Bank c. A. Weatherford 

Ferris Ferris National Bank D. H. Movers 

Flatonia First National Bank VV'm. Willeford. . . . 

Flatonia Flatonia Bank C. P. Johnson 

Flint Flint Guaranty State Bank R. Spikes 

Florence Ff 01 " euc e State Bank P. A. Wales 

Floresvi'.le City National Bank R. A. Wiseman... 

Floresville First National Bank J. H. Brown 

Floyd Peoples State Bank H. M. Matthews. . 

Floydada First National Bank E. C. Nelson 

Floydaria First State Bank J. K. Green 

Fluvanna First State Bank p. 

Forney City National Bank J. 

Forney Farmers National Bank j. 

Forresron Forreston State Bank J. 

Fort Davis Ft. Davis State Bank E. 

Fort Stockton First National Bank J. 

Fort Stockton First State Bank W 

Fort Worth .* American National Bank G. 

Fort Worth Continental Bank & Trust Co J. 

Fort Worth Exchange National Bank n. 

Fort Worth Farmers &. Merchants National Bank B. 

F.ort Worth First National Bank w 

Fort Worth Ft 

Fort Worth J"t 



Smith 

Rhea 

Davis, Jr. . 
Cooper. . . . 

Patterson. 
Odom 

Rooney. . . 

Colvin 

Willis 

Lvriiek 



Capital. 
200.000 

3U0 000 

100.000 

100.000 

800.000 

500.000 

100,000 

55.000 

. 100,000 

150.000 

10,000 

10,000 

25.000 

10.000 

25.O0O 

50.000 

100,000 

50.000 

50,000 



10,000 

10,000 
10,000 
15,000 

25,000 
25,000 

65.000 
50,000 
10,000 



H. 
. P. 



32.000 
65.000 
50.000 
13.000 
10,000 
20 0t»o 
50,000 
50.000 
10.000 
50.000 
30.000 
10,000 
30.000 
50,000 
10,000 
25.000 
25,000 
25,00" 
150.00H 
500.000 
50.000 
300 000 



Martin 

Andrews 1,000,060 

Worth National Bank Elmo Sledd "500,000 

Worth State Bank M. M. Blight 100,000 

Fort Worth .North Texas State Bank C. Parker 30.00" 

Fort Worth State National Bank L. Sherrill 200,000 

Fort Worth Stockyards National Bank. R. C. Vance 200.000 

Fort Worth Texas State Bank B. B. Samuels 100.O0O 

Fort Worth Traders National Bank W. R. Edrington 125,00" 

Fort Worth Waggoner Bank & Trust Co A. C. Alexander 200,00" 

Fort Worth Western National Bank O. P. Haney 400.00" 

Fowlerton First State Bank H. M. Patton 10,00" 

Francitas First State Bank F. T. Dimick 10.000 

Franklin First National Bank J. H. Loin ax 50.00" 

Franklin Mitchell Bros. Bank K. Mitchell 

Frankston First State Bank R. Perry 

Fredericksburg Bank of Fredericksburg F. Walter 

Fredericksburg Citizens' Bank Wm. Bierschwale 

Freeport Freeport National Bank G. C. Morris 

Priona First State Bank A. W. llenschel 

Frisco First National Bank C. Ciark 

Frisco Guaranty State Bank C. L. Savage 

Prost Citizens State Bank R. F. Shaw 

Frost First National Bank J- C. Beck 

Fulbright Guaranty State Bank '. R. E. Canterbury .... % 

Gail Gail Bank 3. D. Brown 

Gainesville First National Bank. . . .• J- W. Cliulncy 

Gainesville First State Bank O. C. Morris 

Gainesville Lindsay National Bank R. T. Potter 200.00" 



15.00" 



50.00" 
10 0"" 
25,000 

20,00" 
25.000 

5"."" i 
13,00" 

25". ii" I 
50.0".. 



Banks and Bankers TEXAS GAZETTEER Banks and Bankers 69 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. . Capital. 

Galveston American Bank & Trust Co C. \V. Clawson 50,000 

Galveston City National Bank J. \V. Hoopes 200,000 

<Jalveston First National Bank F. W. Catterall 300,000 

Galveston Jrlutchings, Sealy & Co 

Galveston McCarthy, Ed. & Co 

Oalveston Moody. YV. L. & Co ' 

Galveston Peoples Bank Henry Schroeder 

<3alveston South Texas State Bank C. G. Sweet 100.000 

Galveston Texas Bank & Trust Co R. L. Kempner 200,000 

Ganado Citizens State Bank C. F. Comhs 30,000 

Ganado First National Bank J. D. Stallworth 25,000 

Garden City First State Bank E. P. Toole 10,000 

•Garland Citizens National Bank E. G. Cole 50 000 

■Garland State National Bank A. R. Davis 100,000 

Garrison First Stale Bank J. A. Stalling 25,000 

<3arwood Garwood State Bank .....J. L. Chapman 10,000 

•Gary First State Bank M. C. Rushing 10,000 

Garza Garza State Bank G. H. Montgomery 10,00o 

GatesviUe First National Bank A. R. Williams 100,000 

GatesviUe GatesviUe National Bank J. P. Kendrick 40,000 

Gause Guaranty State Bank R. Killough 10,000 

Georgetown Farmers State Bank W. L. Price 50,000 

-Georgetown First National Bank I. N. Keller 100.000 

Giddings Citizens State Bank I. J. Fariss 50,000 

Giddings First National Bank A. J. Nisbet 60,000 

Gilmer Farmers & Merchants National Bank W. C. Barnwell 50.000 

Gilmer First National Bank L. G. Martin 25.000 

Gilmer Gilmer State Bank R. B. Nelson 25.000 

-Gladewater Everett Guaranty Bank H. G. Lawrence 

Gladewater Riddle Exchange Bank J. R. Knox 

Glenflora. .'. .Glenflora State Bank A. M. Clapp 10,000 

Glenrose First National Bank R. L. Bryan 25,000 

Godley Citizens Bank J. R. Beaver 10,000 

Golden Golden State Bank A. W. Smith 10.000 

Goldthwaite Goldthwaite National Bank W. B. Jackson 50,00n 

Goldthwaite Trent State Bank W. C. Dew 50,000 

Goliad Commercial National Bank L. C. Fell 50,000 

Goliad First National Bank P. L. Campbell 50,000 

■Goliad Goliad Bank & Trust Co J. II. Pittman 50,000 

•Gonzales Dihvorth Bank R. S. Chambers 

<5onzak>s Farmers National Bank J. s. Douclass 50,000 

Gonzales Gonzales State Bank & Trust Co J. C Bright 75,000 

•Goodlet Goodlet, J. E. & Co 

Goodnight Goodnight State Bank G. Miller 20,000 

Gordon First National Bank r' e. Colvard 25,000 

Gordon Gordon Banking & Mercantile Co J. \y. Conway 

Gordonville Guaranty State Bank CM Zeigle. 10,000 

Goree. . , First National Bank j. e. Allen 25.000 

Gorman Continental State Bank D. G. Stevens 20,000 

Gorman First National Bank J. H. Sweatt 30 000 

Graford First State Bank G. C. Jones 10,000 

Graham Beckham National Bank R. p. Lynch 100,000 

■Graham Graham National Bank Chas. Gay 50,000 

•Granbury city National Bank G. a. Dendy 50,000 

Granbury First National Bank j' N Nutt. 100.000 

.Grand Prairie First State Bank j" p." Waggoner 30,000 

Grand Saline First State Bank j' c. Alsup 40,000 

Grand Saline National Bank TJ. S Meeks 50,000 

Grand View Farmers & Merchants National Bank J A Ingle 40,000 

<Grand View First National Bank j, Nelson 40.000 

Granger Farmers State Bank W. D. Gardner 35,000 

Granger F'rst National Bank F. B. Stefka 35,000 

<Grapeiand Farmers & Merchants State Bank w. D. Gardner 35,000 

Grapelaud Guaranty State Bank U. M. Brock 15.000 

Grapevine Farmers National Bank J. S. Estell 90,000 

Grapevine Grapevine National Bank J. T. Moorehead 115 000 

•Greenville Commercial National Bank N. II. James 150.000 

Greenville First National Bank S. B. Brooks 200.000 

Greenville Guaranty State Bank M. Heinatz 50,000 

<3reenville National Exchange Bank J. W. Birdsong 200,000 

Greenwood Farmers & Mechanics Bank C. E. Perrv 

Gregory First National Bank E. J. Miller 25,000 

Croesbeck Citizens National Bank D. Parker 50,000 

■Groesbeck Continental State Bank ' F. A. Collins 25,000 

Groesbeck Farmers Guarantv State Bank '. G. N. Groves 25,000 

Groom State Bank I. C. Unsell 15,000 

Grovoton First National Bank '. R. R. Robb 65.000 

Groveton Guaranty State Bank M. V. Wynne 25,0m, 

Cunter Continental State Bank C. O. Crockett 15,000 

«ustine Farmers & Merchants State Bank A. J. Diljard 20,000 

■Gustine Pettit, J. P. & Co .- 

Hagerman. ., Hagerman State Bank W. J. Gardiner ,52 

Hale Center Slate Bank C. Gentry 12*222 

•Hallettsville First National Bank P. Simpson 60,000 



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BANKS AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 
Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. 

Hallettsville Rosenberg Bros q A. Young.. 

Hallsvillc First State Bank c! F.' Haywood 

Hamilton Hamilton Bank & Trust Co ! J. M. Williams! ! '. '.'.'. 

Hamilton, Hamilton National Bank jjj. Perry.. 

Hamlin First National Bank .E. , C Brand 

Hamlin First State Bank !c! Frasi'r 

Handley First State Bank .J. E. Brewer. ........ '.'.'.'.'. 

Hansford First State Bank jj. g Wright! 

Happy First State Bank q' rj Lester. . 

Harleton First State Bank .W. N. Greer. 

Harlingen Harlingen State Bank !!!!!!!! M. V Pendleton . ! 

Harlingen Planters State Bank b. p' Johnson.'.'.!!!!".! 

Harrold Harrold Banking & Inv. Co .!!!.!!!a! L.' Winfrey.!!!!! ! 

Hartley Hartley County Bank J. S. McMilleii! . ...... . . !!!!!!!! 

Haskell Farmers State Bank q e. Patterson 

Haskell Haskell National Bank q e. Langford !!! 

Hasse Merchants & Planters Bank j. e. Hardin 

Hawkins First State Bank \i e. Smart......!!!!.!!!.!..!! 

Hawley First National Bank e. -\y. Kidwell 

Hearne First National Bank \y. T. Smith 

Hearne Planters & Merchants State Bank j. g. Philen 

Hebbronville State Bank p Briscoe 

Hebron Hebron State Bank b. B. Allen 

Kedley First State Bank G. A. Wimberly 

Hedley Guaranty State Bank t. T. Harrison 

Hcidenheimer .State Bank L. P. Heard 

Hemphill First National Bank A. M. Jones 

Hempstead Citizens State Bank A. G. Tompkins 

Hempstead Farmers National Bank L. D. Amsler 

Henderson Farmers & Merchants National Bank a. B. Graham 

Henderson First National Bank E. H. Crim 

Henderson State Guaranty Bank h. Wood 

Henrietta Merchants tc Planters Bank C K. Brown 

Henrietta Worsham, W. B. & Co .' 

Hereford First National Bank E. B. Posey 

Hereford First National Bank A. P. Murchison 

Hereford Western National Bank A. P. Lipscomb 

Hermleigh First State Bank W. W. Echols 

Hewitt First State Bank G. M. French 

Hico First National Bank J. S. Moss, Jr 

Hico Hico National Bank W. P. Barnes 

Higgins Citizens National Bank T. H. Black 

Higgins First Nations] Bank. . P. O. Boyd 

Hillsboro Citizens National Bank R. c. West 

Hillsboro Colonial Trust Co E. Woodall 

Hillsboro Farmers National Bank W. L. Embree 

Hillsboro First State Bank S. R. Hughes 

Hillsboro Hill Co. State Bank T. J. Files 

Hillsboro Sturgis Bank E. McKinnon 

Hitchcock Roberts, H. L. & Co 

Holland First National Bank L. B. Mewhinnev 

Holland First State Bank V. E. H. Rood, Jr 

Hondo First National Bank J. M. Finger 

Hondo Hondo State Bank H. F. King 

Honey Grove First National Bank J. B. Hembree.. 

Honey Grove Fi^st State Bank H. L. Allen 

Honey Grove Planters National Bank J. C. McKinney 

Hooks Guaranty State Bank J. H. Braden 

Houston Bankers Trust Co F. J. Heyne 2,000,000 

Houston First National Bank p. E. Russell 2,000,000 

Houston Guaranty State Bank R. F. Butts 20.000 

Houston Houston National Exchange Bank J. W. Hertford 200,000 

Houston Lumberman's National Bank L. P. Talley 600. 000 

Houston National Bank of Commerce N. A. Savre ( Asst.) 500.000 

Houston Security Trust Co J. F. Maddox 250,000 

Houston So. Texas Commercial National Bank B. D. Harris 1,000,000 

Houston Union National Bank D. C. Dunn 1,000,000 



Capital. 

10 000 
50.000 
50,000 
25,000 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 
1 0,000 
10.000 
15,000 
10.000 

15,666 
25,000 

00,000 
10.000 

lo.ooo 

25,000 
20.000 
25 000 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 
10.000 
10,000 
25.0>>0 
16,000 
50.000 
25.000 
50,000 
50.000 
55.000 

50.000 

ioo.ooo 

50.000 

10.000 

10 000 

50.000 

60,OuO 

25.000 

25,000 

200,000 

575.000 

50.000 

50,000 

100,000 



25.000 
25,000 
50.000 
30,000 
125,000 
125 000 
25.000 
in. ooo 



Howe Farmers National Bank W. H. Davis.... 

Howland Howland State Bank : W. K. Jusliss 

Hubbard First National Bank J. H. Weatherby, 

Hubbard First State Bank J. G. Scott 

Hughes Springs First National Bank .• U.S. Rogers. . . . 

Hughes Springs Guaranty State Bank ' R. A. Green 

Humble Humble State Bank J. W. Fineher. . . 

Huntington Guaranty State Bank G. J. Ivy 

Huntsvilie Gibbs National Bank G. A. Wynne. . . . 

Huntsville State Bank W. A. Sims 

Hut chins Bank of Hutchins 

Hutto Farmers & Merchants State Bank H. Mauritz 

Hutto Hutto National Bank A. B. Walling. . . 

Indian Gap l G erman " Amelica " State Bank W. S. Barnes... 

Industry First Guaranty State Bank H. L. Schulze... 



30 000 

10, 

50.000 
50,000 
50,000 
25,000 
20.000 
10,000 
50,000 
50,000 

40.606 

25.000 
10,000 
20.000- 



Banks and Bankers 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Banks and Bankers 



71 



Cashier. 
.W. A. Bouey. 



Towr.. Name of Bank. 

Iola .Iola State Bank 

Iowa Park First National Bank J. F. Bond. 

Iredell Continental State Bank A. E. Harroun.... 

Ireland First State Bank G. W. Bradley 

Irene Bank of Irene R. J. Love 

Irving Irving State Bank W. F. Miller 

Italy Farmers State Bank P. S. Park 

Italy First National Bank B. G. Stroud 

Itasca First National Bank P. E. Hooks 

Itasca Itasca National Bank H. E. Chiles 

Jacksboro First National Bank D. L. Knox 

Jacksboro Jacksboro National Bank Win. Turner 

Jacksonville Farmers Guaranty State Bank W. Z. Pamell 

Jacksonville First Guaranty State Bank W. D. Bolton 

Jacksonville First National Bank C. F. Boles 

Jarrell First State Bank J. A. Comer 

Jasper .First National Bank W. E. Seale 

Jasper Jasper State Bank R. M. Curtis 

Jayton First National Bank R. A. Jay 

Jefferson Commercial National Bank W. T. Neilon 

Jefferson Guaranty State Bank L. G. Bradeu 

Jefferson Rogers National Bank H. A. Spellings. . . . 

Jcrmyn First State Bank J. W Hopper 

Jewett Jewett State Bank W. A. Dezelle 

Joaquin First State Bank Hugh Jones 

Johnson City State Bank R. Klappenbach. . . 

Josephine Josephine State Bank L. Coffman 

Joshua Citizens Banking Co C. C. West 

Jourdanton Atascosa Co. State Bauk B. B. Dughtery . . . . 

Junction Junction State Bank C. R. Stevenson... 

Justin. . Farmers State Bank •. M. L. Ramey 

Justin. . . .' Justin State Bank W. N. Shofner. . . . 

Karnes City ,Karne Co. National Bank J. W. Ruckman. . . 

Katy Katy Bank (O. C. Baily) 

Kaufman First National Bank Geo. Smith 

Kaufman First State Bank..... W. A. Reid 

Keller First State Bank J. T. Adams 

Kemp Farmers Guaranty Bank A. Mauldin 

Kemp First National Bank CM. Galey 

Kenedy .Farmers &. Merchants State Bank A. Rawls 

Kenedy First State Bank H. \V. McGoldrick. 

Kennard Farmers Guaranty State Bank C. Latimer 

Kennedale First Bank P. J. Estes 

Kenney Kenney State Bank E. H. Sonsel 

Kerens First National Bank A. B. McKinney . . . 

Kerens First State Bank W. L. Bain 

Kerrville First State Bank T. F. Dietert 

Kerrville Schreiner. Clias 

Kilgore '. .Kiigore State Bank F. D. Obcrthier. . . . 

Kilgore Peoples Guaranty State Bank J. W. Brantley. . . . 

Killeen First National Bank S. Rancier 

Killeen First State Bank C. A. Graves 

Kingsbury First National Bank W. M. Wood 

Kings ville First State Bank R. T. Flewellen, Jr. 

Kingsville.. Kleberg Robt. J. & Co E. W. House 

Kirbyville Kirbyville State Bank S. B. Conn 

Kirbyville Peoples State Bank L. Singletary 

Kirkland First State Bank M. T. Walling 

Kirvin Guaranty State Bank T. G. Harkey 

Kleburg Farmers & Merchants Bank C. T. Stark 

Klondike First State Bank J. M. Glower 

Knox City First National Bank E. C. Couch 

Kopperl Guaranty Stale Bank C. A. Summerlin. . 

Kosse First National Bank W. L. Forbes 

Kosse Merchants & Farmers Bank '. ... E. F. Brown 

Kountze Hardin Co State Bank J. O. Fountain. . . . 

Kress Farmers State Bank J. W. Skipworth. . . 

Kru'm Farmers & Merchants State Bank B. R. Smith....... 

Kyle Kyle State Bank .....Wm. Groos 

Lacoste LaCoste National Bank H. C. Heilig 

Ladonia First National Bank -.A. E. Sweeney 

Ladonia First State Bank G. C. Waggoner. . . 

Laferia Cameron County Bank J. A. George 

X,a Grange First National Bank J. B. Hollo way. . . . 

La Grange Schumacher. John State Bank Leo Frede 

Lake Creek Guaranty State Bank A. W. Oliver 

Takeview First State Bank E. W. Alley 

Lamesa Dawson County Bank ; E. R. Bainbridge.. 

Lnmesa First State Bank ' A. W. Barfoot 

Lampasas First National Bank W. B. McGee 

Lampasas Peoples National Bank J. P. White 

Lampasas Stokes Bros. Bank 

Lancaster Henry, R. P. & Sous P. W. Henry 

Lancaster White & Co R- K- Minis 



Capital. 
10.000 
25 000 
20,000 
20,000 
12.000 
10.000 
25,000 
SO.OnO 
50,000 
30,000 
150,000 
oO.Oliu 
50,000 
50,000 
75,000 
20,000 
25,000 
15,000 
40 OHO 
30.00H 
25,000 
25,001) 
15,000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 
14,000 

50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
10,000 
50,000 

100,000 
100,000 
20.000 
25.000 
50,000 
50,000 
60,000 
10,000 

10,666 

50,000 

50.000 
50,000 

10,000 
15,00o 
100,000 
25,O0o 
25,000 
15.000 

15.000 
20 000 
10,000 
10,000 

20.000 
25,000 
10,000 
50,000 

12 500 
10,000 
25,0/10 
30,000 
25,000 
100,000 
20.000 

60,000 

100,000 

15,000 

10.000 

i'.O.niM) 
50.1.00 
50,000 



100,000 



72 



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BANKS AND HANKERS— Cont'd. 



Cashier. 



Town. Name of Bank. 

La Porte Brenton & McKay 

La Pryor First State Bank 

Laredo First State Bank }\, k. Mims 

Laredo Laredo National Bank s. \v Rrown 

Laredo Milmo National Bank o. F. Farias 

Larue Citizens State Bank n l Rogers 

Lavernia Lavernia State Bank j. v. Wiseman 

Lavon Brown, R. L. & Co 

League City > . . .Citizens State Bank j. p. Atkinson 

Leesburg First Guaranty State Bank a. C. Richardson... 

Leggett Farmers State Bank e. e. Harris 

Lelia Lake Alfalfa State Bank -p. J. Cothran 

Leming Farmers Bank R. A. Lackland 

Leonard Continental State Bank e. H. Winton 

Leonard First National Hank A. P. Griiler 

Leonard First State Bank j. f. Hall 

Lcroy Leroy Bank rj T. Janes 

Lewisville First National Bank M. D. Fagg 

Lewisville State Bank Alvin Hill 

Lexington f Lee Co. State Bank d. F. Wade 

Liberty First National Bank J. w. Stubbiefield. 

Liberty Hill First State Bank H. F. Read 

Lillian First State Bank j. x. Cooper 

Lindale Citizens Guaranty State Bank W. R. Ward 

Lindale Guaranty State Bank j. s. Ogburn 

Linden Cass Co. State Bank I. N. Marett 

Linden First National Bank S. H. Vance 

Lingleville First State Bank S. E. Lowe 

Lipan Farmers & Merchants Bank W. H. Roach 

Lipan Lipan State Bank W. R. Martin 

Lipscomb Bank of Lipscomb G. W. Long 

Livingston First National Bank J. E. Peters 

Livingston Guaranty State Bank J. L. Muller 

Llano Home National Bank W. Yanclerstucken. 

Llano Llano National Bank Jtf. Johnson 

Lockhart First National Bank W. B. Kelly 

Lockhart Lockhart National Bank G. W. Baker 

Lockhart Lockhart State Bank H. J. Bellamy 

Lockney Fiist National Bank D. C. Lowe 

Lockney. . Lockney State Bank J. C. Garrison 

Lometa First National Bank G. A. Swain 

Lometa Lometa State Bank J. T. McCarson. . . . 



Capital. 



100.000 
100,000 

120.000 
10.000 
10,000 



15,000 
12,500 
10,000 
10.000 

20.000 
75.000 
50.000 
10.000 
25.000 
25.000 
25.000 
20.000 
10,000 
10.000 
20,000 
20.000 
25.0o0 
35,000 
15.000 
15,0"0 
25,000 
12.000 
50. "00 
25,000 
60.000 
25.000 
50.000 
100.000 
30.000 
25,000 
10,000 
25,000 

4(1,000 

■!0/'00 
50,000 
10,000 
50,000 
60,000 
25,00 o 
60.000 
75.000 



Lone Oak Farmers National Bank W. E. Dickey 

Lone Oak Guaranty State Bank W. C. Dowell." 

Long Branch Guaranty Stats Bank C. W. Crim 

Longview Citizens National Bank E. H. Bussey 

Longview First National Bank ,'f. R. Sparkman 

Longview Guaranty State Bank G. C. Finch 

Longview Peoples State Bank W. R. Bass 

Longview .Security State Bank J. W. Elliott 

Loraine Edmondson. W. L. &; Co 

Loraine First State Bank D. C. McRae 

Lorena First National Bank L. J, Dodson 

Lorena Lorena State Bank F. Stewart 

Lott First National Bank C. A. Henke 

Lott Lott State Bank H. W. Stuart 

Louise Louise State Bank D. W. Wy bran is 

Louise Peoples Bank R. F. Hudson 

Lovelady First National Bank W. H. Collins 

Loving Loving State Bank D. F. Ford 

Lubbock Citizens National Bank I. L. Hunt 

Lubbock First National Bank C. D. Lester 

Lubbock Lubbock State Bank W. S. Posey 

Lueders Lueders State Bank C. Stifflemire 

Lufkin Guaranty State Bank W. It. MeMuUen 

Lufkin Lufkin National Bank G. R. Thompson 

Luling Lipscomb Bank & Trust Co A. Taylor 

Luling Luling State Bank M. O. McGaft'ev 

Lyford First State Bank .' O. G. Schlecht 

Lyons First State Bank Otto Schatz 

Lytle Lytle State Bank A. J. Gidley 

McAlJen First State Bank It. E. Horn 

McCaulley Bank of McCaulley G. Ellis 

McDade.! Guaranty State Bank J. F. Metcalf 

McGregor Farmers Bank .■ W. V. Hanover 

McGregor First National Bank R. L. Bewley 

McKiuney Collin Co. National Bank J. W. Ashley 

McKinnev Continental Slate Bank E. M. Perkins 

McKinney First National Bank H. E Smith H >.«»< 

McLean American State Bank W. II. Holt -=>. oni 

McLean Citizens State Bonk E. S. Hurst 

Mabank Farmers & Merchants State Bank W. F. Zinnecker 



IS 000 
30,000 
15 000 

50.000 
25 000 
20.000 

25,000 
10,000 

100,000 
50,000 
75,000 
10.000 
50.000 
75,000 
75,000 
50.000 
10,000 
10,000 
15.000 
12.500 

10,000 

r o 

200 > 

50.000 



10,000- 






Banks and Bankers TEXAS GAZETTEER Banks and Bankers 73 

Town. Name of Hank. Cashier. Capital. 

Mabank First National Bank A. S. Ferrell 25,000 

Madisonville .Farmers State Bank J. J. Jopling 25,000 

Madisonville First National Bank R. Wiley 50,000 

Malakoff First National Bank . .... J. F. Neff 35.000 

Malakoff First State Bank M. Eastwold 10,000 

Malone First State Bank T. Stockton 12,500 

Malone Malone Bank E. W. Morgan 

Manor Citizens Guaranty Bank • O. A. McRae 25,000 

Manor Farmers National Bank W. G. Luedecke 25,000 

Mansfield First National Bank J. W. Campbell 25,000 

Mansfield State Bank T. G. Davis 35,000 

Marathon Marathon State Bank Fred Clark 15,000 

Marble Falls Citizens State Bank Carl Francis 20,000 

Marble Falls First National Bank J. R. Yett 30,000 

Marfa Marfa National Bank H. M. Fennell 70,000 

Maria Marfa State Bank W. D. Wilson 50,000 

Marion Marion State Bank R. E. Kloeper 20,000 

Markham Markham State Bank J. C. Lewis 15,000 

Marlin First National Bank J. C. Fountain 100,000 

Marlin First State Bank M. V. Biadshaw 100,000 

Marlin Marlin National Bank S. H. Johnson 100,000 

Marquez First State Bank W. E. Flynn 10,000 

Marshall Citizens State Bank J. I. Carter 25,000 

Marshall First National Bank W. L, Barry 200,000 

Marshall Marshall National Bank W. L. Martin 100,000 

Marshall State Bank J. Copeland 50,000 

Mart Farmers .£ Merchants National Bank M. F. Meyer 50,000 

Mart First National Bank E. B. Smyth 50,000 

Mart First State Bank E. M. Parks 30,000 

Martindale Merchants <fc Planters Bank F. A. Reed 25.000 

Mason Commercial Bank Max Martin 40,000 

Mason German-American National Bank F. W. Lemburg 25,000 

Matador First State Bank D. Burleson 25,000 

Matagorda Bank of Matagorda A. W. McNabb 

Mathis First State Bank K. H. Word 15,000 

Maud Maud National Bank J. T. ?>Iills 25,000 

Maxwell Schawe, C. T 

May First National Bank Elmo Bettis 25.000 

Maydelle Farmers Merchants State Bank C. C. Sherman 10,000 

Maypearl Citizens State Bank S. C. Harrell 25,000 

Maypcarl Farmers & Merchants State Bank W. A. Claunch 20,000 

Megargle First State Bank H. O. Young 10,000 

Melissa Melissa National Bank H. S. Wisong 25 Oiio 

Memphis Citizens State Bank W. B. Quigley 75,000 

Memphis First National Bank S. S. Montgomery 55.000 

Memphis Hall Co. National Bank J. H. Read 50,000 

Menard Bank of Menard C. B. Mason 50,000 

Menard .First National Bank B. G. Callan 35.000 

Mercedes Hidalgo Co. Bank N. P. Barton 20,000 

Mercedes .Planters State Guaranty Bank E. P. Gregg 15,000 

Mercury Bank of Mercury T. J. Beasley ■ 10,000 

Mercury Mercury State Bank R. Cawyer 10,000 

Merdian Farmers Guaranty State Bank V. M. Sutphen 10,000 

Merdian First National Bank E. Muirhead 50,000 

Merit First National Bank 0". D. Leatherwood 25,000 

Merit Guaranty State Bank A. L. Dunbar 20,000 

Merkel Farmers State Bank R. O. Anderson .' 15,000 

Merkel Farmers & Merchants National Bank T. Johnson 25.000 

Merkel Southern National Bank J. E. Faucett 50.000 

Mertens First State Bank J. N. Goodman 10,000 

Mertens Guaranty State Bank R. O. Hooks 20.000 

Mertzon First National Bank D. E. Hughes 25.000 

Mesquite First National Bank R. L. Kimbiough 50,000 

Mesquite Guaranty State Bank M. P. Hawthorne 15,000 

Mexia First National Bank B. Murphy 50,000 

Mexia Prendergast, Smith & Co J- S. Smith 75,000 

Miami Bank of Miami T. J. Boney 

Miami First State Bank H. E. Baird 25,000 

Midfield Midfield State Bank B. W. Trull 10,000 

Midland First National Bank E. It. Bryan ■ 100,000 

Midland Midland National Bank W. B. Elkins 75,000 

Midlothian Farmers Guaranty State Bank J. S. MrElDowney 25,000 

Midlothian First National Bank G. W. Newton 60,000 

Milano First State Bank W. O. Newton 10,000 

Miles Miles National Bank A. H. Lewin ?5,000 

Milford Bank of Milford (McDanie) Bros) 

Milford Citizens Bank ;.G. L. DcPuy 

Millsap First State Bank J- H. Doss 10.000 

Mineola First National Bank R. J. Gaston 5x ,0 J!2 

Mineola Mineola State Bank J. C. Edelen 30,000 

Mineral Wells Bank of Mineral Wells A. J. Thomas 75,00 

Mineral Wells First National Bank G. A. Sims 60,000 

Mineral Welis First State Bank W. I. Smith 50,000 

Mingus ,First State Bank H. S. Rucker 15.000 

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BANK AND BANK ERS— Cont'd. 



Town. 



Name of Bank. 



Cashier. 



Mission First National Bank E. O. Scott 

Mission First State Bank S. Cawthon , 

Mobeetie First State Bank T. E. Durham 

Montague Citizens State Bank R. B. Rugeley 

Montgomery First State Bank T. L. Wilcox 

Moody Farmers State Bank •. R. V. Mitchell 

Moody First National Bank J. W. Donaldson. . . . 

Moore Moore National Bank R. L. Connelly 

Moran Moran State Bank V. W. Formby 

Morgan First National Bank R. G. Cate 

Morgan Mill Farmers & Merchants Bank J. W. Brown 

Moscow Moscow State Bank W. P. Scurlock 

Moulton First State Bank John Bucek 

Mount Calm First National Bank J. A. Rush 

Mount Calm First State Bank H. R. Haney 

Mount Enterprise .Merchants & Planters State Bank D. Langston 

Mount Pleasant First National Bank F. L. Kennedy 

Motr.it Pleasant First State Bank P.. M. Love 

Mount Pleasant Guaranty State Bank R. F. Lindsay 

Mount Pleasant Merchants & Planters National Bank W. H. Seay 

Mount Selman Guaranty State Bank H. W. Ferguson. . . . 

Mount Vernon First National Bank A. J. Patton 

Mount Vernon Merchants & Planters National Bank G. L. Hinnant 

Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Bank A. J. Majors 

Muenstrr German-American Bank Win. Horwerth 

Mullin First State Bank , M. C. Kirkpatrick. . 

Munday Bank of Munday F. N. Warren 

Munday First National Bank T. Isbell 

Murchison First State Bank M. Asher 

Murphy Citizens Bank L. Kirby 

Myra '. First Guar. State Bank A. J. Welch 

Nacogdoches Commercial Guar. State Bank F. H. Tucker 

Nacogdoches Farmers & Merchants State Bank H. T. Mast 

Nacogdoches Stone Fort National Bank F. B. Sublett 

Naples Morris Co. National Bank W. W. Robinson. . . . 

Naples Naples National Bank J. O. Butler 

Na\asota Citizens National Bank W. T. Taliaferro. . . , 

Navasota Farmers State Guar. Bank R. L. Renick , 

Navasota First National Bank '. . . . .E. North wood 

Neches Guaranty State Bank J. R. Doss 

Nevada First National Bank W. C. Dennis 

Newark First State Bank W. H. Doyle 

New Boston First National Bank D. A. Chambers. . . 

New Boston New Boston National Bank W. A. Lowery 

New Braunfels First National Bank W. Faust 

New Braunfels State Bank C. J. Kipp 

New Castle First State Bank T. R. Coffield 

Newlin Farmers State Bank L. D. Ballard 

Newport .' First Guar. State Bank ' O. D. Wilkes 

Newsome First State Bank L. Gee 

Newton Newton County Bank R. Lawson 

New Ulm New Ulm State Bank Robt. Voight 

New Waverly New Waverly State Bank W. C. Jones 

Nixon , Nixon State Bank S. J. Elkins 

Nocona Farmers & Merchants Bank J. R. Modrall 

Nocona .Nocona National Bank J. G. Clark 

Nordheim Nordheim State Bank F. O. A. Ladner. . . 

Nordheim Osterloh & Neutzler 

Normangee First National Bank A. J. Rogers 

Normangee First State Bank O. Youngblood. . . . 

North Zulch Farmers Guar. State Bank ' A. L. Lipscomb. . . . 

Novice .Novice State Bank B. Rathmell 

Oakville First National Bank D. T. Blair 

Oakwood First State Bank J. W. Barton 

Oak wood Oakwood State Bank R. L. Wiley 

O'Brien Farmers & Merchants Bank L. H. Nix 

Ochiltree First National Bank J. D. Wyman 

Odcll Bank of Odell W. P. Starr 

Odcm Odem State Bank Y. Frede-ick 

Odessa Citizens National Bank W. Skinner 

Oglesby Bank of Oglesby R. M. Casey 

Oklaunion King Banking & Mercantile Co 

Olney Campbell Banking Co R. T. Campbell. . . . 

Olney First National Bank R. L. Edwards. . . . 

Olton First State Bank W. W. Pugh 

Omaha First National Bank I. P. Forsyth 

Omaha State Bank A. J. Capller 

Onalaska Exchange Bank L. R. Fife 

Orange First National Bank J. O. Sims 

Orange Orange National Bank G. M. Sells 

Orange.... prange State Bank '. W. YV. Armstrong. 



Capital. 
25,000 

1G.0O0 

20. 00" 
10,000 
10,000 
30.000 
50,000 
50,000 
10,000 
35,000 

10.000 
50,000 
50 000 
25,000 
15,000 
75.000 
50,000 
60,00n 
60,000 
10,000 
50,000 
30,000 



10,900 

40,666 

10.000 

10,000 
60,000 
25.000 
50.000 
35.000 
25,000 

100.000 
50 000 

100,000 
10.00U 
23.000 
10,000 
30,000 
30,000 

100,000 
40.000 
25,000 
10,000 
10,000 
12.500 
10 000 
20,001 
20,000 
25,000 
50,000 
50.000 
10,000 

25,00fi 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 
25,000 
10,000 
25,000 

30,000 

2*5,666 

75 Off 

5, 



25.HOm 

10, 

25, 

25.""" 

1". 

1"". 

:.".' 

25,000 



Banks and Bankers TEXAS GAZETTEER Bank* and Bankers 75 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. Capital. 

Orange Grove Bank of Orange Grove G. C. Jlehmet 

Ore City Guaranty State Bank A. R. Woodson 25,000 

Osceola Guaranty State Bank R. A. Williamson 15,000 

Otto .first State Bank W. Stockton 15,000 

Ovalo first State Bank I. J. Brian 12.5IMI 

Overton Farmers & Merchants State Bank T. F. Thompson 10,000 

Overton First Guar. State Bank E. B. McDavid 10,00(1 

Ozona Ozona National Bank E. Dudley 100,000 

Paducah First National Bank O. L. Thomas 50,000 

Paducah First State Bank W. H. Abernathy 50,000 

Paige Cuaranty State Bank G. W. Weeren 10,000 

Paint Rock .Guaranty State Bank L. P. Kcan 25,000 

Palacios Palacios State Bank J. F. Barnett 50,000 

Palacios State Guaranty Bank N. Atmar 50,00ft 

Palestine First National Bank W. M. Ash 75.000 

Palestine Guaranty State Bank T. M. Campbell 100,000 

Palestine Robinson Guaranty State Bank W. B. Robinson 50,000 

Palestine Royall National Bank C. W. Hanks 100. ooo 

Palmer Citizens Bank L. B. Griffith 25.000 

Palmer First Guaranty State Bank J. J. Hayley 25,000 

Palo Pinto Cunningham Bros 

Pampa First National Bank B. E. Finley 25.000 

Pampa Gray Co. State Bank J. T. Crawford , 10,000 

Panhandle First State Bank A. E. Burton 15.000 

Panhandle Panhandle Bank E. E. Carhart 25,000 

Paradise First State Bank Karl Andrews 15.0o0 

Paris American National Bank W. T. Ridley 120,000 

Paris City National Bank N. Brooks 200.000 

Paris First National Bank J. A. Smith 300.000 

Paris First State Bank J. W. Hardison 120,0nfi 

Paris Guaranty State Bank M. Fleming 50,0ni) 

Park Springs First State Bank C. D. Morrell 10,000 

Pattonvilje First State Bank M. D. Hammond 15.000 

Peacock Stonewall State Bank H. A. Carter IO.OOii 

Pearsall Pearsall National Bank R. S. Nixon lOO.ooo 

Pearsall Peoples State Bank I. J. Hudson 50,000 

Peaste>' Farmers Bank J. A. Wiggins 

Pecan Gap State Bank W. I. BaiUey 20.000 

Pecos First National Bank T. II. Beauchamp 100,000 

Pecos Pecos Vallev State Bank W. H. Browning, Jr 110,000 

Pendleton First State Bank W. E. Phillips 10,000 

Penelope '. First State Bank H. Cresswcll 15,000 

Porrin Bank of Perrin I. W. Head 

Perrin First State Bank W. Head 10,000 

Perry Farmers State Bank A. E. Hander 10.000 

Personville 3uaranty State Bank S. H. Marks 10,000 

Petersburg Petersburg Bank 

Petrolia Continental State Bank H. W. Perkins 15,000 

Petty Citizens State Bank J. Adams 50,000 

Petty First National Bank J. F. Williams 28.000 

Puugervilie Farmers State Bank A. W. Pfluger 15,000 

Pharr First National Bank L. Welsh 25.000 

Pickton First State Bank S. M. Gibson 20.000 

Pilot Point Farmers & Merchants Bank J. B. Burks 50,000 

Pilot Point First State Bank W. B. McShan 20,000 

Pilot Point Pilot Point National Bank J. A. L. McFarland 60,000 

Pinehill First State Bank W. C. Crim 10,000 

Pittsburg Camp County Bank R. A. Morris 

Pittsburg First Guaranty State Bank R. A. Swaim 50.000 

Pittsburg .First National Bank T. E. Russell 50.000 

Pittsburg Pittsburg National Bank R. L. Hopkins 50, ooo 

Placedo Junction PlaceJo State Bank L. B. Maury 10,000 

Plains First. State Bank R. M. Kendrick 10.000 

PJainview . . , Citizens National Bank E. B. Hughes 100,00.) 

P^ainview ,First National Bank ■• • -G. Jacobs 100,000 

Plain view Third National Bank II. M. Burch 100,000 

Piano Farmers & Merchants National Bank R. A. Davis 50,000 

Piano First Guaranty State Bank J. I. Eason 30,000 

Piano Piano National Hunk T. C. Jasper 100,000 

Pleasanton First National Bank J. K. Lawhon 50,000 

Pleasanton First Stato Hank 

Point First State Bank R. L. Simmons 10,000 

Point Guarantv State Bank J W. Montgomery 10,000 

Ponder Ponder State Bank E. C. McElroy 10,000 

Ponta Guaranty State Bank C. L. Dawson 10,000 

Poolville First - State Bank J. Holland ,« 5 '" r '2 

Port Arthur First National Bank "...W. N. McReynolds 10 O.OoO 

Port Arthur Merchants State Bank...- J. McFarland «n2« 

Port Lavaca First National Bank W. C. Noble Innnn 

Port Lavaca First State Bank J- H. Bickford 30,000 

Port O'Conner Farmers Bank •••::: 

Post First National Bank W. O. Stevens 60,000 

Poteet Farmers Bank \VXkn 

Poteet First State Bank W. O. Fitch 10,000 



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BANK AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. 

Poth first State Bank R. J. Woelbert 

Pottsboro Guaranty State Bank H. C. Bennett 

Powell Powell State Bank G. T. Delafoose. . . 

Poyner Bank of Poyner C. It. Scarborough. 

Premont ...Bank of Premont H. C. Englekiug... 

Fremont..., State Bank \V. C. Smith 

Princeton Citizens State Bank T. A. Curtis 

Princeton .Farmers State Bank J. A. Reynolds 

Pritchett First State Bank J. K. Mitchell 

Proctor £tate Bank R. R. Evans 

Prosper Continental State Bank , .U. N. Clary 

Provident City Provident State Bank J. H. Fenner 

Purdon First State Bank D. Boyett 

Putnam Farmers State Bank C. T. Hutchison... 

Quanah ..Citizens National Bank E. \V. Hovey 

Quanah Farmers State Bauk C. O. McCauley... 

Quanah .First Guaranty State Bank J. D. Hughes 

Queen City Guaranty State Bank G. E. Ellington 

Quinlan .Continental State Bank S. E. Dunnam 

Quinlan Quinlan State Bank W. Phelps 

Quitaque Farmers Bank A. J. Askey 

Quitman Farmers & Merchants State Bank R. W. Low 

Quitman First State Bauk J. D. Harris 

Ralls McLaughlin, W. E 

Randolph Continental State Bank A. M. Beeman 

Ranger .Farmers & Merchants State Bank W. A. Hartsel 

Ranger First National Bank F. W. Melvin 

Ratcliff First State Bank F/F. Florence 

Ravenna Ravenna State Bank J. W. Palmore 

Raymondville. State Bank C. H. Pease 

Reagan First State Bank J. B. Burnett 

Red Oak First State Bank '.G. L. Ligon 

Red Oak .White & Co 

Red Rock First State Bank W. F. Mobley 

Redwaier Citizens Bank M. Wheeler 

Refugio Bank of Refugio B. Smith 

Reir.hardt Citizens Bank 

Renuer Guaranty State Bank E. T. Jackson 

Rhome First Bank of Rhome C. E. Martin 

Rhoaesboro First State Bank V. E. Todd 

Rice Farmers State Bank L. B. Rose 

Rice First State Bank A. C. Hervey 

Richards Richards State Bank J. D. Brookman... 

Richardson Citizens State Bank .W. E. Dean 

Richland First State Bank Tom Cox 

Richland Springs First State Bank J. B. Mil.ler 

Richmond Davis, J. H. P. & Co T. A. Wcssendorff. 

Richmond First National Bank E. G. Wessendorff. 

Riesel Farmers & Merchants State Bank T. A. Micrtschin.. 

Riesel First State Bank L. C. Holze 

Ringgold Ringgold State Bank C. L. Gass 

Rio Grande First State Bank O. E. Cannon 

Rio Hondo First State Bank H. L. Goode 

Rio Vista Farmers & Traders Bank L. D. Smyth 

Rising Star Continental State Bank Wm. Koonce 

Rising Star First National Bank D. E. Jones 

Riviera .'Riviera State Bank '. .R. R. Sullivan 

Roanoke Continental State Bank B. L. Jones 

Roaring Springs Farmers &. Merchants Bank 

Robert Lee... First National Bank A. P. Stone 

Robstown First State Bank H. E. Gouger 

Robstown Guaranty State Bank W. H. Dainwood. . 

Roby First National Bank • H. J. Hadderton.. . 

Rocheile Bank of Rochelle 

Rochelle State Bank O. E. Rice 

Rochester First State Bank W. B. Lee 

Rockdale Citizens State Bank A E. Perry 

Rockdale ■ First. National Bank J. E. Longmore 

Rockdale Rockdale State Bank W. L. Baird 

Rock Island State Bauk F. A. Norman 

Rockport First National Bank J. G. Hooper 

Rockport State Bank CO. Lowcry 

Rock Springs First State Bank C. Axson 

Rockwall Citizens National Bank : W. D. Austin 

Rockwall Farmers National Bank B. II. Wisdom 

Rockwall Guaranty Stale Hank -...11. L. Shelton 

Rogers Farmers State Bank J. M. Sampson 

Rogers First National Bank \V. B. Thomas 

Rogers , Rogers State Hank W. P. Baugh 

Roscoe Exchange Bank (Trammell K- Co) . 

Roscoe State Bank T. M. Dobbins 

Rosebud First National Bank N. E. Stockton 



Capital. 
25.000 
10,000 
10,000 



10,000 
16,000 
20,000 
10,000 
15.000 
20.000 
10,000 
10,000 
15.00O 
50.000 
25.000 
50.000 
15.0'j'j 
20.000 
10,000 

20,000 
25.000 

lO.OOO 
25,000 

25.000 
10.000 
10,000 

10. or.,. 
10.000 
10.000 

10,000 



10.000 

15,000 
20,000 
40,000 
10,000 
10.0'Vi 
25,000 
15.000 

50,666 

20,000 
20,000 

15,000 

10,000 

20,00^ 
25,000 
10,000 

10.000 

25,000 
20,000 

10,000 

40,000 

20,0."i0 
15,000 
30,000 
75,000 
50,000 
10,000 
50 01 '< 
15,000 
35.f'O0 
9 

25 000 

50.0..0 

50.000 



Banks and Banker* TEXAS GAZETTEER Banks and Bankers 77 

Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. Capital. 

Rosebud Planters National Bank E. A. Donaldson 50.000 

Rosebud Rosebud State Bank P. Wooldridge 35,000 

Rosenberg. Davis, J. H. P. & Co Chas. Lea 

Rosenberg State Bank G. R. Hallman 16.500 

Rosewood First State Bank W. C. Frazier 12,500 

Rotan Cow Boy State Bank W. L. Foy 50,000 

Rotan First National Bank W. F. Martin 50,000 

Round Rock ,Nelson. J. A. & Co C. A. Nelson 75,000 

Round Top State Bank G. H. Fricke 10,000 

Rowena First State Bank A. C. Homann 25,000 

Rowlett Citizens Bank 

Roxtou First National Bank G. Poteet 30,000 

Roxton Roxtou State Bank P. E. Hawkius 25,000 

Royse City First National Bank J. D. Miller.. 50.000 

Royse City .First State Bank E. M. Paulk 35.000 

Rule First National Bank L. W. Jones 30.000 

Runge First State Bank A. D. Hillberu 35,000 

Runge Runge National Bank L. L. Nusom 50,000 

Rusk Farmers & Merchants State Bank J. H. Kerr 25,000 

Rusk First National Bank A. Ford 50,000 

Sabinal First State Bank C. E. Freeman 30.000 

Sabinal Sabinal National Bank R. J. Davenport 50,000 

Sachso Bank of Sachse L. Kirby 

Sacu! Guaranty State Bank 

Sadler First Guar. State Bank C. D. Ferry 10,000 

Sagerton Continental State Bank M. R. Smith 10.000 

St. Jo Citizens National Bank W. B. Lane 25,000 

St. Jo First National Bank J. A. Bowers 30,000 

Saltillo First State Bank C. M. Smith 10,000 

San Angelo First National Bank C. H. Powell 250.000 

San Angelo San Angelo Bank C. C. Kirkpatrick 250,000 

San Angelo San Angelo National Bank H. O'Bannon 100,000 

San Angelo Western National Bank A. B. Sherwood 100,000 

San Antonio Alamo National Bank O. Meerscheidt 500,000 

San Antonio American Bank & Trust Co X. s. Graham 100,000 

San Antonio Central Trust Co YA\ P. Rote 1,000,000 

San Antonio City National Bank A. II. Piper 100,000 

San Antonio Commercial Loan & Trust Co A. P. Ford 

San Antonio Emmet Bank E. J. McCormick 

San Antonio Frost National Bank Ned McLMienny 500,000 

San Antonio G r0O;5 National Bank Chas. Denssen 250.000 

San Antonio Lock wood National Bank M. Freeborn 200,000 

San Antonio Merchants & Mechanics Bank w. B. Pettus 

San Antonio National Bank of Commerce A. L. C. McGruder 700,000 

San Antonio Oppenhcimer, D. & A 

San Antonio San Antonio Loan & Trust Co W. L. HerlT 100,000 

San Antonio San Antonio National Bank T. D. Anderson 500,000 

San Antonio State Bank & Trust Co G. D. Campbell 200,000 

San Antonio Sullivan, D. & Co 

San Antonio WestTexas Bank & Trust Co W. B. Hamilton, Jr 150,000 

San Augustine Commercial Guar. State Bank J. \y. Jennings 25,000 

San Augustine First National Bank T. B. Saunders 25,000 

San Benito Farmers State Guar. Bank M. Richey 20 000 

San Benito San Benito Bank & Trust Co L. B. Mayer 50,000 

Sanderson Croft & Co. Bank T. R. Kuykendall 25,000 

Sandia Sandia State Bank C. P. Randolph 10,000 

San Diego Croft & Co. Bank Alma Brandt 

San Diego Mercantile Exch. Bank A. Levy 

San Diego State Bank N. A. Hoffman 35,000 

Sanger First National Bank E. L. Berry 30,000 

Sanger Sanger National Bank J. G. Wright 30,000 

San Juan State Bank F. C. Piatt 10,000 

San Marcos Citizens State Bank W. W. Giesen 25,000 

San Marcos First National Bank J. H. Barbee 6i>.u00 

San Marcos State Bank & Trust Co C. Rudorf 50,000 

San Saba First National Bank U. M. Sanderson 60.000 

San Saba San Saba National Bank J. E. Odiorne 25,000 

San Saba Ward-Murray Co .~ R. W. Burleson 

Santa Anna First National Bank ■ V. L. Grady 40,000 

Santa Anna First State Bank L. L. Shield 50.000 

Santo First National Bank J. D. Dyer 25,000 

Saragosa Toyah Valley State Bank D. S. Butler 10,000 

Saratoga Saratoga State Bank H. A. Lay 10,000 

Savoy First State Bank D. W. Sweeney 15.000 

Schertz Sehertz State Bank -.-S. A. Coffman 10,000 

Schulenburg First National Bank G. Russek 25.000 

Schulenburg Russek Ignaz ■ . ... 

Schwertner Farmers State Bank E. Strauss 47,000 

SeotJaud Bank of Scotland R. S. Poirot 

Scurry v Citizens Bank J. R. Wood 

Seadrift First Bank 

Seadrift State Bank J. H. Spencer 10.000 

Seagoville Fanners Guar. State Bank G. T. Sullivan 10.000 

Seagovillo First State Bank T. C. Andrews 10,000 






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Cashier. 
R. Borgel.. 
L. Gallie... 
T. Sanders. 
C. Dibrell.. 






BANK AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 

Town. Name of Bank. 

Sealy Citizens State Bank G. 

Sealy Farmers National Bank E. 

Sealy Sealy National Bank C 

Seguin, First National Bank C. 

Seguin Nolte, E. & Sons 

Seguin Seguin State Bank A. R. Maurer 

Seminole First State Bank J. W. Byrd 

Seminole Seminole National Bank J. J. Williams 

Seymour Farmers National Bank W. T. Britton 

Seymour First Guar. State Bank W. H. Merrick. . . . 

Seymour First National Bank G. S. Plants 

Shamrock Farmers <fc Merchants State Bank O. T. Nicholson... 

Shamrock First National Bank O. P. Jones 

Shepherd Shepherd State Bank J. N. Combs 

Sherman .American Bank & Trust Co B. Roberts 

Sherman Commercial State Bank • F. Z. Edwards.... 

Sherman Merchants & Planters National Bank C. D. Dorchester. . 

Sherwood First Bank W. M. Tolson 

Shiner Farmers State Bank E. Runk 

Shiner First National Bank Earl Fry 

Shiner Wolters Bros. Bank J. A. Wolters 

Shiro Farmers State Bank R. Rikard 

Silsbee Silsbee State Bank N. A. Cravens, Jr. 

Silverton First National Bank T. S. Stephenson.. 

Silver Valley First Guar. State Bank L. H. Vaughn 

Sinton Bank of Commerce W. C. Sparks 

Sinton Sinton State Bank W. J. McGloin 

Sipe Springs First State Bank W. P. Capehart. . . . 

Skidmore First State Bank V. E. Kessler 

Slaton First State Bank J. E. Jordan 

Slaton Paul Bank 

Slidell First State Bank L. M. Atcheson 

Smiley Smiley State Bank J. Billings 

Smithville First National Bank A. T. Wilkes 

Smithville First State Bank M. L. Tansey 

Snyder First National Bank R. H. Curnutte 

Snyder .First State Bank C. L. Ezell 

Snyder Snyder National Bank O. P. Thrane 

Somerville Bank of Somerville J- A. Jones 

Sonora First National Bank R. E. Aldwcll 

Sour Lake Sour Lake State Bank K. Stone 

Spring Spring State Bank O. R. Davenport... 

Springtown First Bank J. D. Hutchinson.. 

Springtown Guaranty State Bank G. W. Fritz 

Spur Farmers & Merchants State Bank H. P. Cole 

Spur First State Bank E. C. Edmonds 

Spur Spur National Bank W. G. Sherrod. 

Stamford Citizens National Bank F. E. Morrow.... 

Stamford First National Bank J. D. Shackelford. 

Stamford First State Bank H. E. Harlan 

Stanton First National Bank Paul Konz 

Stanton Home National Bank :< J. R. Vance 

Star Star State Bank R. H. Patterson. . 

Stephenville Cage & Crow Bank . . . . W. S. Watson. . . . 

Stephenville Fai mers National Bank J. W. Frey 

Stephenville First National Bank J. B. Ator 

Sterling City First National Bank J. S. Cole 

Sterling City First State Bank N. L. Douglas 

Stockdale First State Bank L. R. Wheeler. Jr. 

Stratford First National Bank L. C. McCrory. . . . 

State Bank J. Houser 

of Strawn It. D. Hinkson 

National Bank W. L. Stephen . . . 

State Bank R. M. Thompson. 

Su garland Imperial Bank E. O. Guenther. . . 

Sulphur Bluff First State Bank O. H. MahafCey . . . 

Sulphur Springs City National Bank W. F. Skillman. . . 

Sulphur Springs First National Bank M. B. Sherwood. . 

Sulphur Springs First State Bank W. E. Keunemur. 

Sunset Guaranty State Bank I. L. Chander 

Sunset Sunset State Bank T. O. Wilson 

Sutherland Springs First State Bank J. T. Skeeley 

Swan First State Bank R. J. McBride 

Swearingen Guaranty State Bank G. M. Powell 

Sweet Home Valenta Bros 

Sweetwater Farmers & Merchants State Bank T. E. Crutcher... 

Sweetwater First National Bank R. K. McAdams. . 

Sweetwater Trammel], Thos. & Co W. J. Trammel]. . 

Swenson First Bank Carl Wilson 

Sylvester Newman, J. F. & Sons C. Newman 

Taft Taft Bank 

Tahoka First National Bank W. B. Slaton 



Stratford First 

Strawn Bank 

Strawn First 

Streetman First 



Capital. 
25.000 
27,500 
25,000 

50.000 

50,000 

25.000 

25,000 

, 50.000 

35.000 

75.000 

25.000 

25,000 

10.000 

200.000 

2o0.000 

600,000 

10.000 

30.000 

50,000 

20.000 
20,000 
30,000 
10.000 
25.000 
25,000 
15,000 
25,000 
15,000 

10,000 
15,000 
25,000 
50,000 
60,000 
50,000 

100,000 
25,000 

100,000 
15 000 
10,000 
15.000 
10.000 
15.000 
50.000 

:ovi,ooo 

100.000 

liin.000 
55.000 
25.000 
25,000 
10,000 

50,666 

75.000 
60,000 

40,000 
20,000 
25.000 
25.000 

25,000 
20.000 

20,666 

100,000 

ioe.000 

60,000 

1 0.000 
10.000 

10.000 

)" 

10.000 

5*0,666 

86.000 
25.666 



25.000 



Banks and Bankers 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Banks and Banker* 



79 



Town. Name of Bank. Cashier. Capital. 

Talco Taico State Bank W. O. Keith 12,000 

Talpa First State P>ank Chas. Price 20,000 

Tatura First State Bank M. C. De Geurin 10.000 

Taylor City National Bank James Shaw 100,000 

Taylor First National Bank T. Hague 15o!o00 

Taylor .' First State Bank & Trust Co O. E. Roherts 150Jo00 

Taylor Taylor National Bank D. F. Smith 15o!o00 

Teague Farmers & Merchants State Bank W. R. Watson 60,000 

Teague First National Bank R. F. Riley 50,000 

Teague ...First State Bank H. F. Gunter 25.000 

Temple City National Bank , C. B. Wade 100,000 

Temple Farmers State Bank E. J. Slubicki 50,000 

Temple First National Bank C. B. Hutchinson 100,000 

Temple Temple State Bank C. A. Hughes 250,000 



Temple Temple Trust Co W. S. Rowland. 

Teueha First State Bank L.Motley 

Terrell American National Bank W. P. Allen 

Terrell First National Bank E. F. Marrow , 

Terrell First State Bank W. Fleetwood , 

Texarkana City National Bank A. Marschell 

Texarkana Merchants & Planters Bank C. A. Smith 

Texarkana State National Bank S. Wilson 

Texarkana State Savings & Trust Co C. M. Blocker 

Texarkana... Texarkana National Bank J. W. Wheeler.... 

Texarkana Texarkana Trust Co P. Dickinson 

Texas City First National Bank A. B. Phillips 

Texas City Guaranty State Bank J. L. Hermann. . . . 

Texas City. Texas City National Bank C. D. Gustavus. . . . 

Texliue Bank of Texliue J. E. McAvoy 

Thorndale First National Bank C. A. Davis 

Thorndale State Bank Sam Clement 

Thornton Farmers Guaranty State Bank L. W. S. Shepperd. 

Thornton First National Bank J. E. Barnett 

Thrall Farmers State Bank F. L. Klattenhoff . . 

Throckmorton First National Bank G. C. Bachman. . . . 

Timpson Cotton Belt State Bank S. Kelley 

Timpson Guaranty State Bank B. J. Hawthorn. . . . 

Tioga First Guaranty State Bank Z. L. Wright 

Tolar Continental State Bank W. H. Jones 

Tomball First State Bank W. E. Reach 

Tom Bean Tom Bean State Bank F. E. Douglas 

Toyah Citizens State Bank E. B. Daniel 

Travis Travis State Bank R. Moore 

Trent First State Bank L. E. Adrian 

Trenton First National Bank J. Donaghey 

Trinity First State Bank J. Embry 

Trinity Trinity National Bank. .' P. H. Cauthan 

Troup" First National Bank T. W. Pace 

Troup Guaranty State Bank B. C. Dickinson... 

Trov Citizens Exchange Bank W. L. Maedgen . .. . 

Trumbull Trumbull State Bank I. K. Webb 

Truscott First Bank E. Chesser 

Tulia First National Bank J. C. La Prade 

Tulia Tulia Bank & Trust Co W. W. Underwood. 

Turkey Turkey State Bank J. H. Fry 

Turnersville First State Bank T. Boone 

Tuscola First State Bauk C. M. McCullough. 

Tyler Citizens National Bank P. J. D. Patterson. 

Tyler Guaranty State Bank J- D. Shelton 

Tyler Jester Guaranty .State Bank W. H. Chitwood... 

Tyler State Bank <fc Trust Co G. C. Ingraham 100,000 

Uvalde Commercial National Bank J. W. Vanham 100,000 

Uvalde First State Bank L. H. Barnhill 

Uvalde Uvalde National Bank F. J. Rheiner 

V alley Mills Citizens State Rank '. -.P. A. Nollin 

"Valley Mills First National Bank E. L. Nobje 

Vallev View First National Bank P- O. Newton 

Van Alstyne Continental State Bank L- A. Cart-wright. 

Van Alstyne First National Bank E. Umphress 

Van Horn State Bank R- E. Silliman 

Vega First State Bank A. P. Selsor 

Velasco Velasco State Bank W. O. Hudgins... 

Venus Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. P. Fielder 

Venus First National Bank I' L. Shackelford. 

Vera First State Bank G. T. Burnett 

Vernon Farmers State Bank P. L. Massie 

Vernon First Guaranty State Bank ...C. L. Gre»n 

Vernon Herring National Bank .'. ..C. C. Morris 

Vernon Waggoner National Bank C. E. Basham.... 

Victoria Farmers' & Merchants' Bank F. B. Lander 

Victoria Levi Bank & Trust Co P- A. Murray 2 2°.0O0 

Victoria . .- Victoria National Bank V. S. Buhler 500,000 

Waco Central Texas Exchange Bauk W. W. Woodson iWi.iiim 

•Waco Citizens National Bank :.., L. B. Black 260,000 



200,000 

20,000 

100,000 

100,000 

100.000 

100,000 

200.000 

200,000 

200,000 

250.000 

200,000 

25.000 

15,000 

100,000 

50,000 
30,000 
15,000 
50,000 
15.000 
50,000 
40,000 
25 000 
25,000 
20,000 
10,000 
10,000 
40,000 
10,000 
10,000 
40,000 
40,000 
80,000 
25,000 
10.000 

10,000 

50,666 

50,000 
10,000 
15.000 
10,000 
400,000 
200,000 
50,000 



30,000 
125,000 
30,000 
30.000 
25.000 
25.000 
50,000 
15,000 
10,000 
10,000 
25000 
25,000 

111 mm 
40,000 
50,000 

7 r .. i 

50,000 



80 Banks and Bankers R. L. POLK & GO'S (1914) Banks and Banker. 

BANK AND BANKERS— Cont'd. 

Town. . Name of Bank. Cashier. Capital. 

Waco Farmers & Merchants State Bank M. K. Hulsey 100,000 

Waco First National Bank G. S. McGhee OOo.OOO 

Waco First State Bank W. L. Edmond 200,000 

Waco National City Bank J. D. Mayfield ■ 100.000 

Waco Provident National Bank W. T. Clifton 300,000 

Waco Waco Savings Bank W. W, Seley 25,000 

Waco Waco State Bank M. A. Sullivan 100 000 

Waelder Farmers State Bank S. H. Vaughan 35,000 

Walburg Walburg State Bank A. W. Speckels 15,000 

Waller German-American Bank • 

Wallis Wallis State Bank O. It. Prouty... 30,000 

Walnut Springs First Guaranty State Bank L. R. Whitley 25,000 

Walnut Springs Texas State Bank B. B. Seale 10,000 

Waxahachie Citizens National Bank R. W. Getzendaner 300,000 

Waxahachie Guaranty State Bank G. C. Waggoner 15.000 

Waxahachie State Bank & Trust Co J. E. Coleman \ 60,000 

Waxahachie Waxahachie National Bank L. Las well 300,000 

Weatherford Citizens National Bank J. O. Tucker 125.000 

Weatherford First National Bank R. W. Davis 100.000 

Weatherford First State Bank S. Wright 125,000 

Weatherford .Merchants & Farmers State Bank L. W. Tucker 100,000 

Webster Webster State Bank A. J. Elliott 10,000 

Weimar First State Bank W. .F Miller 50.000 

Weimar Hill P. A. State Bank R. L. Williams 40,000 

Weinert Weinert State Bank A. R. Couch 10.000 

Weir Weir State Bank L. L. Hudson 15.000 

Weldon First Guar. State Bank W. C. Page 10,000 

Wellington City National Bank H. D. Creath 50,000 

Wellington First National Bank C. J. Glenn 25.000 

Wellington State Bank H. C. Wells 50,000 

Wells Guaranty State Bank C. A. Fortney 10,000 

West First State Bank J. W. Boggess 22,000 

West National Bank G. D. Crow 50,000 

West West Bank J. A. West 50.000 

Westhoff First State Bank L. A. Walker 25,000 

Westminstei First State Bank J. M. Kirby 10.000 

Weston Guaranty State Bank T. B. Williams 10,000 

West Point Bank of West Point L. G. Thornton 

Wharton Wharton Bank & Trust Co B. C. Roberts 50,000 

Wharton Wharton National Bank B. R. Taylor 30.000 

Wheeler Citizens State Bank D. E. Holt 10.000 

Whitehouse Guaranty State Bank S. S. Stone 10.000 

Whitesboro City Bank T. A. Keys 

Whitesboro First National Bank S. B. Cowell 50.000 

Whitewright First National Bank R. H. May 100.000 

Whitewright Planters National Bank G. Hamilton 100.000 

Whitney Citizens National Bank R. C. Fcagin 50,000 

Whitney First National A. D. Rhea 50.000 

Whitt Bank of Whitt E. N, Miller 

Wichita FaBs City National Bank C. W. Snider 200, 

Wichita Falls First National Bank W. M. McGregor 100,000 

Wichita Fajls First State Bank T. J. Taylor 75.000 

Wichita Pajls Wichita State Bank W. W. Gardner 50,000 

Wildorado State Bank Paul Gerdes 10,000 

Willis Willis State Bank S. N. Beard, Jr 10,000 

Wills Point First National Bank W. R. HoweR 50,000 

Wills Point First State Bank O. C. Bruce 50,000 

Wills. Point Van Zandt Co. National Bank S. Starner 50,000 

Wilmer White Banking Co 

Winchester State Bank S. F. Drake 10,000 

Windoni First State Bank F. J. Underwood 25.000 

Winfield First National Bank J. W. Barrett 40. 000 

Winfield Winfield State Bank O. W. Caudle 20,000 

Winnie Farmers & Merchants State Bank B. S. Lee 10,000 

Winnsboro Exchange State Bank S. M. Woodard 30,000 

Winnsboro .First National Bank W. B. Sellers 100,000 

Winnsboro Merchants & Blanters State Bank A. Morris 30,000 

Winona Winona State Bank J. F. McClung 20,000 

Winters Farmers <fc Merchants State Bank F. W. Merrick 30.000 

Winters Winters State Bank J. Q. McAdams 50,000 

Wolfe City Citizens National Bank L. V. Myrick 50,000 

Wolfe City National Bank Ula. Bush 100,000 

Woodsboro Bank of Refugio 

Woodson Woodson State Bank J. S. Alexander 10,000 

Woodville Tyler County Bank E. A. Dismuke 10.000 

Wortham First National Bank ' T. B. Poindexter 30.000 

Wortham First State Bank A. W. Bolton 15,000 

Wvlie. I First National Bank V. B. Gallegher 25.000 

Wylie First State Bank S. M. McDonald 

Yantis Yantis State Bank W. M, Craddock 20,000 

Yoakum Yoakum National Bank E. A. Palmer 100,000 

Yoakum Yoakum Slate Bank M. C. Driscoll 50,000 

Yorktown First National Bank E. P. Zincke 50,000 

Yorktown First State Bank W. C. Metz 26,000 

Zephyr First State Bank W. L. Johnston 10.000 



± 



Post Offices 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Pott Office* 



81 



POST OFFICES IN TEXAS 

Arranged Alphabetically by Counties 



By the Letters c h in Parenthesis thus (c h) County Seats are Indicated 



ANDERSON. 


Pleasanton. 


Bethel. 


Poteet. 


Brushy Creek. 


Rohde. 


Cayuga. 


Sue. 


Denmark. 


Verdi. 


Elkhart. 


AUSTIN. 


Frankston. 


Bellville (ch). 


Montalba. 


Bleiblerville. 


Neches. 


Broomtown. 


Palestine (ch). 


Cat Spring. 


Salmon. 


Ellpleasant. 


Slocum. 
Tennessee Colony. 


Industry. 
Kenney. 


Yard. • 


New Ulm. 


ANDREWS. 


Orange Hill. 


Andrews. 


Peters. 


Florey. 


San Felipe. 


Logsdon. 


Sealy. 


Shatter Lake. 


Wallis. 


ANGELINA. 


Welcome. 


Baber. 


BAILEY. 


Burke. 


Hurley. 


Clawson. 


Janes. 


Davisville. 


BANDERA. 


Diboll. 

Dunkin. 

Durant. 


Bandera (ch). 

Bluff. 

Lima. 


Homer. 

Huntington. / 

Keltys. 

Lufkin (ch). 


Medina. 
Pipecreek. 
Tarpley. 
Tuff. 


Manning. 
Manton. 


Vanderpool. 


Pollok. 


BASTROP. 


Zavalla. 


Bastrop (ch). 


ARANSAS. 


Calvin. 




Cedar Creek. 


Estes. 


Elgin. 


Lamar. 
Rockport (ch). 


Hills Prairie. 
Jeddo. 


ARCHER. 


Kovar. 


Anarene. 


McDade. 


Archer City (ch). 


Paige. 


Dundee. 


Phelan. 


Holliday. 


Red Rock. 


Mankins. 


Rosanky. 


Megargel. 


Sand. 


Scotland. 


Sayersville. 


Westfork. 


Smithville. 


Windthorst. 


String Prairie. 


ARMSTRONG. 


Upton. 


Claude (ch). 
Goodnight. 


Utley. 
Yewpon. 


Hughlett. 


BAYLOR. 


Palodurc. 


Bornarton. 


Washburn. 


Mabelje. 


Wayside. 


Red Springs. 


ATASCOSA. 


Round Timber. 


Amphion. 
Anchorage. 


Seymour (ch). 
Westover. 


Benton. 


BEE. 


Campbejlton. 


Becville (ch). 


Charlotte. 


Blanconia. 


Christine. 


Cadiz. 


Coughran. 


Caesar. 


Crown. 


Candlish. 


Ditto. 


Clareville. 


Hindes. 


Mineral. 


Jourdanton (ch). 


Monteola. 


Lammburg. 


Normanna. 


Leming. 


Papalote. 


Lytle. 


Pettus. 



Skidmore. 

Tuleta. 

Tynan. 

BELL. 

Belton (ch). 

Bland. 

Heidenheimer. 

Holland. 

Killeen. 

Little River. 

Maxdale. 

Moffat. 

Nolanville. 

Oenaville. 

Pendleton. 

Prairie Dell. 

Rogers. 

Salado. 

Sparta. 

Temple. 

Troy. 

Youngsport. 

BEXAR. 

Adkins. 

Atascosa. 

Bulverde. 

Converse. 

Elmendorf. 

Fort Sam Houston. 

Helotes. 

Kirby. 

Leon Springs. 

Lochridge. 

Macdona. 

Saint. Hedwig. 

San Antonio (ch). 

San Jose. 

Sayers. 

Southton. 

Thelma. 

Van Raub. 

Van Ormy. 

Wetmore. 

BLANCO. 
Blanco. 
Blowout. 
Cvpress Mill. 
Hye. 

Johnson City (ch). 
Round Mountain. 
Sandy. 
Twin Sisters. 

BORDEN. 
Durham. 
Gail (ch). 
Tredway. 

BOSQUE. 
Clifton. 
Cranfills Gap. 
Fowler. 
Greenock. 
Iredell. 
Kopperl. 
Meridian (ch). 
Morgan. 
Mcsheim. 
Norse. 
Roswell. 
Valley Mills. 
Walnut Springs. 



BOWIE. 

Bassett. 

Boston (ch). 

Brownstown. 

Carbondaje. 

Corley. 

Dalby Springs. 

De Kalb. 

Hooks. 

Leary. 

Malta. 

Maud. 

Nash. 

New Boston. 

Oak Grove. 

Red water. 

Simms. 

Texarkana. 

Wamba. 

BRAZORIA. 
Alvin. 
Anchor. 
Angleton (ch). 
Bonney. 
Brazoria. 
I Chenango, 
j Chocolate Bayou. 
Columbia. 
'Damon. 
;Danbury. 
'Freeport. 
IHasima. 
I Liverpool. 
McBeth. 
Manvel. 
Otey. 
Pearland. 
Perry Landing. 
Quintana. 
Rosbaron. 
San Bernardo. 
Sandy Point. 
Sweeny. 
Velasco. 

jWest Columbia. 
BRAZOS. 
Allenfarm. 
iBryan (ch). 
jCawthon. 
{College Station. 
jDinkins. 
Edge. 
Harvey. 
Kurten. 
Millican. 
Rosprim. 
Steeles Store. 
Stone City. 
Tabor. 
Wellborn. 
Zack. 

BREWSTER. 
Alpine (ch). 
Haymond. 
McKinney Springs. 
Marathon. 
Terlingua. 
Tesnus. 

BRISCOE. 
Beverly. 
Gasoliue. 
Quitaqup. 
Silverton (ch). 



BROOKS. 

Falfurrias (ch). 

Flowella. 

BROWN. 

Bangs. 

Blake. 

Blanket. 

Brookesmith. 

Brownwood (ch). 

Byrds. 

Cross Cut. 

Grosvenor. 

Holder. 

Hut son. 

Indian Creek. 

May. 

Owens. 

Thrifty. 

Winchell. 

Zephyr. 

BURLESON. 

Caldwell (ch). 

Chriesman. 

Clay. 

Deanville. 

Grant. 

Gus. 

Lyons. 

Merle. 

Myers. 

Pitt Bridge. 

Snook. 

Somerville. 

Whittaker. 
I Wilcox. 

BURNET. 

Bertram. 
JBriggs. 
,Burnet (ch). 
iFairland. 
!Lake Victor. 

Mahomet. 

Marble Falls. 

Oakalla. 
: Smith wick. 
jSpicewood. 

CALDWELL. 
(Dale. 

Delhi. 

Fentress. 

Lockhart (ch). 

Luling. 

Lytfon Springs. 

McMahan. 

Martindale. 

Maxwell. 

Prairie Lea. 

Reedville. 

CALHOUN. 

Alamo Beach. 

Green Lake. 

Kamey. 
Il.ong Mott. 

Magnolia Beach. 

Olivia. 

IPort Lavaca (ch). 

iPort O'Connor. 

ISeadrift. 

CALLAHAN. 

Admiral. 

Atwell. 
|Baird (ch). 



82 



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Post Offices 



CALLAHAN— Cont'd. 
Chautauqua. 
Clyde. 

Cottonwood. 
Cross Plains. 
Oplin. 
Pueblo. 
Putnam. 
Rowden. 

CAMERON. 
Brownsville (ch). 
Combes. 
Harlingen. 
Isabel. 
La Feria. 
La Paloma. 
Los Indios. 
Lyford. 
Olmito. 
Raymondville 
Rio Hondo. 
San Benito. 
Santa Maria. 
Sauz. 
Sebastian. 

CAMP. 

Leesburg. 
Matinburg. 
Newsorae. 
Pine. 
Pittsburg (ch). 

CARSON. 
Conway. 
Groom. 
Lark. 

Panhandle (ch). 
White Deer. 

CASS. 
Atlanta. 
Avinger. 
Bivins. 
Bloomburg. 
Bryans Mill. 
Cass. „ 

Cusseta. 
Douglassville. 
Hughes Springs. 
Kildnre. 
Lanier. 
Linden (ch). 
Marietta. 
Queen City. 
Spring-dale. 

CASTRO. 
Bigsnuare. 
Dimmitt (ch). 
Hart. 
Nazareth. 
Summerfield. 

CHAMBERS. 
Anahuac (ch). 
Cove. ■ 

Double Bayou. 
Eagle. 
Glen 

Graydon. 
Hanknmer. 
Mont Belvieu. 
Smith Point. 
Stowell. 
Turtle Bayou. 
Wallisville. 
Winfree. 
Winnie. 

CHEROKEE. 
Alto. 
Craft. 
Dialvllle. 
Forest. 
Gallatin. 
Gould. 
Ironton. 



Jacksonville. 

Lone Star. 

Maydelle. 

Morrill. 

Mount Selman. 

Pouta. 

Reese. 

Reklaw. 

Rusk (ch). 

Turney. 

Wells. 

CHILDRESS. 
Arlie. 
Carey. 

Childress (ch). 
Kirkjand. 
Tell. 

CLAY. 
Bellevue. 
Bluegrove. 
Buffalo Springs. 
Byers. 
Charlie. 
Halsell. 

Henrietta (ch). 
Jolly. 
Joy. 

Newport. 
Petrolia. 
Prospect. 
Shannon. 
Vashti. 

COKE. 

Bronte. 

Divide. 

Edith. 

Fort Chadbourne. 

Hayrick. 

Robert Lee (ch). 

Sanco 

Silver. 

Tennyson. 

COLEMAN. 
Burkett. 
Coleman (ch). 
Fisk. 

Glen Cove. 
Goldsboro. 
Gouldbusk. 
Leaday. 
Novice. 
Rockwood. 
Santa Anna. 
Silver Valley. 
Talpa. 
Trickham. 
Val era. 
Voss. 
Whon. 

COLLIN. 
Allen. 

Altoga. 

Anna. 

Blue Ridge. 

Celina. 

Clearlake. 

Copeville. 

Farmersville. 

Frisco. 

Josephine. 

Lavon. 

McKinney (ch). 

Melissa. 

Murphy. 

Nevada. 

Piano. 

Princeton. 

Prosper. 

Renner. 

Westminster. 

Weston. 

Wylie. 



COLLINGS- 
WORTH. 
Abra. 
Aberdeen. 
Dodsonville. 
Dozier. 
Plymouth. 
Quail. 
Wellington (ch). 

COLORADO. 
Alleyton. 
Altair. 
Bernardo. 
Calhoun. 
Cheetham. 
Chesterville. 
Columbus (ch). 
Eagle Lake. 
Eldridge. 
Garwood. 
Glidden. 
Nada. 
Oakland. 
Provident City. 
Rock Island. 
Sheridan. 
Shimek. 
Weimar. 

COMAL. 
Bracken. 
Cranes Mill. 
Fischer Store. 
Hunter. 

New Braunfels (ch). 
Sattler. 

Smithsons Valley. 
Spring Branch. 

COMANCHE. 
Comanche (ch). 
Comyn. 
Do Leon. 
Democrat. 
Duster. 
Energy. 
Gap. 
Gustine. 
Hasse. 
Lam kin. 
Proctor. 
Rucker. 
Sidney. 
Sipe Springs. 

CONCHO. 
Concho. 
Eden. 
Eola. 
Lightner. 
Lowake. 
Millersview. 
Paint Rock (ch). 
Pasche. 
Ruth. 
Welview. 

COOKE. 
Dexter. 
Era. 

Gainesville (ch). 
Leo. 

Lindsay. 
Marysville. 
Mossvijle. 
Muenster. 
Myra. 
Rosston. 
Sivells Bend. 
Valley View. 
Woodbine, 

CORYELL. 
Amos. 
Bee House. 
Copperas Cove. 
Coryell. 
Evant. 
Flat. 



Gatesville (cli). 

Ireland. 

Jonesboro. 

King. 

Leon Junction. 

Levita. 

Mound. 

Oglesby. 

Osage. 

Pearl. 

Pidcoke. 

Purmela. 

Seattle. 

Slater. 

Tama. 

The Grove. 

Topsey. 

Turnersville. 

COTTLE. 
Chalk. 
Coleyville. 
Duuiap. 
Ginsite. 
Lazare. 
Ogden. 

Paducah (ch). 
Sneedville. 
Swearingen. 

CRANE. 
Stilwell. 

CROCKETT. 
Ozona (ch). 

CROSBY. 
Cone. 

Ciosbyton (ch). 
Estacado. 
Lorenzo. 
Mount Blanco. 
Ralls. 
Wake. 

CULBERSON. 
Daugherty. 
Kent. 
Lobo. 
Plateau. 
Van Horn (ch). 

DALLAM. 
Conlen. 
Corlena. 
Dalhart (ch). 
Perico. 
Texline. 
Ware. 

DALLAS. 
Addison. 
Carrollton. 
Cedar Hill. 
Cement. 
Coppell. 
Dallas (ch). 
Dal worth Park. 
Duncanville. 
Eagle Ford. 
Farmers Branch. 
Garland. 
Gates. 

Grand Prairie. 
Iliitchins. 
Irving. 
Kleburg. 
Lancaster. 
Mesouite. 
(Oak Cliff). 
Orphans Home. 
Reinhardt. 
Richardson. 
Row left. 
Rylie. 
Sachse. 
Seagoville. 
Trinity Mills. 
Vickery. 
Wilmer. 



DAWSON. 
Lamesa (ch). 
Lou. 
Michies. 
Pride. 
Sparenberg. 

DEAF SMITH. 
Hereford (ch). 

DELTA. 
Ben Franklin. 
Charleston. 
Cooper (ch). 
Enjoe. 
Klondike. 
Lake Creek. 
Pecan Gap. 
Yowell. 

DENTON. 
Argyle. 
Aubrey. 
Carney Spur. 
Corinth. 
Denton (ch). 
Garza. 
Hebron. 
Justin. 
Krum. 
Lewisville. 
Little Elm. 
Pilot Point. 
Ponder. 
Roanoke. 
Sanger. 
Stony. 

DEWITT. 
Arneckeville. 
Cuero (ch). 
Davj. 
Edgar. 
Hochheim. 
Meyersville. 
Nopal. 
Nordheim. 
Thomaston. 
Westhoff. 
Yoakum. 
Yorktown. 

DICKENS. 
Afton. 

Dickens (ch). 
Diaper. 
Gilpin. 
Spur. 

DIMMIT. 
Asherton. 
Bermuda. 
Bigwells. 
Brundage. 

Carrizo Springs (ch). 
Catarina. 
Dentonio. 
Las Vegas. 
Palm. 
Vallev Wells. 

DONLEY. 
Clarendon (ch). 
Giles. 
Hedlsy. 
Jericho. 
Lelia Lake. 
Navlor. 

DUVAL. 
Benavides. 
Conccpcion. 
Copita. 
Crestoniu. 
Dubose. 
Guajillo. 
Mazatlan. 
Ramirez. 
Realitos. 
San Diego (ch). 
Santa Cruz. 
Shacffer. 
Sweden. 



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EASTLAND. 
Carbon. 
Cisco 

Desdemona. 
Dothan. 
Eastland (ch). 
Gorman. 
Mangutn. 
Nimrod. 
Okra. 
Pioneer. 
Ranger. 
Rising Star. 
Romney. 
Sabanno. 
Scranton. 

ECTOR. 
Judkins. 
Odessa (ch). 

EDWARDS. 
Barksdale. 
Carta Valley. 
Hackberry. 
Henze. 
Rocksprings (ch). 

ELLIS. 
Alma. 
Alsdorf. 
Bard well. 
Boyce. 
Britton. 
Crisp. 
Enms. 
Ferris. 
Forreston. 
Garrett. 
Italy. 
Maypearl. 
Midlothian. 
Milford. 
Palmer. 
Red Oak. 
Sterrett. 
Trumbull. 
Waxahachie (ch). 
EL PASO. 
Abies. 
Allamoore. 
Altura. 
Belen. 
Canutillo. 
Clint. 

■El Paso (ch). 
Fabens. 
Finlay. 
Fort Bliss 
Fort Hancock, 
Hot Wells. 
Iscr. 

San Elizario. 
Sierra Rlanca. 
Socorro. 
Vinton. 
Ysleta. 

ERATH. 
Alexander. 
Bluff IXxle. 
Chalk Mountain. 
Olairette. 
Dublin. 
Dulfau. 
Harbin. 
Huckabay. • 
Johnsville. 
Lingleville. 
Morgan Mill. 
Sisk. 

Stephenville (ch). 
Thurber. 



Chilton. 
Denny. 
Eloise. 
Guda. 



FALLS. 



Highbauk. 

Lott. 

Marlin (ch). 

Otto. 

Perry. 

Reagan. 

Rosebud. 

Travis. 

FANNIN. 
Bailey. 

Bonham (ch). 
Dodd City. 
Ector. 
Gober. 

Honey Grove. 
Hudsonville. 
Ivanhoe. 
Ladonia. 
Lamasco. 
Leonard. 
Monkstown. 
Randolph. 
Ravenna. 
Savoy. 
Telephone. 
Trenton. 
Windom. 

FAYETTE. 
Carmine. 
Cistern. 
Ellinger. 
Engle. 

Fayetteville. 
Flatonia. 
Lagrange (ch). 
Ledbetter. 
Muldoon. 
Nechanitz. 
Oldenburg.' 
Plum. 
Primm. 
Round Top. 
Rutersville. 
Sohulenburg. 
Waldeck. 
Warda. 
Wanenton. 
West point. 
Winchester. 

FISHER. 
Adair. 

Claytonville. 
Dorras. 
Eskota. 
Hobbs. 
Longworth. 
McCaulley. 
North Roby. 
Roby (ch). 
Roton. 
Royston. 
Sylvester. 

FLOYD. 
Curlew. 
Floydarla (ch). 
Leckney. 
Vlickey. 

FOARD. 
Crowell (ch). 
Foard City. 
Margaret. 
Raylaud. 
Thalia. 
Viv:rn. 

FORT. BEND. 
Areola. 
Beasley. 
Booth. 
Clodine. 
Dewalt. 
Duke. 
Fairchilds. 
Foster. 
Fresno. 



Fulshear. 

Gaston. 

Guy. 

Hansen. 

House. 

Kendleton. 

Missouri City. 

Needville. 

Orchard. 

Richmond (ch). 

Rosenberg. 

Sartartia. 

Simonton. 

Smada. 

Stafford. 

Sugar Land. 

Tavener. 

Thompsons. 

FRANKLIN. 
Hagansport. 
Mount Vernon (ch). 
Scroggins. 

FREESTONE. 
Butler. 
Donie. 

Fairfield (ch). 
Freestone. 
Kirvin. 
Street man. 
Teague. 
Turlington. 
Wortham. 
Young. 

FRIO. 
Bigfoot. 
Derbv. 
Dilley. 
Divot. 
Frio Town. 
Melon. 
Miguel. 
Moore. 
Pearsall (ch). 

GAINES. 
Blythe. 
Eclipse. 
Loop. 
Parkinson. 
Seminole (ch). 

GALVESTON. 
Algoa. 
Alta Loma. 
Arcadia. 
Caplen. 
Dickinson. 
Friendswood. 
Galveston (ch). 
High Island. 
Hitchcock. 
Kemah. 
Lamarque. 
League City. 
Military. 
Port Bolivar. 
San Leon. 
Texas City. 

GARZA, 
lusticeburg. 
Post (ch). 

GILLESPIE. 
Albert. 
Doss-. 
Eckert. 

Fredericksburg (ch). 
Gold. 
Harper. 
Lange. 
Luckenbach. 
Morris Ranch. 
Stonewall. 
Willow City. 

GLASSCOCK. 
Garden f^ity (ch). 
Konohassett. 
Lees. 



GOLIAD. 
Ander. 
Borclair. 
Charco. 
Cologne. 
Fannin. 
Germantown. 
Goliad (ch). 
Sarco Creek. 
Weesatche. 
WQser. 

GONZALES. 
Bebe. 

Belmont. 

Cheapside. 

Cost. 

Dewville. 

Dilworth. 

Gonzales (ch). 

Hamon. 

Harwood. 

Hickston. 

Leesville. 

Mauri n. 

Monthalia. 

N'ixon. 

Oak Forest. 

Ottine. 

Filgrim. 

Sample. 

Saturn. 

Slayden. 

Smiley. 

Waelder. 

Wright sboro. 

GRAY. 
Alanreed. 
Boydston. 
Lefors (ch). 
McLean. 
North fork. 
Pampa. 

GRAYSON. 
Ambrose. 
Bells. 

Collinsville. 
Denison. 
Dorchester. 
Gordonville. 
Gunter. 
Hagerman. 
Howe. 

Kentucky Town. 
Luella. 
Pottsboro. 
Preston. 
Sadler. 

Sherman (ch). 
Southmayd. 
Tioga. 
Tom Bean. 
Van Alstyne. • 
Whitesboro. 
Whitewright. 

GREGG. 
Elderville. 
Gladewater. 
Kilgore. 
Longview (ch). 

GRIMES. 
Anderson (ch). 
F;c dias. 
Carlos. 
Courtney. 
Cross. 
Erwin. 
Iola. 
Keith.. 
Mesa. 
Navasota. 
Xordiu ood. 
Piedmont. 
Plantersville. 
Richards. 



Roans Prairie. 

Shiro. 

Singleton. 

Stoncham. 

Todd. 

Yarboro. 

GUADALUPE. 
Cibolo. 
Galle. 
Geronimo. 
Kingsbury. 
McQueeuey. 
Marion. 
Schertz. 
Seguin (ch). 
Staples. 

HALE. 

Abernathy. 
Bartonsite. 
Ellen. 

Hale Center. 
Petersburg. 
Plainview (ch). 
Running Water. 
HALL. 
Brice. 
Eli. 

Estelline. i 

Hulver. 
Lakeviev . 
Lesley. > 

Memphis (ch)- 
Newlin. 
Parnell. 
fTurkey. 

HAMILTON. 
Carlton. 
Fairy. 

Hamilton (ch). 
Hico. 

Indian Gap. 
.McGirk. 
Ohio. 
Pottsville. 
Slave. 

HANSFORD. 
Hansford (ch). 
Lucern. 
Mulock. 
Zulu. 

HARDEMAN. 
Acme. 
Chillicothe. 
GooOIett. 
Medicine Mound. 
Quanah (ch). 

HARDIN. 
Batson. 
Budconnor. 
Dearborn. 
Grayburg. 
Honey Island. 
Kountze (ch). 
Lumberton. 
Nona. 
Olive. 
Saratoga. 
Silsbee. 
Sour'.ake. 
Thicket. 
Village Mills. 
Votaw. 
Woodrow. 

HARRIS. 
Addicks. 
Aldine. 
Alief. 
Almeda. 
Barker. 
Bellaire. 
Cedar Bayou. 
Crosby. 
Cypress. 



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HARRIS— Cont'd. 
Deep water. 
Deerpark. 
Dyersdale. 

East Houston. 

Elena. 

Fairbanks. 

Genoa. 

Goose Creek. 

Harrisburg. 

Hockley. 

Houston (ch). 

Houston Heights. 

Huffman. 

Hufsmith. 

Humble. 

Katy. 

La Porte. 

Louetta. 

Lynchburg. 

Mount Houston. 

Mykawa. 

North Houston. 

Pasadena. 

Rosslyn. 

Satsuma. 

Seabrook. 

Sheldon. 

South Houston. 

Spring. 

Tomball. 

Webster. 

Westfieid. 

HARRISON. 

Baldwin. 

Blocker. 

Elysian Fields. 

Hallsville. 

Harleton. 

Jonesville. 

Karnack. 
Leigh. 

Marshall (ch). 

Scottsville. 

Waskom. 

Woodlawn. 

HARTLEY. 
Channing (ch). 
Hartley. 
Middle Water. 
Romero. 

HASKELL. 
Ample. 
HaskelJ (ch). 
Jud. 
Na'oors. 
O'Brien. 
Rochester. 
Rule. 
S?.gerton. 
Vontress. 
Weinert. 

HAYS. 
Buda. 
Driftwood. 
Dripping Springs. 
Henly. 
Kyle. 

Mount Sharp. 
San Marcos (ch). 
Wimberly. 

HEMPHILL. 
Canadian (ch). 
Gageby. 
Gem. 
Glazier. 
Mendota. 
Washita. 

HENDERSON. 
Athens (ch). 
Brownsboro. 
Chandler. 
Eustace. 
Larue. 



Post Offices 



Malakoff. 

Murchison. 

Opelika. 

Pauline. 

Poyner. 

Stockard. 

Trinidad. 

HIDALGO. 
Abram. 
Alton. 
Beatriz. 
Cipres. 
Delfina. 
Donna. 
Edinburg (ch). 

Hidalgo. 

Llano Grande. 

Los Ebanos. 

McAllen. 

Mercedes. 

Mission. 

Monte Christo. 

Panchita. 

Penitas. 

Pharr. 

Progreso. 

Relampago. 

Run. 

Samfordyce. 

San Juan. 

HILL. 

Abbott. 

Aquilla. 

Birome. 

Blum. 

Brandon. 

Bynum. 

Covington. 

Hillsboro (ch). 

Hubbard. 

Irene. 

Itasca. 

M alone. 

Mertens. 

Mount Calm. 

Osceola. 

Penelope. 

Waliing. 

Whitney. 

HOOD. 
Cresson. 
Fort Spunky. 
Granbury (ch). 
Lipan. 
>'ambrino. 
Neri. 
Paluxy: 
Thorp Spring. 
Tolar. 

HOPKINS. 
Arbala. 
(Beckham). 
Birthright. 
Brashear. 
Como. 
Cumby. 
Dike. 

Miller Grove. 
Peerless. 
Pickton. 
Reilly Springs. 
Ridgeway. 
Saliijlo. 
Sulphur Bluff. 
Sulphur Springs (ch). 
Tira. 
Weaver. 

HOUSTON. 
-\ugusta. 
C'reath. 
Creek. 

Crockett (ch). 
Cut. 
Druso. 



Fodice. 

G rapt-land. 

Holly. 

Kennard. 

Latexo. 

Lovelady. 

Lundy. 

Percilla. 

Ratcliff. 

Tadmor. 

Vistula. 

Volga. 

Weches. 

Weldon. 

HOWARD. 
Big Spring (ch). 
Coahoma. 
Knott. 
Luther. 
Morris. 
Soash. 
Vincent. 

HUNT. 
Burrow. 
Caddo Mills. 
Campbell. 
Cash. 
Celeste. 
Clinton. 
Commerce. 
Dixon. 
Fairlie. 
Floyd. 

Greenville (ch). 
Kingston. 
Lone Oak. 
Merit. 
Neyland. 
Xe viand ville. 
Peniel. 
Quinlan. 
Wolfe City. 

HUTCHINSON. 
Adobe Walls. 
Alhambra. 
Alpha. 
Isom. 
Jeffrv. 
Lieb. 

Peacevale. 
Plemons (ch). 

IRION. 
Arden. 
Barnhart. 
Mertzon. 
Sherwood (ch): 

JACK. 
Antelope. 
Brvson. 
Cundiff. 
Finis. 
Gibtown. 
Jacksboro (ch). 
Jermyn. 
Joplin. 
Perrin. 
Postoak. 
Sebree. 
Vineyard. 

JACKSON. 
Caraneahua. 
Cordele. 
Edna (ch). 
Francitas. • 
Ganado. 
La Ward. 
Lolita. 
Morales. 
N:n idnd. 
Redbluff. 
Vanderbilt. 



JASPF.lt. 
Akiridge. 
Beech Grove. 
Bessmay. 
Browndel. 
Buna. 

Bunker Hill. 
Call Junction. 
Dryburg. 
Erin. 
Evadale. 
Gist. 
Horger. 
Jasper (ch). 
Kirbyville. 
Magnolia Springs. 
Remlig. 
Hoganvilje. 
Turpentine. 

JFFF DAVIS. 
Casey. 

Fort Davis (ch). 
Limpia. 
Valentine. 

JEFFERSON. 
Beaumont (ch). 
Cheek. 
China. 
Fannett. 
Guffey. 
Hamshire. 
Labelle. 
Nederland. 
Nome. 

Port Arthur. 
Pert Neches. 
Sabine. 
Sabine Pass. 
Voth. 

JIM HOGG. 
Agua Neuva. 
Altavista. 
Cuevita. 
Guerras. 
Hebbrom ill e. 
Randatio. 

JIM WELLS. 
Alfred. 
Alice (ch). 
Ben Bolt. 
Bentonville. 
Casablanca. 
Eva. 

La Gloria. 
Orange Grove. 
Preiuont. 
Sandia. 
Springfield. 

JOHXSOX. 
Alvarado. 
Bono. 
Burleson. 
Cleburne (eh). 
Egan. 
Godley. 
Grand View. 
Joshua. 
Keene. 
Lillian. 
Parker. 
Riovista. 
Venus. 

JOXFS. 
Anson (ch).- 
Avoca. 
Golan. 
I larnlin. 
Flaw Icy. 

Lueders. 

Noodle. 
Nugent 
Stamford. 

Tuxedo. 



KARNES. 

Cestohowa. 
Falls City. 
Gillett 

Green. 

Helena. 

Hobson. 

Karnes City (ch). 

Kenedy. 

Panna Maria. 

Runge. 

KAUFMAN. 

Cobb. 

Crandall, 

Elmo. 

Forney. 

Gossett. 

Jiba. 

Kaufman (ch). 

Kemp. 

Lawrence. 

Mabank. 

Prairieville. 

Rosser. 

Scurry. 

Terrell. 

Tona. 

KEXDALL. 
Herpheim. 
Boerne (ch). 
Comfort. 
Kcndalia. 
Sislerdale. 
Waring. 
Welfare. 

KENT. 
Clairemont (ch). 
Girard. 
Jayton. 
-uzon. 
Polar. 

KERR. 
Camp Verde. 
Center Point. 
Hunt. 
Ingram. 
Kerrville (ch). 
Mountain Home. 
Pebble. 

KIMBLE. 
Junction (ch). 
London. 
NoxviUo. 
Roosevelt. 
Segovia. 
Telegraph. 
Yates 

KING. 
Dumont. 
Grace. 
Grow. 
Guthrie (ch). 

KINNEY. 
Brackettville (ch). 
Spofford. 
Standart. 
Tularosa. 

KLEBERG. 
KingBville (eh). 
Rlcardo. 
Riviera. 

KNOX. 
Benjamin (ch). 
Gilliland, 
Qoree. 

Knox City 

Munday. 

Rhineland. 

Truscotl. 

Vera. 

LAMAR. 
Arthur city. 
Atlas. 



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Biardstown. 

Blossom. 

Brookston. 

Caviness. 

Chieota. 

Cunningham. 

Deport. 

Direct. 

Glory. 

High. 

Howland.* 

Maxey. 

Medill. 

Minter. 

Paris (ch). 

Pattonville. 

Petty. 

Powderly. 

Razor. 

Roxton. 

Sumner. 

LAMB. 
Littlefield. 
Olton (ch). 
Springlake. 

LAMPASAS. 
Adamsville. 
Chadwick. 
Grundyville. 
Izoro. 
Kempner. 
Lampasas (ch). 
Lometa. 
Moline. 
Ogle. 

LASALLE. 
Artesia. 
Artesia Wells. 
Cotulla (ch). 
Encinal. ' 
Fowlerton. 
Gardendale. 
Millelt. 
Woodward. 

LAVACA. 
Branon. 
Ezzell. 

Hallcttsville (ch). 
Moulton. 
Seclusion. 
Shiner. 
Sublime. 
Sweet Home. 
Vienna. 

LEE. 
Dime Box. 
Gidriings (ch). 
Hicks. 
Lexington. 
Lincoln. 
Manheim. 
Northrup. 
Tanglewood. 

LEON. 
Buffalo. 

Centerville (ch). 
Concord. 
Dickey. 
Eunice. 
Evansville. 
Flo. 
Flynn. 
Guys Store. 
Jewett. 
Keechi. 
Leona. 
Malvern. 
Marquez. 
Middleton. 
Newby. 
Nineveh. 
Nonnangee. 
Oakwood. 
Russell. 
Wealthy. 



LIBERTY. 
Big Creek. 
Clark. 
Cleveland. 
Dayton. 
Devers. 
Dolen. 
East gate. 
Excelsior. 
Fouts. 
Fuqua. 
Gladstell. 
Hightower. 
Hull. 

Lakeland. 
Liberty (ch). 
Milvid. 
Moss Bluff. 
Oakdale. 
Pelican. 
Ray burn. 
Ray wood. 
Romayor. 
Rye. 
Stilson. 

Tarkington Prairie. 
Walter. 

LIMESTONE. 
Bighill. 
Cooledge. 
Datura. 
Delia. 
Doyle. 
Farrar. 
Frosa. 

Groesbeck (ch). 
Kosse. 
Kosse. 
Mexia. 
Munger. 
Oletha. 
Personville. 
Tehuacana. 
Thornton. 

LIPSCOMB. 
Coburn. 
Higgins. 
Kiowa. 

Lipscomb (ch). 
Shadeland. 
Valley Park. 

LIVE OAK. 
Argenta. 
Clegg. 
Dinero. 

Hamiltonburg. 
Lagarto. 
Lapara. 
Mikeska. 
Oakville (ch). 
Ramirena. 
Simmons. 
Whitsett. 

LLANO. 
Babv Head. 
Bluff ton. 
Castell. 
Click. 
Esbon. 
Field Creek. 
Kingsland. 
Llano (ch). 
Lone Grove. 
Oxford. 
Pack Saddle. 
Slarkes. 
Tow. 
Valley Spring. 

LOVING. 
Porterville. 

LUBBOCK. 
Lubbock (ch). 
Shailowater. 



Slaton. 
Slide. 

LYNN. 
New Home. 
O'Donnel). 
Tahoka (ch). . 
Wilson. 

Mcculloch. 

Brady (ch). 

Broadmoor. 

Camp San Saba. 

Doole. 

Fife. 

Lohn. 

Melvin. * 

Mercury. 

Milburn. 

Nine. 

Pear Valley. 

Placid. 

Rocholle. 

Stacy. 

Tucker 

Voca. 

Waldrip. 

Whiteland. 

Mclennan. 

Axtell. 

Bruceville. 

China. Spring. 

Crawford. 

Eddy. 

Elm Molt. 

Hewitt. 

Leroy. 

Lorena. 

McGregor. 

Mart. 

Moody. 

(North Waco). 

Riesel. 

Ross. 

South Bosque. 

Speegleville. 

Waco (ch). 

West. 

Mcmullen. 

Crowther. 
Lomo Alto. 
Tilden (ch). 

MADISON. 
George. 
Jozye. 

Madisonville. 
Midway. 
North Zulch. 
Zulch. 

MARION. 
Jefferson (ch). 
Lassater. 
Lodi. 
Lodwick. 
Smithland. 
Whiteoak. 

MARTIN. 
Loyola. 
Stanton (ch). 

MASON. 
Fredonia. 
Grit. 
Hilda. 
Katemcy. 
Loyal Valley. 
Mason fch). 
Plehweville. 
Pontotoc. 
Streeter. 
Wagram. 

MATAGORDA. 
Ashby. 
Asliwood. 
Bay City (ch). 
Beadle. 



Blessing. 
Buckeye. 

Caney. 

Cedar Lake. 
Cedar Lane. 
Chalmers. 

Citrtisgrove. 

Clemville. 

Collegeport. 

Gainesmore. 

Markham. 

Matagorda. 

Midfields. 

Palacios. 

Pledger. 

Sargent. 

Simpsonville. 

Van Vleck. 

Wadsworth. 

MAVERICK. 
Eagle Pass (ch). 
Qucmado. 

MEDINA. 
Castroville. 
Cliff. 
Devine. 
D'Hanis. 
Dunlay. 
Eistone. 
Hondo (ch). 
Lacoste. 
Natalia. 
Noonan. 
Riomedina. 
Yancey. 

MENARD. 
Fort McKavett. 
Hext. 
Menard. 

MIDLAND. 
Midland (ch). 

MILAM. 
Baileyvil.le. 
Benarnolrl. 
Big Lump. 
Buckholts. 
Burlington. 
Cameron (ch). 
Davilla. 
Cause. 

Jones Prairie. 
Mnysfield. 
Milano. 
Minerva. 
Nile. 

Port Sullivan. 
Rockdale. 
San Gabriel. 
Therndale. 

MILLS. 
Antelope Gap. 
Caradan. 
Center City. 
Ebony. 

Goidthwaite (ch). 
Mullin. 
Payne. 
Priddy. 
Ratler. 
Regency. 
Ridge. 
Star. 

MITCHELL. 
Car. 

Colorado (ch). 
Cuthbert. 
Iatan. 
Loraine. 
West brook. 

MONTAGUE. 
Belcherville. 
Bonita. 



Howie. 
Forestburg. 

Fruitland. 

Hardy. 

Illinois Bend. 

Montague (ch). 

Noona. 

Ringgold. 

Saint Jo. 

Spanish Fort. 

Stoneburg. 

Sunset. 

Tage. 

MONTGOMERY. 
Bobville. 
Conroe (ch). 
Dacus. 
Dobbin. 
Esperanza. 
Fostoria. 
Hazel. 
Jackson. 
Karen. 
Keenan 
Keisler. 
Magnolia. 
Montgomery. 
Mostyn. 
New Caney. 
Pinehurst. 
Porters. 
Security. 
Splendora. 
Tamina. 
Waukegan. 
Willis. 

MOORE. 
Dumas (ch). 
Innif.n. 
Quarton. 

MORRIS. 
Cason. 

Daingerfield (ch). 
Naples. 
Omaha. 

MOTLEY. 
Flomot. 
Lyman. 
.Matador (ch). 
Northfield. 
Roaring Springs. 
Whiteflat. 

NACOGDOCHES. 
Appleby. 
Mtoyac. 
Caro. 
Chireno. 
Gushing. 
Decoy. 
Douglass. 
Etoile. 
Garrison. 
Harmony. 
Linn Flat. 
Mahl. 

Martinsville. 
Mayotown. 
Melrose. 

Nacogd.oches (ch). 
Sacul. 
Smyrna. 
Swift. 
Trawick. 
Woden. 

NAVARRO. 
Angus. 
Barry. 

Blooming Grove. 
Chatfield. 
Corbet. 

Corsicana (ch). 
Daw son. 
Emhouse. 
Eureka. 



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NAVARRO— Cont'd. 
Frost. 
Kerens. 
Navarro. 
Powell. 
Purdon. 
Rice. 
Richland. 
Roane. 
Winkler. 

NEWTON. 
Bleakwood. 
Bon Weir. 
Burkeville. 
Call. 

Deweyville. 
Farrsville. 
Hartburg. 
Jacks. 
Jamestown. 
Lees Mill. 
Mattox. 
Mayflower. 
Newton (ch). 
Toledo 
Wighton. 
Woodmyer. 

NOLAN. 
Black well. 
Decker. 
Dora. 
Hylton. 
Maryneal. 
Nolan. 
Roscoe. 

Sweet Water (ch). 
Waste) la. 

NUECES. 
Agua Dulce. 
Banquete. 
Bishop. 
Bluntzer. 
Brighton. 
Calallen. 
Clarkwood. 
Corpus Christi (ch). 
Driscoll. 
Juan Saenz. 
Nuecestown. 
Port Aransas. 
Robslown. 
Violet. 

OCHILTREE. 
Alfalfa. 
Grogan. 

Ochiltree (ch). 
Rogerstown. 
Wawaka. 

OLDHAM. 
Adrian. 
Tascosa (ch), 
Vega. 
Wildorado. 

ORANGE. 
Connell. 
Lemonville. 
Mauriceville. 
Oilla. 

Orange (ch). 
Terry. 
Texla. 
Vidor. 

PALO PINTO. 
Brad. 
Brazos. 
Gordon 
Graford. 
Lone Camp. 
Lyra. 

Mineral Wella. 
Mingus. 
Oran. i| 



Palo Pinto (ch). 

Pickwick. 

Salesville. 

Santo. 

Strawn. 

PANOLA. 

Beckville. 

Carthage (ch). 

Clayton. 

Deadwood. 

De Berry. 

Furrh. 

Gary. 

Long Branch. 

Midyett. 

Ragley. 

Tacoma. 

PARKER. 

Aledo. 

Brock. 

Buckner. 

Dennis. 

Dicey. 

Garner. 

Millsap. 

Peaster. 

Poolville. 

Reno. 

Springtown. 

Weatherford (ch). 

Whitt. 

PARMER. 
Black. 
Bovina. 
Farwell (ch). 
Friona. 
Rhea. 

PECOS. 
Borrillo. 
Buenavista. 
Carmc). 
Coyanosa. 

Fort Stockton (ch). 
Girvin. 
Hovey. 
Imperial. 
Longfellow. 
Sheffield. 

POLK. 
Barnes. 
Barnum. 
Benford. 
Bering. 
Blanchard. 
Buck. 
Camden. 
Carmona. 
Corrigan. 
Dallardsville. 
Dowden. 
Goodrich. 
Guelph. 
Hortense. 
Kiam. 
Knight. 
Leggett. 

Livingston (ch). 
Moscow. 
Nettie. 

New Willard. 
Ollie. 
Onalaska. 
Patonia. 
Pinckney^ 
Segno. 
Sevenoaks. 
Soda. 

POTTER. 
AmariJIo (ch). 
Bushland. 
Cliffside. 
Saint Francis. 



PRESIDIO. 
Candelaria. 
Casa Piedra. 
Marfa (ch). 
Presidio. 
Redford. 
Rnidosa. 
Shatter. 

RAINS. 
Emory (ch). 
Ginger. 
Point. 

RANDALL. 
Canyon (ch). 
Umbarger. 

REAGAN. 
Big Lake. 
Stiles (ch). 

REAL. 
Leakey (ch). 
Rio Frio. 
Vance. 

RED RIVER. 
Acworth. 
Albion. 
Annona. 
Avery. 
Bagwell. 
Blakeney. 
Bogata. 
Boxelder. 
Bryarly. 

Clarksville (ch). 
Cuthand. 
Davenport. 
Detroit. 
Dimple. 
Fulbright. 
Jolmtown. 
Kanawha. 
Kiomatia. 
McCulloch. 
Madras. 
Manchester. 
N'egley. 
Ri\er View. 
Rosalie. 
Scrap. 
Sherry. 
Vandalia. 
Vesey. 
Woodland. 

REEVES. 
Angeles. 
Arno. 

Balmorhea. 
Brogado. 
Crystal Water. 
Hoban. 
Mont Clair. 
Orla. 

Pecos (ch). 
Saragosa. 
Toy ah. 
Toyahvale. 

REFUGIO. 
Austwell. 
Bayside. 
Refugio (cb). 
Tivoli. 
Vidauri. 
Woodsboro. 

ROBERTS. 
Miami (oh). 

ROBERTSON. 
Bald Prairie. 
Brenchley. 
Bremond. 
Calvert. 
Easterly. 
Elliott. 

Franklin (ch). 
Hammond. 



Hearne. 

Mum ford. 
New Baden. 
Petteway. 
Seale. 
Wheelock. 
Wootan Wells. 

ROCKWALL. 
Chisholm. 
Fate. 

Rockwall (ch). 
Royse City. 

RUNNELS. 
Ballinger (ch). 
Benoit. 
Crews. 
Hatchel. 
Marie. 
Maverick. 
Miles. 
Norton. 
Pony. 
Rowena. 
Tokeen. 
Yellowpine. 
Wingate. 
Winters. 

RUSK. 
Dirgin. 
Flanagan. 
Glenfawn. 
Henderson (ch). 
Laneville. 
Miuden. 

Mount Enterprise. 
New Salem. 
Overton. 
Pinehill. 
Tatum. 
Wherry. 

SABINE. 
Bayou. 
Bronson. 
Brookeland. 
Fairdale. 
Fairmount. 
Geneva. 
Hemphill (ch). 
Isla. 
Milam. 
Pineland. 
Sabinstown. 
Sexton. 
Tebo. 
Time. 

SAN AUGUSTINE. 
Altonia. 
Benina. 
Biandlake. 
Broaddus. 
Calcote. 
Cupp. 
Denning. 
Dwire. 
Gay. 
Ironosa. 
Macunc. 
Neely. 
Rebecca. 

San Augustine (ch). 
Swannville. 
White City. 
Zana. 

SAN JACINTO. 
Byspot. 
Camilla. 

Coldspring (ch). 
Evergreen. 
Evetitt. 

Ma yna nl. 
Oakhurst. 
Pointblank. 
Sliejiherd. 



Staley. 
Teddy. 

SAN PATRICIO. 

Angelita. 
Aransas Pass. 
Gregory. 
Harbor City. 
Ingleside. 
Kaleta. • 

Mathis. 
Odem. 
Portland. 
Rosita. 
Saint Paul. 
San Patricio. 
Sinton (ch). 
Taft. 

SAN SABA. 
Bend. 
Boraar. 
Bowser. 
Chappol. 
Cherokee. 
Hall. 
Holt. 
Locker. 
Maxwelton. 
Richland Springs. 
San Saba (ch). 

SCHLEICHER. 
Eldorado (ch). 
Maver. 
Rudd. 
Thorpe. 

SCURRY. 
Arab. 

C'amp Springs. 
Dermott. 
Dunn. 
Fluvanna. 
Hermleigh. 
Hud. 
Ira. 

Knapp. 
Pyron. 
Snyder (ch). 

SHACKELFORD. 
Albany (ch). 
Fort Griffin. 
Moran. 
Sedwick. 

SHELBY. 
Center (ch). 
Choice. 

East Hamilton. 
Grigsby. 
Joaquin. 
Neuville. 
Patroon. 
Pax ton. 
Shelbyville. 
Sbolar. 
Stockman. 
Tenaha. 
Timpson. 
Waterman. 

SHERMAN. 
Ideal. 
Ruby. 

Stratford (ch). 
SMITH. 
Arp. 
Milliard. 
Flint. 

Garden Valley. 
I.indale. 
Mount Sylvan. 
Swan. 
Troup. 
Tyler (ch). 
Whlteuouse, 
Winona. 



J 



Post Offices 


SOMERVILLE. 


Trent. 


Georges Creek. 


Tuscola. 


Glass. 


Tye. 


Glen Rose (ch). 


View. 


/ Nemo. 


TERRELL. 


Rainbow. 


Dryden. 


STARR. 


Free. 


Garcias. 


Sanderson (ch). 


Grulla. 


Stover. 


Riogrande (ch). 


Watkins. 


Robberson. 


TERRY. 


Roma. 


Brown field (ch). 


Salineno. 


Gomez. 


Santa Elena. 


Harris. 


Viboras. 


Meadow. 


STEPHENS. 


Tokio. 


Breckenridge (ch). 


THROCKMORTON 


Caddo. 


Elbert. 


Crystal Falls. 


Lusk. 


Eojian. 


Spring Creek. 


Gunsight. 


Throckmorton (ch). 


Harpersville. 


Woodson. 


Ivan. 


TITUS. 


Lacasa. 


Blalock. 


Wayland. 


Cookville. 


STERLING. 


Mount Tleasant (ch) 


Broome. 


Talco. 


Iolanthe. 


Wilkinson. 


Sterling City (ch). 


Winfield. 


STONEWALL. 


TOM GREEN. 


Aspermont (ch). 


Carlsbad. 


Brandenburg. 


Christoval. 


Oriana. 


Harriett. 


Peacock. 


Knickerbocker. 


S wen son. 


Mereta. 


SUTTON. 


Orient. 


Owensville. 


San Angelo (ch). 


1 Sonora (ch). 


Tankersly. 


SWISHER. 
Panchoc. 


Yancourt. 
Wall. 


Happy. 


Water Valle;-- 


Kress. 


TRA\ !~ 


Mitchell. 


Austin (ch). 


Tulia (ch). 


Beecaves. 


Vigo Park. 


(Capitol). 


Whitfield. 


Cedar Valley. 


TARRANT. 


Creedmoor. 


Arlington. 


Delvalle. 


Avondale. 


Hamilton Pool. 


Azle. 
Benbrook. 


Littig. 
McNeil. 


Crowley. 
Everman. 


Manchaca. 

Manor. 

Mud. 


(Forest Park). 


Fort Worth (ch). 
Grape Vine. 
Handley. 
Haslet. 


Pflugerville. 
Sprinkle. 
Teck. 
(University). 


Keller. 


TRINITY. 


Kennedale. 


Apple Springs. 


Mansfield. 


Cailisle. 


Polytechnic. 


Centralia. 


Saginaw. 


Chita. 


Smithfield. 


Crecy. 


(Stock Yards). 


Crete. 


Tarrant. 


Friday. 


Watauga. 


Glendale. 


TAYLOR. 


Groveton (ch). 


Abilene (ch). 


Helniic. 


Blair. 


Josseiand. 


Bradshaw. 


Nigton. 


Buffalo Gap. 


Nogalus. 


Caps. 


Pennington. 


Elmdale. 


Saron. 


Guion. 


Trevat. 


Hamby. 


Trinity. 


Inkum. 


Westville. 


Lawn. 


TYLER. 


Merkei. 


Chester. 


Moro. 


Colmesneil. 


Nubia. 


Dock. 


Ovalo. 


Doucette. 


Potosi. 


Emilee. 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Post Offices 



87 



•"red. 

-lillister. 

Mobile. 

Pedigo. 

Rockland. 

Smith Ferry. 

Spurger. 

Townbluff. 

Warren. 

Woodville (ch). 

UPSHUR. 
Ashland. 
Bettie. 
Big Sandy. 
Coffeevilie. 
Gilmer (ch). 
Glenwood. 
Graceton. 
Kelsey. 
La Fayette. 
Ore City. 
Pritchett. 
Rhonesboro. 
Rosewood. 

UPTON. 
Rankin. 
Upland. 

UVALDE. 
Cline. 
Concan. 
Hacienda. 
Knippa. 
Laguna. 
Montell. 
Reagan Wells. 
& binal. 
Sansom. 
Utopia. • 
Uvalde (ch). 
Worthy. 

VALVERDE. 
Comstock. 
Del Rio (ch). 
Devils River. 
Juno. 
I.angtry. 
Pandale. 
Pumpville. 

VAN ZANDT. 
Ben Wheeler. 
Canton (ch). 
Davidson. 
Edgewood. 
Edom. 
Fruitvale. 
Grand Saline. 
Martins Mills. 
Silver Lake. 
Stone Point. 

Wills Point. 

• 

VICTORIA. 
Anaqua. 

Bloomington. 

Daoosla. 

Fordtran. 

Guadalupe. 

Inez. 

Marianna. 

Mission Valley. 

Nursery. 

Plac^do Junction. 

Raisin. 

Salem. 

Telferner. 

Victoria (ch). 

WALKER. 
BoswclJ. 
Dodge. 
Elmina. 
Falba. 
Hawthorne. 
Huntsville (ch). 
Hutcheson. 



Kittrell. 

McAdams. 
New Waverly. 
Phelps. 
Pine Valley. 
Riverside. 
Waverly. 

WALLER. 
Brookshire. 
Fetzer. 
Hegar. 

Hempstead (ch). 
Howth. 
Joseph. 
Patterson. 
Prairie View. 
Sunnv Side. 
Waller. 

WARD. 
Bnrstow (ch). 
Grandfalls. 
Monahans. 
Pyote. 

WASHINGTON. 
Brenham (ch). 
Burton. 
Chapel Hill. 
Flatprairie. 
Gay Hill. 
Independence. 
Washington. 
William Penn. 

WEBB. 
Aguilares. 
Bruni. 
Cactus. 
Darwin. 
Dolores. 
Islitas. 
Joyce. 

Laredo (ch). 
Minera. 
Moglia. 
Ojuelos. 
Reiser. 
Torre.cillas. 
Webb. 

WHARTON. 
Bonus. 
Burr. 

Danevang. 
East Bernard. 
Egypt. 
El Campo. 
Glenflora. 
Hahn. 

Hungerford. 
Iago. 

Lane City. 
Lissie. 
Louise. 
Magnet. 
Nottawa. 
Pierce. 
Taiton. 
Wharton (ch); 

WHEELER. 
Benonine. 
Heald. 
Lair. 
Lela. 
Mobeetie. 
KamsdelJ. 
Shamrock. 
Twitty. 

Wheeler (ch). 
Zybach. 

WICHITA. 
Burkburnett. 
Electra. 
Fowlkes. 
Iowa Park. 
Wichita Falls (ch). 



WILBARGER. 
Doans. 
Fargo. 
Harrold. 
Odell. 
Oklaunion. 
Tolbert. 
Vernon (ch). 

WILLACY. 

Armstrong. 
Sarita (ch). 

WILLIAMSON. 
Bartlett. 
Beaukiss. 
Cedar Park. 
Circleville. 
Coupland. 
Florence. 
Georgetown (ch). 
Granger. 
Hutto. 
JarrelJ. 
Jonah. 
Leatider. 
Liberty Hill. 
Round Rock. 
Schwertner. 
Taylor. 
Thrall. 
Walburg. 
Weir. 

WILSON. 
Calaveras. 
Carpenter. 
Fioresville (ch). 
Kosciusko. 
Lavernia. 
Pandora. 
Po'h. 

Saspamco. 
Stockda'.e. 
Sutherland Spring; 
Tordia. 
Union. 

WINKLER. 
Hay flat. 
Kermit (eh). 

WISE. 
Alvord. 
Balsora. 
Boonsville. 
Boyd. 

Bridgeport. 
Chico. 
Crafton. 
Decatur (ch). 
Greenwood. 
Newark. 
Paradise. 
Park Springs. 
Rhome. 
Slidejl. 
Willow Point. 

WOOD. 
Alba. 
Crow. 
Golden. 
Hawkins. 
Merrimac. 
Mineola, 
Ogburn. 
Peach. 

Quitman (ch). 
Winnsboro. 
Yantis. 

YOAKUM. 
Bronco. 
Plains (ch). 
Sligo. 






88 Post Offices R. L. POLK & CO'S 


(1914) Population of Cities, Etc. 


YOUNG. 


Loving. 


Padgitt. 




Lopeno. 


Cometa. 


Bunger. 


Markley. 


Proffitt. 




San Ygnacio. 


Crystal City. 


Eliasville. 


Murray. 


South Bend. 




Zapata (ch). 


Indio. 


Farmer. 


Newcastle. 


ZAPATA. 




ZAVALLA. 


La Pryor. 


Graham (ch). 


Olney. 


Bustamante. 




Batesville (ch). 


Loma Vista. 


Jean. 


Orth. 


Falcon. 




Cinouia. 





Population of Incorporated Cities, Towns and Villages— U. S. Census 1910 



Abilene 9,204 I 

Alice 2.136 

Alvardo 1,155; 

v Alvin 1.453; 

*Amarillo 9,95?' 

Anson 1.842 j 

Aransas Pass 1,19?! 

Archer 825 

Arlington 1,794 ! 

Athens 2,261. 

Atlanta 1,604 

Austin 29,860 

Baiid 1,710: 

Ballinger 3,536 

Bangs 512 j 

Bartlett 1,815 

Bastrop 1,707 

Bay City 3,156 

Beaumont 20.640 

Booville 3,269! 

Belcher 181 . 

Bells 496! 

Belton 4,164| 

Besmay 860 

Big Spring 4,102! 

Blooming Grove 903; 

Blossom 871 

Bionte 635 ! 

Bonhani 4.844 i 

Bowie 2,874 , 

Brady -2.PC9 I 

Brandon 401 j 

Brenham 4,718 ! 

Bridgeport 2,000 : 

Bronte 635 ' 

Brownsville 10,517 

Brownwood 6,967 ' 

Bryan 4,1.32; 

Caldwell 1,476 : 

Calvert 2,579 

Cameron 3,263 

Canadian 1,648 . 

Canyon 1,400 j 

Carbon 479 J 

Celeste 821 | 

Celina 724 \ 

Cement 503 I 

Center 1,684' 

Childress 3,818 

Chillicothe 1,207 I 

Cisco 2,410 

Clarendon 1,946 

Clarksville 2,065 ! 

Claude 692 

Cleburne 10,364 j 

Clifton 1,137 

Clinton 100 

Clyde 495 

Coleman 3,04,6 

Collinsville 791 

Colorado 1,840 

Comanche 2,756 j 

Commerce 2,818 

Conroe 1,374 

Coolidge 505 

Cooper 1,513 

Corpus Christi 8.222 

Corsicana 9,749 j 

Cotulla 1,880 

Crawford 516 j 

Crockett 3,947 

Crowell 1,341 

Cueru 3,109 

Dalhart 2,580 1 



Dallas 92,104 

Dawson 803 

De Leon 1,015 

Denison 13,632 

Denton 4,732 

Devine 1.042 

Dodd 289 

Dublin 2,551 

Eagle Lake 1,717 

Eagle Pass 3,536 

Eastland 855 

Ector 404 

E! Campo 1,778 

El Paso 39,279 

Electra 640 

Elgin 1,709 

Enloe 276 

Ennis 5,669 

Farmersville 1,84S 

Favetteville 274 

Ferris 1,233 

Flatonia 886 

Floresville 1,398 

Floydada 664 

Forney 1,141 

Fort Worth 73,312 

Frost 702 

Gainesville 7,624 

Galveston 36,981 

Ganado 558 

Garland 804 

Garrison 627 

Gatesville 1,929 

Georgetown 3,096 

Gilmer 1,484 

Goldthwaite 1,129 

Gonzales 3,139 

Gordon 609 

Gorman 963 

Graham 1,569 

Grandbury 1,336 

Grand Prairie 994 

Grand Saline 1,065 

Grand View 1,018 

Granger 1,708 

Grapevine 681 

Greenville 8,850 

Groesbeck 1,454 

Hallettsville 1,379 

Hamilton 1,548 

Hamlin 1,978 

Haskell 2.436 

Hearne 2,352 

Henrietta 2,104 

Hereford 1,750 

Hico 1,437 

Hillsboro 6,115 

Holland 778 

Honey Grove 2,300 

Houston 78,800 

Houston Heights 6,984 

Howe 581 

Hubbard 1,843 

Huntsville 2,072 

Iowa Park 602 

Italy 1,149 

Itasca 1,356 

.lacksboro 1,480 

Jacksonville 2,875 

Jayton 314 

Jefferson 2,515 

Jewett 580 

Kaufman 1,959 

Kenedy 1,147 



Kerens 945! 

Kerrville 1,834 I 

Killeen 1,265 j 

Kosse 764 

Kyle 742 

Ladonia 1,293' 

La Grange 1,850 

Lampasas 2,119, 

Lancaster 1,115 

La Porte 678 

Laredo 14,855' 

Leonard 990 | 

Liberty 980 

Lindale 658 

Llano 1,687 

Lockhart 2,945 

Lockney 750 

Lone Oak 756 

Longview 5,155 

Loraine 633 

Lott 1,021 : 

Lubbock 1,938 

Lufkin 2,749 

Luling 1.404 

Lyra 1,194 ; 

McGregor 1,864 I 

•MtKinnev 4,714 

McLean C33 I 

Mansfield 627 

Marble Falls 1,061 

Marlin 3,878 

Marshall 11,452 ; 

Mart 2.939 

Memphis 1,936 

Mercedes 1,209 

Meridian 718 

Merkel 2.00S 

Mesquite 687 I 

Mexia 2,694- 

Midland 2,192 

Midlothian 868 

Miles 1,302' 

Milford 766 

Mineola 1,706 

Mineral Wells 3,950. 

Montague 284 

Moody 983 

Morgan 831 

Mt Pleasant 3,137 

Munday* 956 

Nacogdoches 3.369 

Naples 1,178 

Navasota 3,284 

Nevada 510 

New Braunfels 3,165 

I Nocona 1,338 

' Oakwcod 906 

Olney 1,095 

Orange 5,527 

Paducah 1,350 

Palacios 1,389 

Palestine 10,482 

Palmer 605 

Panhandle 521 

I Paris 11,209 

Pearsall 1.799 

Pecos •• . 1,856 

renirl 167 

Petrolia 517 

Pilot Point 1,371 

Pittsbmg • 1.619 

Plainvlew 2,329 

I I'lano 1,258 



Port Arthur 7,663 

Port Lavaca 1.699 

Pottsboro 313 

Quanah 3,127 

Queen City 388 

Quinlan 537 

Ravenna 2S0 

Richmond 1,371 

Rising Star 640 

Rockdale 2,073 

Rockport 1,382 

Rockwall 1,136 

Rogers 1,275 

Roscoe 941 

Rosebud 1,472 

Rosenberg 1,198 

Rotan 1,126 

Royse City 1,210 

Rule 891 

Rusk 1,558 

Sabinal 1,640 

Sabine Pass 400 

St. Jo 822 

San Angelo 10,321 

San Antonio 96,614 

San Augustine 1,204 

San Elizario 834 

San Feline 206 

San Marcos 4,071 

Sansom 47S 

Santa Anna 1,453 

Savoy 32S 

Schulenburg 1,091 

Seguin 3,116 

Seymour 2.02H 

Sherman 12,412 

Shiner 1,096 

Smithville 3,167 

Snyder 2,514 

Socarro 1,147 

Stamford 3,902 

Stephenville 2,561 

Stratford 520 

Sulphur Springs 5,151 

Sweetwater 4,176 

Taylor 5,314 

Teague 3,288 

Tehuacana 425 

Temple 10,993 

Tenaha 491 

Terrell 7.050 

Texarkana 9,790 

Thornton 678 

Timpson 1,528 

Tolar 455 

Tom Bean 288 

Toyah 1,052 

Trenton 550 

Troup 1.126 

Tyler 10,400 

Uvalde 3.998 

Valley Mills 708 

Van Alstylne 1,441 

Venus 495 

Vernon 395 

Victoria , . 3,673 

Waco 26.425 

Walnut Springs l,34f> 

Waterman 476 

Waxahachie 6,205 

Weatherford 5.074 

Weimar 906 



Population of Cities, Etc. 



TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Population of Counties, Etc. 

1,398| Wortham 899 

1,7411 Wylie 620 

1,347 1 Yoakum 4,657 

1,402 Yorktown 1,180 



89 



Weinert 779 

Wellington 576 

West 1,645 

Wharton 1,505 



Whitesboro 1,219 

Whitewright 1.563 

Whitney 766 



Wills Point. 
Winnsboro 
Winters . . . 



Wichita Falls 8, 200| Wolfe City , 



Population of Counties — U. S. Census 1910 



Anderson 29,650 

Andrews 975 

Angelina 17,705 

Aransas 2,106 

Archer 6,525 

Armstrong 2,682 

Atascosa 10,004 

Austin 17,699 

Bailey 312 

Bandera 4,921 

Bastrop 25,344 

Baylor 8,411 

Bee 12,090 

Bell 49,186 

Bexar 119,676 

Blanco 4,311 

Borden 1,386 

Bosque 19,013 

Bowie 4,827 

Brazoria 13,299 

Brazos IS, 919 

Brewster 5,220 

Briscoe 2,162 

Brown 22,935 

Burleson 1S.6S7 

Burnet 10,755 

Caldwell 24,237 

Calhoun 3,635 

Callahan 12,973 

Cameron 27.158 

Camp 9,551 

Carson 2,127 

Cass 27,587 

Castro 1,850 

Chambers 4,234 

Cherokee 29,038 

Childress 9,538 

Clay 17,043 

Cochran 65 

Coke 6,412 

Coleman 22,618 

Collin 49,021 

Collingsworth 5,224 

Colorado 18,897 

Comal 8,434 

Comanche 27,186 

Concho 6.654 

Cooke 26,603 

Coryell 21,703 

Cottle 4,396 

Crane 331 

Crockett 1,296 

Crosby 1,765 

Culberson 555 

Dallam 4,001 

Dallas 135,748 

Dawson 2,320 

Deaf Smith 3,942 

Delta 14,566 

Denton 31,258 

Dewitt 23,501 

Dickens 3,092 

Ande.son 29,650 



Dimmitt 3,460 

Donley 5,284 

Duval 8.964 

Eastland 23,421 

Ector 1,178 

Edwards 3,768 

Ellis 53,629 

El Paso 52,599 

Erath 32,095 

Falls 35,619 

Fannin 44,801 

Favette 29,796 

Fisher 12,596 

Floyd 4,638 

Foard 5,726 

Ft. Bend 18,168 

Franklin 9,331 

Freestone 20,557 

Frio 8,895 

Gaines 1,255 

Galveston 44,479 

Garza 1,995 

Gillespie 9,447 

Glasscock 1,143 

Goliad 9.909 

Gonzales 28,055 

Gray 3,405 

Grayson 65,996 

Gregg 14,140 

Grimes 21,205 

Guadalupe 24,913 

Hale 7,566 

Hall 8,279 

Hamilton 15,315 

Hansford 935 

Hardeman 11,213 

Hardin 12,947 

Harris 115,693 

Harrison 37,243 

Hartlev 1,298 

Haskell 16,249 

Hays 15,518 

Hemphill 3,170 

Henderson 20.131 

Hidalgo 13,728 

Hill 46,760 

Hockley 137 

Hood 10,008 

Hopkins 1,038 

Houston 29,564 

Howard 8,881 

Hunt 48,116 

Hutchinson 892 

Irion 1,283 

Jack 11,817 

Jackson 6,471 

Jasper 14.000 

Jeff Davis 1,678 

Jefferson 38,182 

Jim Wells 8,000 

Johnson 34,460 

Jones 24,299 

Karnes 14,942 



Kaufman 35, 

Kendall 4, 

Kent 2, 

Kerr 5, 

Kimble 3, 

King 

Kinney 3. 

Knox 9, 

Lamar 46, 

Lamb 

Lampasas 9. 

La Salle 4. 

Lavaca 26 

Lee 13 

Leon 16 

Liberty 10 

Limestone 34 

Lipscomb 2 

Live Oak 3 

Llano 6 : 

Loving 

Lubbock 3 

Lynn 1 

McCulloch 13 

McLennan 73 

McMullen 1. 

Madison 10, 

Marion 10, 

Martin 1, 

Mason 5, 

Matagorda 13, 

Maverick 5. 

Medina 13, 

Menard 2, 

Midland 3, 

Milam 36, 

Mills 9, 

Mitchell 8, 

Montague 25, 

Montgomery 15, 

Moore 

Morris 10, 

Motley 2, 

Nacogdoches 27, 

Navarro 47, 

Newton 10, 

Nolan 11, 

Nueces 21, 

Ochiitree 1, 

Oldham 

Orange 9, 

Palo Pinto 19, 

Panola 20, 

Parker : 26, 

Parmer 1, 

Pecos 2, 

Polk 17, 

Potter 12, 

Presidio 5 

Rains 6, 

Randall 3, 

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323 Red River 28,564 

517 Reeves 4,392 

655 Refugio 2,814 

505 Roberts 950 

261 Robertson 27.454 

810 Rockwall 8,072 

,401 Runnels 20,858 

625 Rusk 26,946 

544 1 Sabine 8,582 

540 1 San Augustine 11.264 

,532 San Jacinto 9,542 

,747! San Patricio 7,309 

,4181 San Saba 11,245 

,132j Schleicher 1,893 

,583 Scurry 10,924 

,686 Shackelford 4 201 

,621 1 Shelby 26,423 

,634 1 Sherman 1,376 

,442 Smith \ 41,740 

,520 Somervell 3.931 

249 Starr 13,151 

,624 Stephens 7,980 

713 Sterling 1,493 

,405 Stonewall 5,320 

,250 Sutton 1,569 

,091 Swisher 4,012 

,318 Tarrant 108,572 

,472iTav,lor 26,293 

,549; Terrell 1,430 

,683 Terry 1.474 

'594 Throckmorton 4,563 

•151 Titus 16,422 

.415 Tom Green 17,882 

.709 Travis 55.620 

.464 Trinity 12,708 

,780iTvler 10,250 

.694 Upshur 19,960 

.956 Upton 501 

.123 Uvalde 11,233 

,679jValverde 8,013 

5611 Van Zandt 25,651 

.439! Victoria 14,990 

.396 walker 16,001 

.406 Waller 12,138 

.070 ward 2,389 

,8501 Washington 25,561 

• 9y9 Webb 22,503 

■ 955 | Wharton 21.123 

,602 1 wheeler 5,258 

812 Wichita 16.094 

• 528 j Wilbarger 12.000 

,506 Williamson 42.228 

,424 Wilson 17.066 

331[ Winkler 442 

555 Wise 26,450 

071 1 Wood 23,417 

459 1 Yoakum 602 

424 | Young 13,657 

2181 Zapata 3,809 

787 Zavalla 1,889 

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392 State 3.896,542 




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ABBOTT. 

Population 500. A village on the M. K. 

& T. Ry. in Hill county, 10 miles south of 

Hillsboro, the county seat, and 23 miles 

north of YVaco. Has 2 pins, a bank, a 

graded school, Methodist, Baptist and 

Presbyterian churches; the principal 

shipments are cotton. Tel., W. T.T.; Flxp., 

Am. Telephone connection. Charles H. 

Carroll, postmaster. 

Abbott Gin Co, John M White mngr. 

Bottom Chat, restaurant. 

Carroll Charles H, postmaster. 

Co'.van T P & Bro (Thomas P and Wm), 
lumber and undertakers. 

Dawson Bros (Robert L and Emmett B), 
general store and implements. 

Dawson Robert L. cattle breeder. 

Farmers' Gin Co. Robert H Hooker mngr, 

Fanners & Merchants' Bank (capital 
$10,000), George Carmichael pres, O G 
Bowman vice pres. R A Johnston cash. 

FEUGl'SOX Jfc HOI, I, AM) (John It Fer- 
guson, Harry F Holland), General 
Store. 

Independent Telephone Co, Luther E 
Tinsley mngr. 

Johnston R A, fire insurance. 

Jones A F, physician. 

Jurek Adolph. meats. 

Matthews Patrick C, insurance. 

Murphy John D. hotel. 

Ryan S Oscar, drugs. 

Sims Foster D, physician. 

Tinsley Melvin U, tailor and insurance. 

Tinsley V\"m R, live stock dealer. 

Walling James K, grocer and hardware 

Webb H Edward, r r, tel and exp agt. 

Wilson Arthur E, livery. 

AniiUDKl'M. 
A country postodice in Collingsworth 
county, 16 miles from Wellington, the 
county seat, banking and shipping point. 
W. H. Pugh, postmaster. 
PUGH W'M Ii, Genernl Store. 

ADKllXATHY. 

Population 300. On the P. & N. T. Ry.. 
in Hale county, 31 miles from Plainview, 
the countv seat. Has 4 churches and a 
bank. Tel., W. U.; Exp., W. F & Co. J. 
C. Arnett, postmaster. 
Abernathy Hardware Co. 
AKNI'.TT JOHN C, I-ONtmnsler. 
First State Bank (capital $10,000), S R 

Merrill pres, C G Goodman casnr. 
Hardesty R M, dry goods. 
MoAdams Lumber Co. 
Pearson's Pharmacy, drugs. 
Powell J I. cattle breeder. 
Stambaugh Mercantile Co. general store. 
Stout C E, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Tandy Coal Co. 



AIHLEXE. 

Population 12.000. On the T. & P.. W. 
■V. and A. & S. Rys.. in Taylor county,; 
of which it is the county seat, 161 miles 
!west of Fort Worth. It is the largest! 
city on the T. & P. Ry. between Ft. 1 
Worth and El Paso, an up-to-date city, 
with paved streets, street railway, abun- 
dant supply of good water, electric; 
lights, gas plant, ice factory, Hour mill,! 
capacity 300 bbls. daily; broom factory, 
bottling works, cotton oil mill, eottoni 
compress and 4 cotton gins; a fine feder-i 
al building for postoffice and court pur- 
poses, a $150,000 bond issue has been 
voted for a new county court house! 
building. The state epileptic colony! 
with 350 occupants, $1,000,000 worth o£j 
buildings and covering 640 acres is lo-j 
cated here. The altitude is over 1,700| 
feet and the climate is exceptionally 
agreeable and healthy. Fine farming, 
lands can be bought reasonably and 
good farmers are wanted, where good! 
imoney can be made in farming. The 
secretary of the Chamber of Commerce. 
or any Abilene real estate dealer, will 
jgladly furnish any further information. 
There are 3 banks with combined cap- 
ital of $450,000 and deposits of $1,500,000.! 
!The Daily Reporter, Semi-Weekly Re- 
porter and several church and college- 
papers are published. Located here are 
'Simmons College, Abilene Christian Col- 
lege, Cooper School for Boys, a college! 
preparatory school, one of the best of! 
its kind in the country, and several pub- 
die and private schools and a kinder-) 
garten. There is a good public library] 
and churches of all denominations. The 
[principal shipments ar» cotton, cotton 
seed products, live stock and farm pro-j 
dure. The compress receipts last season 
were 46,000 bales and bv wagon 10,000 
bales of cotton. Tel., W. U.; Exp., W. F. 
& Co. and Adams. Telephone connec- 
tions. T. S. Rollins, postmaster. 
ABILENE BICYCLE AND GENERAL 
REPAIR SHOP, R L Perry Propr, Bi- 
cycles and Motorcycles, Gun and Lock- 
smiths, Typewriter Repairers, Etc. 
VIII LKNE UROO.il FACTORY, John 

Moughan Propr, Established 1S92. 
ABILENE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, 
Elbert B Bynum Pres, J M Radford 
Vice-Pres, Jesse Cannon S^c. J O Shel- 
ton Treas. 
Abilene Christian College, Jesse P Sewell 

pres. 
Abilene Coca-Cola Bottling Co (capital 

$50,000), II M Vickery sec and treas, 
Abilene Daily Reporter, Abilene Printing 

Co puhlrs. 
Abilene Furniture Co (Elijah W Morris. 
Walter I. Culler). 



Abilene Gas & Electric Co (capital $275,- 
000), E II Hatch (Maplewood, N J) 
pres, Wm G Swenson vice pres, Edgar 
T Thomas sec and asst treas, S W 
Baldwin (Maplewood, X J) treas and 
asst sec. 

Abilene Independent Tel * Tel Co (capi- 
tal $300,000), Lyman E Klotz sec and 
treas, Gus H Klotz genl mngr. 
Villi, ENE PI, l IMBIJVG CO, J SI Mnrtln 
Mngr, Plumbing, Steam and Gas Fit- 
ting S 3d and Chestnut. 

Abilene Printing Co (capital $20,000), 
George S Anderson pres, Edgar H Kil- 
ler vice-pres, Marshall B Hanks sec 
and treas, publrs Abilene Daily Re- 
porter and Abilene Semi-Weekly Re- 
porter. 

Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter, Abilene 
Printing Co. publrs. 

Abilene Sewer Co (capital $50,000), J E 
Grayson (EI Paso) pres, -R D Richcy 
vice-pres. W W Richev sec and treas. 

ABILENE SHEET METAL WORKS, J L 
Wood Pronr, "If it's Made of Tin or 
Sheet Metal We Make It;" Galvanized 
Steel Tanks and Windmills S 3d and 
Chestnut. 

Abilene Steam Laundry Co (capital $20,- 
000), Wm J Fulwiler pres, Clarence H 
Fulwiler vice-pres, Ben H Gray sec 
and treas. 

Abilene Street Railway Co (capital $25.- 
000), Ed S Hughes pres, Henry James 
vice-pres, Thomas P Scott sec, W 
Richard Keeble treas. 

Abilene Transfer Co (James E, Richard 
B and Albert B Walls). 

Abilene Water Co (capital $200.00"), E I T 
Hatch (Maplewood, N" J) pres, Wm G 
Swenson vice-pres, Edgar T Thomas 
sec and asst treat. S W Baldwin (Ma- 
plewood, N J) treas and asst sec. 

Abilene .1 Southern Ry Co (capital $75.- 
000). Morgan Jones pres and mngr, G 
AT Dodge (Council Bluffs. la) vice-pres. 
Wm E Kaufman see and treas, J Bert 
Shackelford fit and pass agt. 

Adams Edward, second hand goods. 

Adams House, G T Bryant propr. 

Adams John W, second hand goods. 

Ainsworth Ed, meats. 

Alexander James M, physician. 

Alexander Sanitarium, Drs. Estes and 
Alexander surgeons in etiarge. 

Allison A J & Co (Arthur J and Henry H 
Allison) grot-, irs. 

Amen Corner Weekly, Rev. Simeon Shaw 
editor. 

Anderson Alex C. blacksmith. 

Anderson John M. dentist, 

Anderson .1 M Mrs. milliner. 

Anderson Sallie s Mrs. restaurant. 

Anderson-Schullz Co (capital $5,000). 
Otlo H Schultz, Wm W Anderson and 
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Andrews James L, grain. 

Anwiur & Co (Chicago, 111), J G Harris 
mngr, wliol meats. 

Arnold John E, real estate. 

Arnold Leon E, cotton buyer. 

Aston Wm J, loans. 

Baptist Messenger (weekly), Horace I 
Trout editor. 

Barnett Win H, physician. 

Bass J H Medicine Co. W C Kinsolvlng 
propr, medicine mnfrs. 

Bass Thomas B, physician. 

Beckham Wm L Jr. propr Grace Hotel. 

Behrens Wm J, life insurance. 

Benson Wm S. wagon yard. 

Bishop George C, pres and mngr Taylor 
Countv Abstract Co. 

Black 6c Moore (James Black, Felix 
Moore), restaurant. 

Blake Lloyd B. cotton buyer. 

Blanton & McDonnell (George E Blanton, 
Otto McDonnell), restaurant. 

Bledsoe Charles B. life ins. 

Bogar J W & Co (capital $20,000). Joseph 
W Bogar pres, S H Garrison sec, \\ S 
Beesley treas, dry goods. 

Bounds Wm P. lands. 

Boyce James A, grocer. 

Bradhaw Herbert J, civil engineer. 

Brazile Jesse T, grocer. 

Britton George F, ag't Adams Express- 
Co. 

Brown Harry O. typewriters. 

Brown I S, "cattle breeder. 

Burleson & Harber (James C Burleson. 
Walter W Harber). grocers and meats 

Burton-Lingo Co (Ft Worth), Thomas 
Sayles mngr, lumber. 

Campbell Novel W, physician. 

Campbell Theodore C, drv goods. 

CAWOV JESSE, Sec Abilene Chamber 
of Commerce. 

Carnegie Public Library, Emma Taylor 
librarian. 

Carter Ernest R, photographer. 

GARTER JAMES WM JR, Director Mml- 
ern Woodmen Band. 

Cash Clarence M, physician. 

Cash Clarence M Jr, dentist. 

Cash Grocery Co, C L Giddens mngr. 

Cash W Anda Vee, physician. 

Castles John A. watchmaker. 

Cates Samuel It, physician. 

Chandler Grocery Co (Ambrose J Chand- 
ler, Wm J Schultz). 

Christopher Alexander R, drugs. 

Citizens' Lumber Co (Carey-Lombard- 
Young & Co, Chicago, 111), W E Har 
ris mngr. 

CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK (Capital 
$150,000, Surplus $50,000). George L 
Paxton Pres. Caleb P Warren Ylce- 
Pres, Franklin E Haynes Vice-Pres, 
Joe F Garrison Cashr, W Henrv Free 
Asst Cashr. 

Clark A T &. Sons (Albert T, Walter L, 
Albert A and Wm E), creamery. 

Cleckler Joseph G, grocer. 

Clinton John J. chief of police and fire 
marshal. 

Cobb Dorr E, loans. 

Cody Patrick H, confectioner. 

COGDELL I) MVNSEY, Real Estate, 
Farm Lands, Ranches and Colonization 
Anywhere in Texas. 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL; Mrs T Michael 
Propr, cor S 1st and Elm. Under New 
Management, Rates $2 Per Day. 

Compere Bros (Mortimer H and Colonel 
C), real estate. 

Compton E W Taylor, blacksmith. 
Compton Robert 13, drugs. 
Continental Oil (k Cotton Co (capital 
$400,000), John Guitar pres and mngr, 
Wm B, James H arid Fred Guitar vice- 
prests, E S Kean sec and treas. 
COOPER OSCAR H, Head Master Cooper 

School for Boys. 
COOPER SCHOOL FOR ROYS, Oscar II 
Cooper, L L D, Head Master, A College 
Preparatory School for Boys. 
Corral The (monthly), published by stu- 
dents of Simmons College. 
CORRIE GLEN L, Mngr R G Duq .£ Co 
"The Mercantile Agency" 27-28 Rad- 
ford Bldg. (See bottom edge and left 
top lines.) 
Creswell Gerard (), live stock. 
Crowder L F & Co (Lewis F Crowder. 
Charles A Anderson), cotton exporters 
Cottage Hotel, James McDonald propr. 



COTTES A JOVES (Thomas W i often, 
Arthur B Jones) Real Estate, Insur- 
ance and Rentals. 

Cowden Charles W, live stock. 

Cowden-l'ayton Hardware Co (Charles 
W and Clarence C Cowden. Cross D 
and Lindsey i 1'ayton). hardware and 
buggies. 

COX DEN I„ I.mvyir, General Civil Prac- 
tice, State and Federal Courts. 

Cox Benjamin A, lawyer, 

Cox Benjamin A Jr. public stenographer. 

Cox Thomas, tailor. 

Cullins John T, piano tuner. 

CUNNINGHAM & OLIVER (.lames E Cun- 
ningham. Bruce E Oliver), Lawyers, 
General Practice. 

Cunningham * Sewell (Wm J Cunning- 
ham, Wm H Sewell), lawyers. 

Daly Joseph M, physician. 

Darnell Aaron H, real estate. 

Darnell John, Hour mill. 

Daugherty Thomas W, lawyer. 

Daugherty Wm A. lawyer. 

De Bogory Eugene, lawver. 

Dellis Home School. Mrs R S Dellis prin. 

Denton Joseph M. tlep U S marshal. 

Dixie Air Dome. W J Wilkie mngr. 

Dodson Jesse T, blacksmith. 

Donnell Cort. live stock. 

Draughon's Business College (Nashville, 
Tenn), J D Miracle mngr. 

Dudley Charles W, real estate. 

Duke & Ayres (Dallas). L C Kee mngr, 
notions. 

DUN R G A CO, '-The Mercantile Agen- 
cy," Glen L Corrie Mngr 27-28 Rad- 
ford Bldg. (See bottom edge and left 
top lines). 

Edins John B. grain and hay. 

Ellis Robert W. grain and hides. 

Emporium Millinery Co (capital ?5,000) 
John R Darnell pres, Sallie E Darnell 
vice-pres, May Darnell sec and treas. 

Estes Jack M, physician. 

Evans J Walter, grocer. 

Farmers & Merchants' National Bank 
(capital $100,000), Ed S Hughes pr 
Fleming W James vice-pres, Henry 
James cashr. 

Ferguson John N, live stock. 

FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OF MARY 
LAND, Eugene Wood & Co Agts. 

Finberg George, cotton. 

First State Rank & Trust Co (capital 
$200,000), Elbert B Bynum pres. Join 
O Shelton vice-pres, Oscar Parker 

FORD PETER I), Insurance. 

Foster Nap, produce. 

Foster Wm S, blacksmith. 

Fry & Ray (K Claude Fry. J Frank 
Ray), restaurant. 

Fuller Jesse, district clerk. 

Fulwiler Charles E, livery. 

Fulwiler Electric Co (capital 525.000), 
Wm J Fulwiler pres. George T Scales 
vice-pres. Russell II Clark sec and 
treas. 

Gareia Amanda, restaurant. 

Garner Charles H, vet surg. 

GARRISON JOE E, Caslir Citizen*' Na- 
tional Bank-. 

Gehauor Herman, blacksmith. 

Gibbs Wm D, grocer ,Jf" 

Girand Andrew M, tailor. 

Glasscock & Wisner (J Albert Gla-scock, 
Robert II Wisner;. restaurant. 

Gorsuch Norman W. live stock. 

Goss John II, d ravage. 

GRACE HOTEL, \V L Iteckltnm Jr I'rnpr. 
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Griffith Isaac A, furniture. 

Guitar John J. cattle breeder. 

Gulf Refilling Co. D A Jpfferies agt. oils 

Hackley Sallie A Mrs. hotel. 

Ilailey Clarence L, lawyer. 

Hal ley Zebulon D. pianos 

Hale W B Sons & Keen i Walter B. Wai- 
ter B Jr and Wm S Hale. James 
Keen), grocers. 

Hale 6i Son (Thomas A and Orah Mi. 
grocers. 

Hall Cornelius, meats. 

Hall Music Co (Emmett E Hall), pianos 

Hall Roswell G, carriages and wagons 

Harris George C, drugs. 

Hamilton Andrew I 1 , deritisr 

Hammock-McCarty FurnKura Co (Ben- 
jamin W M.Cavty). 

HARDWICKE SAMLEL P, lnvi-r. 

Harkric.er David T. coun'.y tax collector. 

Harle Annie I.', china dt-coraC'JT 

Harris M_>at Market a.s^r.' G Harris. 
Tliad T Spann). 

Hasselvandei Allen C, automobile re- 
pairer. 

Hayden & Hart (George Hayden, Marsh 
A Hart), grdcers. 

Haynes Franklin K. physician. 

Havnes Green, wagon yard. 

IIAV.ME ROBERT \V, Lawyer. 

Hicks J B. piano tuner. 

Hill Claude C, tailor. 

Hill David G, lawyer. 

IIOLLIS LAWRENCE \V Sr, Plivslclaa 
and Surgeon. 

UOLLIS LAWRENCE W Jr, Physician 

and Surgeon. 
IIOLLIS SANITARIUM THE < Dr I \V 

Hollis Sr, Dr L W Hollis Jr;, Surgeons 
and Owners. 
Hollis Thomas S, dentist. 
Holmes Miles, livery. 
Holt Abdon, cattle breeder 
Holt & Jackson (Abdon Holt, 

Jackson), lawyers. 
Hoppe Paul, harness. 

Hughes Ed S Co (capital $200,000). Ed 
S Hughes pres, A Sidney Payton vice- 
pres and genl mngr, Joe T Perry sec. 
Clyde Newberry treas, whol and retail 
hardware. 
Hughes Wm E, live stock. 
HUNT C II, Agent The Murray Co. (See 
left side lines and adv in Dallas Sec- 
tion). 
Ingle W M & Co (Wm M Ingle), grocers. 
Inter-State Music Co. Mark D Ussery 
pres, M L Ferguson vice-pres, Wm H 
Free sec and treas. music publrs. 
Japan Cotton Trading Co i Ft Worth), M 

Yamakawa mngr, cotton exporters. 
Jennings Bros ( Wm and Walter), plumb- 
ers. 
Jewell Theater, W J Wilkie mngr. 
Joeris Bros (Joseph and Peter J), ma- 
chinists. 
Johnson Clover I#, restaurant 
Johnson Henry N, cotton buyer. 
Johnson Jacob R, coal and wood. 
Jones Samuel I>, confectioner. 
Jones & Stone (Joseph It Jones, John 

Stone), clothes cleaners. 
Kauftman l'eter S, harness, 
Keeble II Rob, county attorney. 
Kelley Elihu, physician. 
Kennedy Leonidas D, grain. 
Kershaw John II, apiarist. 
King Edward E. real estate. 
King Harry T, lawyer 
Kirby Egbert N, lawyer and mayor. 
UIRIIV A DAVIDSON (Augustus II Kir- 
by, Thomas 1' Davidson). Attorneys 
and Counsellors at Law. 
Kirk Perry L, city secretary. 
Knapp Philander U, second hand goods. 
K.NOX * MeCAI'l.EY (John II Knox), 
Automobile Sales Gai'age, Accessories 
and Supplies. 
Kvle Jack 1'. agt W F fc Co Express 
LAMHETII M C A: CO (Malt C Lambeth, 
Nicholas M Dudley). Real Estate and 
Fire Insurance. 
Lanlus Press Brick Co (capital 135.000), 
Clarence L Lanius pres, Oscar I' Thom- 
as sec. 
Lasley Wm C. lawyer. 
Latham John I'.. mngr W U Tel Co. 
Laughter Dan T. undertaker. 



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Leeson John T. grocer. 
Legett Kirvin K, referee In bankruptcy 
Locke Robert H, cement contractor. 
Logan Bros (Stuart F and Commodore), 

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Lotspeich Ren W, cotton. 
Lowdon Ella, china decorator. 
Lyceuin Theater, Wm Saunderson mngr 
JlcCauley Clayton M, dentist. 
JWcCauley Cleyburn, insurance. 
McCauley George B, genl contr. 
McCulloh George T, farm loans. 
McDavid Bros (James C, Glen E, Archie 

W and James A), dry goods. 
McDavid Julian L, insurance. 
McDavid-Lanius Realty Co (Julian L 

McDavid, Clarence L Lanius). 
McGee Jinks, live stock. 
Mclvinney Pleas M, real estate. 
Mel.emore-Bass Drug Co (Atkins P Mc- 

Lemore, Henry J Bass). 
McXatt M D & Co (Mark D McXatt), 

grain and hay. 
Magee Jefferson D, physician and drugs. 
Magnolia Petroleum Co, Lee Golf agt, 

oils. 
Mahaftey & Fulwller (Win P Mahaffey, 

Clarence H Fulwiler), lawyers. 
Marrs James K, grocer and feed. 
Martin John M, mngr Abilene Plumbing 

Co. 
Maxwell Rob"rt W, cotton gin. 
Mead James If, grocer and feed. 
Memleb Fred W, cement sidewalks. 

amiiCAvnr.E agency the, it g nun 

A: Co. Glen L Corrie Mngr JT-2S Rad- 
ford Bldg. (See bottom edge and left 
top lines). 

Merchant C W & Mack, cattle breeders. 

Merchants L S Co, cattle breeders. 

Metropolitan Hotel, .1 P Green propr. 

Michael Theodore Mrs, propr Commercial 
Hotel. 

Mingus Bros & Co (John A, \V Coke and 
Frank M Mingus), men's furnishings. 

Mingus W Coke, poultry breeder. 

Minter Dry Goods Co (Wm A and George 
L Minter). 

Mobley Wm O, blacksmith. 

Modern Steam Laundry, Stacy B Rogers 
mngr. 

MODI'IRX WOOIJMEV BAND, .1 W Car- 
ter Jr Director, Best Equipped Band 
in the State, Music Furnished for All 
Occasions. 

MOPPETT .J WM, Atrtome.v-nt-liov, Au- 
thor of Moffett's Civii Forms. Wilson's 
Criminal Forms ('1th Ed), Exemptions 
and Writs, Price SO. 00 Each Deliv- 
ered. 

Montgomery Drug Co (capital $8,000), 
Mrs Nannie R Montgomery pres, Flor 
euce Montgomery vice-pres, Louis 
Montgomery sec and treas. 

Moon Andrew R, insurance. 

Moore Wm X, harness. 

Motz Charles, insurance. 

Motz & Curtis (Charles Motz jr, Marcus 
A Curtis, insurance. 

MOUGHAX JOHN, Propr Abilene IJrooni 
Factory. 

Mueller Edward & Son (Edward and Al- 
fred), carriage painters. 

Mv.fr Virginius E, real estate. 

MURRAY CO THIS, C II Hunt Aeent. 
(See left side lines and adv in Dallas 
Section). 

N'cjal Wm C, dentist. 

Neely-Barnes (Charles W Barnes), men's 
furnishings. 

Neill John B, paints and wall paper. 

Norman John V, drayage. 

NORTON ELIJAH I„ Plumbing, Heating 
and Electrical Work. 



Ottiee Supply & Printing Co (Edward W 
Curtis). 

Oldham Do M. lawyer. 

Optimist The (weekly), published by 
students of Christian College. 

Over Hardware Co (capital $23,000), 
Ralph L Over pres, A G Over sec and 
treas. 

Overshiner Edward M, county judge and 
lawyer. 

Pain G R & Co (George R Pain, Chailes 
O O'Neal), grocers. 

Paiz Julian, restaurant. 

Palace Hotel. J H Clements propr. 

Pardue J D & Son (Joseph D and Dennis 
1M, blacksmiths. 

Parish Wm II, photographer 

Parramore James H. cattle breeder. 

Patterson James S, blacksmith. 

Payne Wm A, furniture. 

Pearce Edwin A. grain and coal. 

Pearce *£ Hewitt (Edwin A Pearce, 
Frank Hewitt), farm implements. 

People's Ice & Coal Co, J F Morrison 
mngr. 

PERRY' llOltEltT I,, I'ropr Abilene III- 
cvcle and General Repair Shop. 

PHELPS SANIJY l„ Real Estate, I'lirmx, 
Ranches and City Property. 

Pickard Luther J, physician. 

Pickens J H & Co, W S O Johnson mngr, 
abstracts. 

Pieroe-Fordvce Oil Assn, II II Holder 
agt. 

Pinney lone Stephenson, physician. 

Pope Andrew J, physician. 

Powell Joseph Z, second hand goods. 

Powers John D, restaurant. 

Hadford J M Grocery Co (capita] $100,- 
0001. James M Radford pres. Ernest 
G Batjer sec, James F Handy treas. 
■wholesale grocers. 

Ralph Advertising Service (S L Ralph), 
bill posters. 

Ralph Paint & Paper Co (Sidney L 
Ralph). 

Ramsey Thomas N, grain and fuel. 

Rav Cyrus N, osteopath. 

Reading Harry A, ticket agt T & P Ry 
Co. 

Retail Merchants' Assn, S H Garrison 
sec, mercantile agency. 

Rhodes T R & Son (Thomas R and El- 
ton), dry goods. 

Richey Plumbing Co (Wm W Richey, 
Frank H Blaine). 

Rihey Wm A, county surveyor. 

ROBERTS CHARLES W, Inventor anil 
Mnfr Roberts Rapid System of Elec- 
tion Returns, No More Annoying De- 
lays Awaiting Full and Complete 
Election Returns If You Use This 
System, Write for Particulars. 

Rogers Walter E, grocer. 

ItOLLIN'S TURNER S, Poslniuster. 

Roval Theatre. Harrison ,fc Ward mngrs. 

Russell & Young (John II Russell, Jos- 
eph F Young), real estate. 

Ryan Wm C, agt W V Ry Co. 

St John W Thomas, county assessor. 

Sandefer George II, physician. 

Sanders & Grizzle (Earl Sanders, J Rob- 
ert Grizzle), restaurant. 

Savles Henry Jr, real estate. 

SAVI.ES, SAYLES A SAYLES (Henry, 
John and Perry), Attorneys-at-Law, 
Civil Practice. 

SCARBOROUGH <fe HICKMAN <r>nl!n« 
Scarborough, Harrison N Hickman), 
Lawyers. 

Schorsch-Christian Co (capital $10,000). 
Gus Schorsch pres and treas, A H 
Christian vice-pres, Robert B Comp- 
ton sec, jewelers. 

Schultz Herman, baker. 

Scott Jesse, lumber. 

Scott Wrn C, grocer. 

Sewell Jesse I', pres Abilene Christian 
College. 

Shackleford Wm O, tinner. 

Shaw Simeon Mrs, artist. 

SHELLY MAI. W Jit, Lawyer, f.ei.crul 
Practice. 

Sheppard John W, blacksmith. 

Sherbino George W, physician. 

Sherrell P Lee. confectioner. 

Shropshire Andrew J, tailor. 

Sides Judson, baker. 

Simmons College, J D Sandefer pres. 

Simmons College Band, students of Sim- 
mons College. 



Simpson I. Dumber Co ( Ft Worth), Irv- 
ing Jennings mngr. 
Singer Sowing Machine Co, 



R Hurst 
Sleeper, 



Sleeper-Rice Co (Thomas M 
Paul Rice), grain. 

Smith Hugh B, cotton gin. 

Smith Jasper A, drags. 

Smith J Samuel, county supt of schools. 

Southwestern Peanut Co, Eugene De Bo- 
gory pres, Wm Young mngr, peanut 
products. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, C A Boulte 
mngr. 

Spaulding Bros (John and Wm), automo- 
biles. 

Spicer Rowan, house mover. 

State Epileptics Colony, Dr T B Bass 
supt. 

STEPHENSON JOHN I,, Conveyancer 
and Notary Public. 

Stith Wm & Co (Will Stith), real estate. 

Stone John, grocer. 

Strong Produce Co (Charles H and 
Charles H Strong jr). 

Swift & Co (Chicago), E W Wade mngr, 
wholsale meats. 

Tandy Charles M. marble works. 

Tate Clem C. dry goods. 

Tatum Otis S. vet surg. 

TAYLOH COUNTY ABSTRACT CO (IVC; 
Capital $10,000), George C Bishop Pres 
and Mngr, Eugene De Bogory Vice- 
Pres. 

Taylor County Ice Co (capital $140,000), 
E H Hatch pres, W G Swenson vice- 
pres. E T Thomas sec and asst treas, 
S W Baldwin, treas and asst sec. 

Taylor County Lumber Co (capital $30,- 
000). F C Digby Roberts pres and 
mngr. 

Taylor Emma, librarian Carnegie Pub- 
lic Library. 

Taylor James E, wagon yard. 

Taylor Printing Co (Joseph F Taylor). 

Texas Co The, W A Connor agt, oils. 

Thomas John, restaurant. 

Thomas John W, apairist. 

Thomas Oscar P, life ins. 
Thomas Stephen R, grocer. 
Tillett Henry A, lawyer and abstracts. 

Timbes Charles P, grocer. 

Tittle G Blue, county treasurer. 

TOTTEN MILO, Mnfr of Jlrnckets, Scroll 
and Turned Work, Cypress Tanks, 
Window and Door Screens. 

Townsend Mercantile Agency, T. F. Lock- 
ett mngr. 

Tribble Otto, confectioner. 

TRIPLET'!' URANYILLE It, Ileal Us I me 
and Insurance. 

Turner Elijah W, jeweler. 

Union Hardware Co (capital $10,000), 
John J Mueller sec, Edgar II Boone 
treas. 

U S Weather Bureau (Dept of Agricul- 
ture), AV H Gretn observer in charge. 

Wat-staff John M, lawyer. 

Walker-Smith Co (Brownwood), M Whit- 
tenbertr mngr. whol grocers. 

Walshe Edward P. loans. 

Y\ ard James K. clothing. 

Weir II Grady, poultry breeder. 

Weir T Calvin, sheriff. 

WEST TEXAS FI.OKAL CO, Mrs C R 
Lee Tropr. Floral Designs For All 
Occasions Furnished on Short. Notice; 
Telephone and Telegraph Orders 
Promptly Executed, Day or Night. 

West Texas Medicine Co, David D Mor- 
gan propr, medicine mnfrs. 

WESTERN CYCLE & SUPPLY CO 
(James S Crawford, John D Watson), 
Dealers in Bicycles, Motorcycles, Guns, 
Sporting Goods, Type-writers, Supplies 
and Repairing, Jewelers and Opticians. 

Western Evangel (weekly). Western 
Evangel Co publrs. 

Western Evangel Co (capital $5,000), J 
D Sandefer pres. Rev W F Fry editor, 
publrs Western Evangel. 

WESTERN IRON & METAL CO (Jlco 
Cohen, Louie Williams), Buyers of 
Scrap iron, Old Metals, Rubber, Bones, 
Etc. 

Western Texas Compress Co (capital 
$30,000), George Finbcrg vice-pres and 
mngr, Walter E Beone supt. 

White Thomas F, lawyer. 

Whltten Carlisle G, lawyer. 

Wilson Wm T. dray line. 

Wiltshire Bros (John and Wm B), 
grocers. 



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WISE LOl'ls C .V SON (John O Wise), 

Real Estate. Loans and Insurance. 
WISE LOI IS S, Attorney at Laiv, General 

Practice. 

TVitherspoon C F & Sons (Denton). Guy 
P AA'itherspoon mngr, cotton exporters. 

AVolff A L & Co (Ualias), W M Wright 
agt, cotton exporters. 

Womaek Rufus S, sand and gravel. 

WOOD EL'GENE .':■ CO (Ensene Mood). 
Real Estate, Farm Lands, Ranches and 
City Properly. 

Wood Jack L, propr Abilene Sheet Metal 
Works. 

AA'oods Variety Store (Richard H Woods, 
Martin L Large), notions. 

Wooten H O Grocery Co (capital S300,- 
000), Horace O Wooten pres. Charles 
AV Bacon vice-pres. George S Brown 
sec and treas, whol grocers. 

Wooten James P, real estate. 

Yager Shoe Co (Charles E Yager, Sam- 
uel F and Clara Weaver). 

Young Samuel C. live stock. 

Young Win, insurance. 

Young Wm J, county clerk and recorder. 



AHLES. 

A country postotlice in El Paso countv 
100 miles from El Paso, the county seat, 
and 60 from Van Horn, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. Mail semi- 
weekly. J. W. Hammack, postmaster. 
Able Oscar." live stock breeder. 
Able Sid, live stock breeder. 
Able W S, live stock breeder. 
Belcher Henry, live stock breeder. 
II VMM V.CK .1 W, Live Modi Breeder. 
Mace J T, real estate. 
Meeks Lon, live stock breeder. 
Merchant W, live stock breeder. 
Merritt Bros, live stock breeders. 



ABRAM. 

Population 50. On the St. L, B. & M 
R. R., in Hidalgo county, 24 miles south- 
west of Edinburg, the county seat, and 
4 from Mission, the nearest banking and 
shipping point Mail daily. 
Chapa Salvador, general store. 
VELA M .fc CO, General Store. 
Vela Ramon, general store. 



ACME. 

Population 300. On the Ft. W. & D. and 
Q.. A. & P. Rys., in Hardeman county, 3 
miles northwest of Quanah, the county 
seat and banking point. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., Adams. Telephone connection. 
Acme Cement Plaster Co, plaster mnfrs. 
James Lottie M, notions. 
Smith Louis, grocer. 

AC WORTH. 

Population 30. In Red River county 
14 miles from CkirksviJlc, the county 
seat, banking and shipping point. J. T 
Kiigore, postmaster. 
Cook R J. physician. 
KII,KOI(E J T, General Store. 
Parko .1 P, grocer. 
Traylor Bros, cotton gin. 
West R L, general store. 



ADA III. 

A country postotlice in Fisher county, 
28 miles from Roby, the county seat. 
and 1G miles from Rotan, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. Mail tri 
weekly. B. Adair, postmaster. 



adamsyillk. 

Population 10'.'. \n Lampasas county, 
IS miles from Lampasas, tiie county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Mail daily. 
W. K. Wagle. postmaster. 
Bivins L L. physician. 
Chambers B E, blacksmith. 
Clements J A. wool grower. 
Dixon Drug Co. 
Dooley G H, apairist. 
Dunn J C. cotton gin. 
Karnes W C, general store. 
Le Compte P A, wool grower. 
WAGLE BROS, Genera] Store. 
West J F, real estate. 



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ADDICKS. 

Population 150. On the M 
Rv. in Harris county. 1_ 
Houston, the county seat and nearest 
banking point. Exp., Am. Wm. Schulz, 
postmaster. 

Carter C W, r r and exp agt. 
SCHULZ WM, General Store. 

ADDISON. 

Population 75. On the St. L. & S. W. 
R. R., in Dallas county, 14 miles from 
Dallas, the county seat. Has a bank. 
Tel.. W. U. Exp.. W. F. & Co A, W. 
Robertson, postmaster. 
Addison State Bank (capital $10,000). 
Atkins A R, dry goods. 
Atkins J A, grocer. 
Claybrooks C R, r r and exp agt. 
Dodson J. grocer. 
Parks J C, grocer. 
ROBERTSON AUUISO\' V.', Postiiinstcr 

and Notary Public. 
Stark Grain Co (Piano), Ilughston Yeary 

mngr, whol grain. 

ADK1NS. 

Population 100. On the G., H. & S. A. 
Ry. in Bexar county, 14 miles south- 
east of San Antonio, the county seat, 
and 9 from Lavernia, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. 
Lubiansky & Kiolbassa, general store. 



ADMIRAL. 

A rural postotlice in Callahan county 
11 miles from Baird. the county seat 
banking and shipping point. O. L. Black 
postmaster. 

Black J R, general store. 
BLACK O I,, Postmaster. 
Davidson James, cotton gin. 
Pearce M, blacksmith. 
Wristen & Johnson, general store. 



ADOBE WALLS. 

A rural postotlice in Hutchinson county 
12 miles northeast of Plemons, the 
county seat, and 32 from Pampa, the 
nearest banking and shipping point 
Lucinda A. Matthews, postmaster and 
live stock. 



ADRIAN. 

Population 50. On the C, R. I. & 6. R 
R., in Oldham county, 25 miles from 
Tascosa, the county seat. Has Baptist 
and Methodist churches and a bank 
Tel.. W. U. Exp., U. S. F. J. Ritter- 
spach, postmaster. 
Adrian Lumber Co. 
First State Dank' (capital 510,000). J P 

Collier pres, H C Pettigrew cashr. 
Hawn C E. drups. 
Lacev R H, general store. 
RITTERSPACH F J, Physician and 

Postmaster. 
Summers B L, r r, exp and tei agt. 
1'oung C L Grocery Co. 



AFTOX. 

Population 60. In Dickens county, 10 
miles from Dickens, ihc county seat, and 
10 from Roaring Springs. the usual 
banking and shipping point. Stage dail> 
to Spur and tri-weekly to Roaring 
Springs. F. A. Loyd, postmaster. 
Chambers E D, -cattle breeder. 
Ilaidi S H, rcstr and meats. 
Hale Hardware Co. 
Kitchens A F. blacksmith. 

1.(1)11 F A A CO. General Store. 
MrCormick J V, cotton gin. 



AGUA DULCE. 

Population 100. On the T. M. R. P.. in 
.N'ueoes county, 32 miles from Corpus 
Christi, the county seat, and 10 from 
Alice, the nearest banking point, Ex »., 
W., F. & Co. M. M. Wallace, postmaster. 
Farmers' Supply Co. general store. 
Finch-Babers Lumber Co. 
Hall J S & Bro. cotton gin. 
Mrazek J C, blacksmith. 
Simon Max B, confectioner. 
Thompson J E. grocer. 
WALLACE SI M A SO>, General Store. 



AG I II. IKES. 
Population 300 On the T. M. P. R in 
Webb county, 30 miles east of Laredo, 
the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Tel.. W. U. Exp., W., F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. 
Aguilares Mercantile Co. general store. 
Dullard Frank, cattle breeder. 
Guiterrez Amado ft Bro, cattie br. -■ ders. 



AOl'A Nl'EVA. 

Population 200. In Jim Hogg count: 
35 miles from Hebronville. the count 
seat, banking and shipping point. I 
Garcia, postmaster. 
GARCIA SIXTO, General Store nud Lit 

Stock Breeder. 
Ramirez Jesus M, live stock breeder. 
Ramirez Lazaro. live stock breeder. 
Ramirez Zenon, general store. 
Yzagnirre Jesus M, live stock breeds 



ALAMO BEACH. 

Population 55. On Lavaca Bay. 
Calhoun county, 3 miles by water and 
by land, southeast of Port Lavaca, 
county seat, banking and shipping pc 
Telephone connection. John Wilhe 
postmaster., 

Blackburn C II & Son. dairy. 
WILHELM JOHN, Ileal Estate, Life 

surance and Fig Culture. 



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ALAMO MILLS. 

On the T. & P. Ry. in Cass county. 2S 
miles northeast of Linden, the county 
seat, and 9 from Queen City, the nearest 
banking point. Send mail to Queen 
City. 



ALANHEED. 

Population 250. On the C. R. I. & G. 

R. R., in Gray county, IS miles from Le- 

fors, the county seat. Has Baptist and 

Methodist churches and a bank. Stage 

daily to Lefors; fare, SI. Telephone and. 

telegraph facilities. Exp., U. S. R Y. 

Mangum, postmaster. 

Ball W J. general store. 

Bank of Alanreed (capital $10,000), F P. 
M'cCracken pres, I > B London cashr. 

Blakney J T, general store. 

Coppedpe J A, drugs. 

Davis' John T, livery. 

Elms E F, cotton gin and grist mill. 

Greenwood I T, hotel. 

Loftin S R. lumber. 

MANGUM ROBERT A'. Confectioner, No- 
tions and Undertaking Goods. 

Parker L C. cattle breeder. 

Frock T J. general store. 

Rector O II. blacksmith. 

Reeves E B, 'eal estate. 



ALU A. 

Population 350. On the M.. K. &. T. Ry. 
in AVood county, 10 miles west of Quit- 
man, the county seat, and 25 southeast 
of Greenville. Has 2 banks, water works 
and a weekly newspaper. The News. 
Exp., Am. Tel.. AV. U. 
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Alba Water Works. J E Wilson mngr. 

Alston-Higgrinbotham Co (P W Higgin- 
botham, A C arul C II Alston), general 
store. 

ARMSTRONG D S, Ciishlei- All>a Nnllonnl 
Bank. 

Cain A I/, general store. 

Cain M T, drugs. 

Cain & Rackley (A II Cain, D .1 Rack- 
ley), livery. 

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sellor at Law. (See adv in Legal Blue 
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Clark T M, dentist. 

Cox Mit, general store. 

Cranford Drug Co (L B Cranford, R A 

Farrington). 
Craver Win. general store. 
Davis & Weatherbee (51 F Davis, W F 

Weather bee), confectioners. 
Dean Lumber Co, A F Dean propr. 
Dewitt C Li. general store. 
English J H <& Co (J H English, E E 

Breedlove), hardware. 
Farrington R A, p'hvs and genl store. 
First State Bank (capital $r.5.000), Wm 

Craver pres, R B Arthur viee-pres, J 

E Gilbreath cashr. 
Gilbrenth .J E. cashr First State Bank. 
HAMLIN J D, I»ioi>r Central Hotel. (See 

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Hargrave I u, pnysician. 
HILL TOM W, J'ulilr The All»n N(1V|. 

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Hinds G C. tailor. 
Hopkins Fierce, general store. 
Hopkins & Willson F N Hopkins, J F 

Willson), cotton pin. 
Howard George, grocer. 
Irwin II L, meats. 
Jordan & Blizzard (Clyde Jordan, J D 

Blizzard), general store. 
Low A R, livery. 
McKnight F V, physician. 
Montgomery Bros, cotton gin. 
Morris S J. restaurant. 
Patten J ('. tailor. 
Rauney P D, baker. 
Rhodes H A. horse breeder. 
Sherwood Samuel, general store. 
Smith Bob. general store. 
Woodson W F, horse breeder. 



ALU A XV. 

Population 1,000. On the T. C. Ry., in 
Shackelford county of which it is the 
county seat, 03 miles northwest of Cisco. 
Has 2 cotton gins and 2 banks, a weekly 
newspaper, the News, is published. Has 
preparatory boarding school and public 
school, Methodist, Baptist, Presbyterian 
and Christian churches; principal ship- 
ments, cotton. Tel.. W. C Exp., Am. 
Telephone connections. F. K. Sterrett, 
postmaster. 
Albany Commercial League, A P Baker 

sec. 
Albany National Bank The (capital $50,- 

000), S Webb pres. C B Snyder, W H 

Green, E M Stephens vice-prests, W G 

Webb cashr. 
Albany News The (weekly), Paul Baker 

publr. 
Baker Paul, publr The Albany News and 

sunt Reynolds College. 
Baker Thomas V, countv coroner. 
Biggs Marshall W. sheriff. 
Bradford R S, poultry breeder. 
Broyie:: W M, poultry breeder 
Burleson S O, blacksmith 
Casey Zadok W, physician 
Cauble (J M, cattle breeder. 
Center A J, cattle breeder. 
Clark Proctor K, county surveyor. 
Coffee Samuel C, lawyer, real est and ins. 
Conrad George, poultry breeder 



Cook W J, cattle breeder. 
Davis Jay. confr and jeweler. 
Druinmond A M, poultry breeder. 
Ezell Dm ton II, general store and cotton 
buyer. 

FIDELITY A.VT) DEPOSIT CO. OE 
MAUVLAN1). Matthews & Blanton 
Agts. 

First National Bank (capital $75,000). 
N L Bartholomew pres, G T Reynolds 
and W D Reynolds vice-prests, A W 
Reynolds cashr. 

Flippen Charles, poultry breeder. 

Frtedly John II. notions. 

Frier James M. meats. 

George James B. drugs 

George James W, garage and plumber. 

Green L Willard, county attorney. 

Greggs G Lester, drugs. 

Hill L H. cattle breeder. 

Hollowell Luther S, hardware and auto- 
mobiles. 

Humber. D G, poultry breeder. 

Huskey Charles F, dentist. 

Huskey Louis C, live stock. 

King Bros Co (G C and W B King), 
furniture and undertakers. 

King J Alonzo. county judge and county 
supt of schools. 

Latimer George T. county treasurer. 

Long R Sutherland, county clerk. 

Lowery J Thomas, dry goods, milliner 
and cotton buyer. 

Lynch J C Mrs. poultry breeder. 

McLemore Wade, live stock and poultry 
breeder. 

Moberley H W, cattle breeder. 

Mui-rie Robert S, grocer and feed. 

Murrie R Gregg, physician. 

Nail J H. poultry breeder. 

Nail Robert E. feed and grist mill. 

Overton J P. poultry breeder. 

Puindexter Wm M. live stock. 

Price Nimrod R, plumber. 

Renfro & Son (J C and J H), grocers. 

Reynolds College. Paul Baker supt. 

Rockwell Bros A Co (Houston), F B 
Cloud mngr, lumber. 

Royal! T J & Sons, blacksmiths. , 

Russell II Craig, r r. iol and exp agt. 

Sackctt Hotel, Sidney Sackett propr. 

Saddler Harley, tailor. 

Simmons John II, cotton gin. 

Sedwick John F, poultry breeder. 

Sedwick & Cook (John E Sedwick, W H 
Cook), general store and milliners. 

Shoffit Louis, restaurant, and baker. 

Stand iter Wm G. tailor. 

Sterrett Frank K, cotton gin and post- 
master. 

Tornme C H. blacksmith. 

Webb Samuel, lawyer, livery and cattle 
breeder. 

Webb & Hill (S Webb, L H Hill), law- 
yers. 

Williams Hilton P, county assessor. 

Williams AV Ely, farm implements. 

Williams W II, poultry breeder. 

ALBERT. 

A rural postoflice in Gillespie county, 
20 miles east of Froderickburg, the 
county seat, and 25 from Comfort, the 
nearest banking point. 
ICimbrough & Kuebel, genl store and 

cotton gin. 



Patterson Andrew, dairy. 
Schramm George W. genl store. 
Shannon John, dairy. 



ALBION. 

A rural postoflice in Red River coun- 
ty, 18 miles north of Clarksville, the 
county seat, banking and shipping point. 
J W Price, postmaster. 
PRICE J W, Ccnerjil Store. 



ALDLNE. 

Population 150. On the I. & G. N. R. 
R. in Harris county, 12 miles from Hous- 
ton, the county seat and usual banking 
point. Tel., W U.; Exp., W. F. & Co. B 
J. Campbell, postmaster. 
Aldine Hotel, Mrs B J Campbell propr. 
Anderson C E, dairy. 
CAMPBELL I) .1, Genera! Store, Railroad 

Agent and Postmaster. 
Carpenter J C Fig Co, fig preservers. 
Filloau E A, artist. 
Henry John, poultry breeder. 
Johnson Frank O, blacksmith. 
Lillja S E. poultry brooder. 
Luthe O, dairy. 
Maxwell P G, poultry breeder. 
Nelson A F, poultry breeder. 



ALimiDGE. 
A postoflice in Jasper countv, 8 miles 
from Rockland, its shipping point. Mail 
daily. 

Crow-Moore Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 
Farmers' Mercantile Co, genl store. 
Kirby Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 

ALEDO. 

Population 500. On the T. P. Ry. in 
Parker county. 14 miles cast of Weather- 
ford, the county seat and 18 miles west 
of Ft. Worth. Has one cotton gin, a 
bank and 3 churches. Ships cotton, live 
slock and grain. Tel., W. U.; W. F. Exp. 
Co. Telephone connections. S. B. Gray, 
postmaster. 

Aledo House, M C Gainer propr. 
Aledo Telephone Co. W S Barrett mngr. 
Alexander Charles D, genl store. 
Bennett P A, blacksmith. 
Boaz Emery II. physician. 
Rowlen John D, restaurant and grocer. 
Citizens' Bank (capital 55,000), T J 

Overmier pres, M S Jones cashr. 
Collins Tilden J, r r, lei and exp agt. 
Farmer E D, cattle breeder. 
Gault W L, cotton buyer. 
Gray Ralph W, liverv. 
GRAY SAMUEL II. Postmnster. 
Gray & Underwood (Samuel B Gray, 

Charles H Underwood, genl store. 
Hildreth V O, cattle breeder. 
Hood & Farmer (Berry Hood, Edward 

Farmer), live stock feeders. 
Jones Abraham, drugs. 
Lasater Wm S, physician. 
Morgan" George W. drugs. 
Nichols Eli, grocer and meats. 
Overmier Thomas J, insurance. 
Sears John J, genl store and lumber. 
Sears & Emmons (John J Sears, Clyde G 

Emmons), cotton gin. 




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Population 500. On the S. N. & S. T. 
and T. C. Rys. in Erath county, 13 miles 
south of Stephenville, the county scat. 
It has three cotton gins, a bank, school 
and Baptist, Methodist and Christian 
churches. Cotton is the principal ship- 
ment. Tel., W. U.; Exp., Am. and W. F. 
Ai Co. Telephone connections. Edith L. 
Miller, postmaster. 

Alexander Farmers and Merchants' Gin 
Co (capital $8,000) James Greenway 
pres. A M Hale sec and treas. 
Alexander State Bank (capital $10,000), 
George W Riddle pres, A M Maloney 
and W B Warren -vice-prests, J L 
Richardson cashr. 
Alexander Tel Co. J S Splawn mngr. 
American Cotton Products Co (New York 
City), John D Inabnet mngr, cotton 
gin. 
Biggs J R. notions. 

Carter M T, restaurant, meats and liv- 
ery. 

COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Mrs N D Lenin 

Propr. 
Garrett E B, agt S N & S T Rv. 
Hatchet Edward, cattle breeder. 
Head J" M, transfer and bus line. 
Maloney A M, genl stcre. 
Moore Alfred, catile breeder. 
Pitt man D B, confectioner. 
Pittman II G & Co (H G Pittman, J C 

Turnbow, A M Halo), genl store and 

implements. 
Richardson J L. cashr Alexander State 

Bank, insurance and real estate. 
Rogers A, genl store. 
Boss R L, drugs. 
Stringer W C, horse hreeder. 
Strong W R, cotton gin. 
Thomas Johnson, cattle breeder. 
Tidwell '/., hog breeder. 

ALFALFA. 

A rural postoflice in Ochiltree county. 
15 miles from Ochiltree, the. county seat 
and nearest banking point, and ;(0 miles 
from Glazier, the nearest shipping point. 
Jesse Cook, postmaster. 
cook jesse, Live Slock Breeder. 
Jackson C E, blacksmith. 
Merydith W E, saw mill. 




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ALFRED. 

Population 50. On the S. A. & A. P. 
R. R. in Jim "Wells county', 12 miles from 
Alice, the county seat and 6 from Orange 
Grove, t He nearest banking point. Exp., 
\V. F. & Co. R. W. Newberry postmas- 
ter. 

Bitterman F D, cattle breeder. 
Gibson & King, cattle breeders. 
King Richard, cattle breeder. 
NEWBERRY" 11 \V, General Store. 
Reynolds Charles, cattle breeder. 
Reynolds Joseph, cattle breeder. 
Wright A A, cattle breeder. 

ALGO.V. 

Population 200. Js located at the junc- 
tion of the St. Li. B & M. and G. C. & S. 
F. Rys. in Galveston county, 24 miles 
southeast of Houston. It is surrounded 
by a prairie country well adapted to 
general farming, fruit and truck grow- 
ing. Land can be secured at reasonable 
figures. Several nurseries are located 
near here and with its railway facilities 
it would be an ideal location for canning 
plants, vegetable and produce shippers 
and similar' industries. Has good pub- 
lic school;:. Baptist and Methodist 
churches. Tel., W. U. ; Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Telephone connections. George C. Kneis- 
ley, postmaster. 
Algoa Fruit & Nursery Co, R H Bush way 

mngr. 
Collins C P, hay dealer. 
Cook George H jr, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Gulf Coast Development Co (capital 

5100,000), Claude Backus pres, George 

D Laing vice-pres, Allan E Jay sec 

and treas. 
Keith Howard C, r r, tel and exp agt. 
K.\E1SLEY GEORGE C, Postmaster mid 

Hotel. 
McGuffey Harvey H, genl store, hotel 

and real estate. 
Van Busklrk George, genl store. 

ALHAMBRA. 

A country postoflice in Hutchinson 
county, 10 miles from Plemons, the coun- 
ty seat and 20 from Pampa, the near- 
est banking and shipping point. C. S. 
Terry, postmaster. 
TERRY C S, General Store and Cuttle 

Breeder. 



ALICE. 

Population 3.500. The county seat of 
Jim Wells county. Located at the junc- 
tion of the T. M. & S. A. and A. P. Rys. 
Is well surrounded in every direction 
with vast acres of rich undeveloped 
lands, well adapted to stock raising, 
dairying, cotton, corn and trucking. Has 
a number of modern business blocks and 
fine residences with all civic improve- 
ments necessary to make a sanitary and 
modern city. Has churches of leading 
denominations, 2 strong banks, 2 week- 
ly newspapers, the Echo and the News 
are published, cotton oil mill, cotton 
gins, ice plant and a number of smaller 
industries that make up a prosperous, 
progressive country citv. Tel.. W. U.: 
Exp., ,W. F. & Co. Joseph Parker, post- 
master. 

Adams George, poultry breeder. 
Adams June, county tax assessor. 
Adams Wm, cattle breeder. 
Alamo Lumber Co (San Antonio), E R 

Schultz mngr. 
Alice' Bottling Works, E T Ewell nrnpr. 
ALICE COTTON OIL, CO (Capital S50.- 
000), Wm Adams Pres, P A Presnall 
Sec and Treas, Cold Pressed Cotton 
Seed Products. 
Alice Echo The (weekly), Echo Publish- 
ing Co publrs. 
Alice Furniture Co (G W Newberry, C 
W Perkins), furniture and under- 
takers. 
Alice Lumber Co (II N Stamper, Hart 

Mussey). 
Alice News The (weekly), C L Tanner 

publr. 
Alice Progressive Club, Walter Reefeld 
pres, George Nayer treas, C L Tanner 
sec. 
ALICE STATE HANK (Capital *7.-.,(MIO; 
Surplus $100,000), P A Presnall Pros, 
Wm Adams and Felix Hobbs, Vice- 
Prests, T H Clark, Cashr. 



Alice Water Works Plant (municipal^, 

James Gibbson commissioner. 
Atkinson N W, physician. 
Atlee Thomas, countv surveyor. 
AVERS <Vj GLOVER (Frank Aycrs, Mm 
H L Glover), l'roprs Commercial Ho- 
tel. 
Barrera Felix, grocer. 
Berrera S, grocer. 
Besse Joseph, confr and optician. 
Boucher H G, grocer. 
Bracken T G. agt S A & A P Ry and W 

F & Co Exp. 
Brocter Lorenz, lawver. 
Broeter & Savage (Lorenz Broeter, G \V 

Savage), abstracts. 
Burow & Davis (Charles Burow, W 

Davis), meats and live stock. 
CITIZENS' MILL & GIN CO (Capital 
$12,000), P A Presnall Pres and Mngr. 
CITIZEN'S' STATE HANK (Capital S35,- 
000), Directors Robert Schallert Pres. 
John R Scott Vice-Pres. Mac Word 
Cashr, Joe Reynolds, W T Wright. S 
Ross Peters and V W Taylor, J T 
Graham Asst Cashr, Special Attention 
to Collections. 
Clark Bros, cattle breeders. 
Clark Forrest, cattle breeder. 
Clegg G A, cattle breeder. 
COMMERCIAL HOTEL, Aycrs & Glover 
Proprs, Pleasantly and Centrally Lo 
eated. Free Sample Rooms, Rates $ 
Per Day. 
Denison J J Mrs, mngr Southwestern Tel 

& Tel Co. 
Dunn John, poultry breeder. 
Dunn J F, cattle breeder. 
East T T, cattle breeder. 
Kcho Publishing Co (capital $2,500). D 
S Booth pres, G F Nayer sec, publrs 
The Alice Echo. 
Fox it Ray, blacksmiths. 
Fuller Brown, hardware and Imple- 
ments. 
Garcia Luis, grocer. 
Garrett H W, county treas. 
Gee Charles, confectioner. 
Gonzalez Reyes, grocer. 
Gregory F H, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Grover G A, cattle breeder. 
Minnant T J, grocer. 

Hinnant W A, sheriff and tax collector. 
Hobbs George & Sons (est of George 
Hobbs, Felix and Rufus Hobbs), genl 
store. 
Hobbs Phil, lumber, furniture and hard- 
ware. 
Holbein & Adams, cattle breeders. 
Howell I G & Son (Isaac G and Wm T), 

dry goods. 
Tsis Theatre, Price & Gee proprs. 
Jackson .1 A, jeweler. 
Jett Stanley M, garage and machine 

shop. 
JIM WELLS ((ll.VTV ABSTRACT CO 
(Capital $7.01111). w W MeCampbell 
Pres. Wm Adams and Forrest Clark 
Viee-Pii-sts. P A Presnall Treas, J T 
Wright Sec and Mngr. 
Kearney M Mrs, milliner. 
Kentuck Ranch, poultry breeder. 
Kington J R, photographer. 
Kitzing Frank, notions. 
Lawrence J D, livery. 
Longoria L J, blacksmith. 
Lopez Margil, livery. 
Lynn Bros (Wm and John), garage and 

repair shop. 
McGill Bros (Frank and Claude), live 

stock. 
McGill H F & J C. cattle breeders 
McMaster W K, cattle breeder. 
Moreno A & Bros, genl store. 
\AVEIt p B, Clly Property and Mayor. 
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Perkins, SV W MeCampbell. J 
lie), lawyers. 

Perkins M J, physician. 

Perkins W \V, county judge and supt 
of schools. 

Pettit Walter, tailor. 

Pierce-Fordyce Oil Assn, J J Fw rum agt 

PRESNALL I" A, Pro* Alice state Bank 
and Citizens' Mill <fc Gin Co ar:d Sec 
and Treas Alice Cotton Oil Co. 

Price P P, poultry breeder. 

Progressive League of Southwest Texas. 
Alba Heywood (San Benito) pres, F 
Z Bishop (Bishop) vice-pres, J H 
Brrggs (Alice) sec, Joseph 
(Corpus Christi) treas. 

Ragland Thomas, cattle breeder. 

Kea George T Land Co (George 
Edward Stevens, C C Walker >. 

Uea Wayne, restaurant 

Reynolds House, Mrs Maggie P. 
propr. 

Rodriegez S, restaurant. 

Rummel Charles & Son (Chart 
David F), harness. 

Salasar T, genl store. 

Salinas C, restaurant. 

Savage G W, county and district clerk. 

Savage Samuel G, tailor. 

Schaoffer Ranch, poultry breeders. 

■SCHALLERT ROBERT, Pre* Citizens' 
State Bank. 

Sehoenhohnn G T, agt T & M Rv. 

Scott James F & Son. cattle breeders. 

SCOTT JOHN R, Vlce-Pres Citizens' State 
Bank. 

Sholars Land Co (L T Sholars. W W Al- 
lison). 

Skidmore R n. cattle breeder. 

SOUTHWESTERN ABSTRACT CO, (Cap- 
ital $3,000), T W Mass-:;. .Corpus 
Christi) mngr, (See a'd »• in Corpus 
Christi). 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Mrs J J 
Denison mngr'. 

Stevens J V, drugs. 

Strickland J S. physician. 

Tanner Chandler U publr The Alice 
News. 

Taylor V W, county attorr.ev. 

Vela 10 G & Co. cattle breeders. " 

Vick F M, physician. 

Walker Bros, IC C and J S), grain ar.d 
feed. 

Walker C C, grocer. 

Walt George J, plumber. 

Watts J PI, dentist. 

Wheeler St Payne (C H Wheeler. Frank 
E Payne), bakers. 

Willbern J F & Bro (J F and A D). 
drugs and books. 

Wood Robert N, jeweler. 

WORD MAC, Cashr Citizens' state Ilnnk. 

WRIGHT .1 T. See and Mngr .Mm Wells 
County Abstract Co and Notary. 

Young Men's Progressive League, A H 
Tubbs sec. 



ALIEF. 

Population 150. I )u the S. A. & A. P. 
Ry., in Harris county, 15 miles south- 
west of Houston, the countv seat and 
nearest banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. C. R. Hastings, postmaster. 
Bassinger J K, genl store. 
HASTINGS C R, Railroad and Express 

Agt. 
Hastings Ed D, genl store. 



ALLAMOORE. 

Population Id. c,n the T. & P. Rv., in 
Fl Paso county, 116 miles from El Paso, 
the county seat and 10 from Van Horn, 
lire nearest banking point. Tel. W. L'. : 
Exp., W. F. lK; Co. H. L. Titzer. post- 
master. 

Bounds F N, cattle breeder. 
Millican L K. catile breeder 
I'lT/.IIC R I„ Railroad and Express 

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Newberry Hotel, C L Lasitter propr. 
Parker Joseph, postmaster. 
Patton I A, lawyer. 
Perez Adolfo, genl store. 



ALLEN. 

Population 550. O.r Hie H. & T. C 
it. 11.. and on the Sherman-Dallas Inter- 
urban In Collin county. 8 miles south of 
McKinney, tin- county seat.. Has Baptist, 
Christian and Methodist churches and 
a bank, Tel.. W. P.: Exp., W. F. a- Co, 
Telephone connection, w. T. Poole, post- 
master, 

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ALLEX STATU II A Mi (Caplliil *^!>,000), 
S I" Bush Pres, J B Preston Cashr. 

Allen Water Co. M Whisenant pres. 

Bridge Bros, meats. 

Butler H G, grocer. 

Butler S W, corn mill. 

Cundiff W G. drugs. 

Dickerson, Bell & Cameron, dry g'oods. 

Erickson A K, hdwre. implts and harness. 

F'armers' Gin Co, C F Mathews mngr, 

Gaines W B, confectionerv. 

Howlett & Bell, grocers. 

Kinsey W M, telephone exeh. 

MeKinney Cotton Oil Mill Co. cotton gin. 

Marshall A D. grocer. 

Milligan "\\ r I*. grocer. 

STAHK GKAIX CO (l-liiun). I. G Slark 
Gen] Mngr, Wholesale Grain. 

Stroud .1 T, r r oxp and tel agt. 

Thomas J W, blksmith. 

Wilkins C 11, restaurant. 



ALU5XFARM. 

Population 100. On rut G„ C. & P. F. 
R. R. in Brazos county. IS miles from 
Bryan, the county seat and 10 from Xav- 
asota, the nearest banking point. Tel., 
W. U.; Exp., W. F. & Co. L. H. Jones, 
postmaster. 

.lON'K.S I, II, Postmaster.- 
Leach F, exp agt. 
Royes John D, general store. 
Terrell Bros, general store. 



ALLEYTOX. 

Population, 100. On the G. IT & S. A. 
R. R. in Colorado county. 3 miles from 
Columbus, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp.. W. F. it Co. Mrs. Louise 
Henicke, postmaster. 

Dittman C A (Estate ofi. general store. 
Everett Bros, general store. 
Harrison Robert H, drugs 
HISXJC.'KE LOUISE Mils, Post uiant er. 
Jalowy F S, blacksmith. 
Le Tulle II 10. r r and exp agt. 
Wink Louis, general store. 

AMiA. 

Population 250. On the H. & T. C. R. R. 
In Ellis county, 17 miles east of Waxa- 
hachie, the county s<-at. lias Catholic 
and Methodist churches and a bank 
Tel., W. U.; Exp.. W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. G. W. Collard. postmaster. 
Alma Farmers' Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Alma Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Alma Lumber Co, II w Zerwer mngr. 
ALMA STATE HANK K nul in I 810.000) 

G W Collard Pres, Tom Ramsey Cashr. 
Alma Telephone Co, Charles Hall mngr. 
Bastin N A, cotton buyer. 
Carter James T. physician. 
Cayce J L. blacksmith. 
Cayce W N. general store. 
Collard G W, drugs. 
Krcanbrack W W. restaurant. 
Fowler <fc Bastin. cotton gin. 
Gipson J L, general store. 
Hix J G, cotton buyer. 
Jenks Allen, real estate. 
Reynolds W E r r exp and tel agt. 
Stewart J L, general store. 
Treadawav II B. cotton buyer. 
Whitfill M, general store. 

ALMEDA, 

Population 200. On the I. & G. X. Ry 
in Harris county, ll'.i miles south of 
Houston, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp., W. F. <fc Co. Telephone 
connection. 

Mclnturff Elbert, general store. 
Parker Lumber Co. 
Parker Nelson, general store. 



ALPHA. 

A country postollice in Hutchinson 
county. 10 miles north of Pli-mons, the 
county seat. Mail, tri-weekly. 



ALPINE. 

Population 3,000. On the G. II. & S. A. 
and E. C. M. & O. Itys . in Brewster 
county, of which it is the countv seat. 
Has Baptist, Catholic. Christian. Metho- 
dist and Presbyterian churche 



Bxp., Am. and W. F. & Co. 
than, postmaster. 
■\lamo Lumber Co. 
Alpine Auto Co, The 



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Upine Avalanche (weekly;, W J Yates 

publr. 
Upine Candy Co. 
\lpine Business Men's Club, C K Moffett 

Alpine Guide The Cweekly)', Jesse McKec 

publr. 
Alpine Hardware Co. 
Alpine Lumber Co. 

Alpine Mercantile Co, general store. 
Alpine Power Co. 
Alpine State Bank (capital $25,000), B F 

Berkley pres, H W Ferguson asst 

cashr. 
Alpine Steam Laundry. 
Ater F W, agt K C M & O Ry and Am 

Exp Co. 
Bean Bros, notions. 
Bechtol W S, dentist. 
Berkley B F, physician. 
Caldwell W E, liour and feed. 
Campbell W V, notions. 
roLKMW W L, Postmnster, 
Crawford Guy & Co. grocers and hard- 
ware. 
Daisy Bakery & Candy Co. 
Daughtrey Wm & Son, cement block 

mnfrs and planing mill. 
Dean Mnfg Co. sheet metal works. 
First National Bank (capital $75,000), 

C A Brown pres. G W Baines jr cashr. 
Fletcher II T, cattle breeder. 
Garnett Walter, drugs. 
Gilbert J L. physician. 
Gould S G, agt G II & S A Rv and W F & 

Co Exp. 
Gourley W N, cattle breeder. 
Guthrie S R. cattle breeder. 
Hannum O E. cattle breeder. 
Irving J B, cattle breeder. 
Jackson J D. cattle breeder. 
Jackson * Harmon, cattle breeders. 
James Jason W, cattle breeder. 
Kleinman D, drv goods. 
Kokernot John W & II L. cattle hreeders. 
Kokernot J- W & L G. cattle breeders. 
Livingston Undertaking Co. 
Lockhard J H, confr and notions. 
McOaughey W F. cattle breeder. 
McKec Jesse, publr The Alpine Guide. 
Measday & Co, meats. 
Middlebrook J R. physician. 
Mitchell-Gillett Co. general store. 
Moore J W, meats. 
Novelty The, notions. 
Pecos it Rio Grande Telephone Co. 
Radford J M Grocer Co. whol grocers. 
Ritchey J T, grocer. 
Rixon J W, furniture 
Slight R B & Co, drugs. 
Stockman's Cafe, restaurant. 
Terry W II, cattle breeder. 
Vogt Paul, blksmith and wagonmkr. 
Wade R A, cattle breeder. 
Watts J M, general store. 
Weaver J W, cattle breeder. 
Weaver W D, cigars. 
Whisler M M, tinner and plumber. 
Wilson J P, cattle breeder. 
Yates W J, publr Alpine Avalanche. 

ALSDOItF. 

Population 60. On the T. M. R. R.. 
in Ellis county. 23 miles from Waxa- 
hachie. the county seat, and 10 from 
Ennis, the nearest banking point. Tele 
graph and telephone facilities. Exp., W. 
F. & Co. J. IT. Dodson, postmaster. 
Alsdorf Groccrv Co. 
nODSON" J H, General Store and Farmer. 
Farmers' Gin Co line), cotton gin. 
Feagins & Atwood (Ennis), cotton gin 

ALTAI It. 

Population 300. On the S. A. & A. P 
Uy., in Colorado county, 11 miles south 
of Columbus, the countv seat. Tel., W 
U.; Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone con- 
nection. J. H. Vogelsang, postmaster. 
Bunge L P, cattle breeder. 
Mascot L & C Co, cattle breeders. 
MILLER II C, Genera! Store. 
Seward E V, r r and exp agt. 
Walker H F, hotel and cattle dlr. 
Werila G C, cotton gin. 

AI.TA LOMA. 

Population 500. On the G.. C. & S. F. 
Ry.. in Galveston county. 18 miles west 
of Galveston, the county seat. Has Bap- 
tist, Catholic and Presbyterian church 



and a bank. Tel., W. II., Exp., W. F. & 

Co. Telephone connection. W. B. 

Kitchol, postcaster. 

Alloshouse M L, nursery. 

Alta Loma Business League, S S Linn sec. 

Mta Loma Dairy Co. 

Alia Loma Telephone Co. 

Dues George *SL- Sons, nursery 

EIItST STATE BANK •(Capital £10,000), 

I E Johnson Pres, W J Stoner Cashr. 
Moller A L, general store, cotton gin and 

lumber. 
Quinn J A. r r, exp and tel agt. 
Rogers E Q, general store. 
Uppenkamp Joseph blksmith. 



ALT A VISTA. 

A ranch postoffice In Jim Hogg county, 
miles from Hebronville, the county 
seat. 

Holbein R R. cattle breeder. 
Villareal Nieves E, cattle breeder. 



ALTO. 

Population 500. On the St. L. S. W. 
Ry., in Cherokee county, 12 miles south- 
east of Rust, the county seat. Has 2 
banks and a weekly newspaper. Tel., 
W. U.. Exp., W. P. & Co. Telephone 
connection. 
Agnew N H, grocer. 
Allen E E. publr Alto Herald. 
Allen J F. drugs 
Alto Drug Co. 
Alto Gin and Crate Co. 
Alto Herald, E E Allen publr. 
Alto Ice Co, ice mnfrs. 
Alto Light and Power Co. 
Alto Saddlerv Co, harnessmkrs. 
Alto State Bank (capital $10,000), M C 

l'arrish pres, T D Miller cashr. 
Alto Trading Co, hdwe and implts. 
Arrant R E, general store. 
Arrant T A. cotton gin. 
Bates & Wood, restr and confrs. 
Berryman & Waters, general store. 
Rlanton Bros, general store. 
Blount-Decker Lumber Co. lumber 

mnfrs. 
Bradley & Martin, grocers. 
Brock B D, restaurant. 
Burnett J M, general store. 
Carter J W, general store. 
Collier & Maddox, meats. 
Consumers' Timber Co, lumber mnfrs. 
CONTINENTAL STATE HANK (Capital 

$15,000), .1 G Wilkinson I'res, Gus 

Rounsaville Cashr. 
Davis E K, grocer. 
Fanners' Union Telephone Co. 
Feazelle & Holcomb, general store. 
Fisher & King, dry goods. 
Frank, Ha us & Crouch, dry goods. 
Guren Lena, notions. 
Harrison S F, drugs. 
Hinman C, saw mill. 
Hogan-Goodson Hardware and Furniture 

Co. 
Holcomb S M. general store. 
Holcomb W F. general store. 
Hughes J B, jeweler. 
Imboden & Perkins (Wm M Imboden, 

Bennett B and James I Perkins jr), 

lawyers, office also at Rusk. 
Landr urn M F. general store. 
Noblett John, grocer. 
Xoell J F, notions 
Scales ife Thomas, tailors. 
Selman & Anderson, grocer's and notions. 
Smith J E. jeweler. 
Thomas Bros, hdwe and furn. 
Wallace J F. general store. 
Waters W E, bottler. 
Williams W T, grocer. 
Willis J A, cotton gin. 
Willis J W, grocer. 



ALTOGA. 

Population 133. In Collin county. 10 
miles from MeKinney, tile county seat 
and shipping point. Has a Baptist 
church and a bank. Telephone connec- 
tions. John Watkins. postmaster. 
Altoga State Bank (capital $10,000), G 

W Riddle pres, W T Dunn cashr. 
Anderson F H, cotton buyer. 



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Boyer D M, blacksmith and grist mill 

Boyer W S, harnessmkr. 

Collins ec Dunn, cotton gin. 

Dunn W T, drugs, grocer and cotton 
buyer. 

Hunton J B. grocer. 

Mantooth John T, physician. 

Terrell J SI, livestock breeder. 

Watkins Bros, general store. 

WATKLXS JOJIX, Livestock Dealer and 
Postmaster. 

Watkins K D. cotton buyer. 

Watkins, Mantooth & Anderson Co. gen- 
eral store and produce. 



ALTON. 

Population 50. On the S. B. & R. G. 
Ry., in Hidalgo county, 9 miles south- 
west of Edinbutg, the county seat, and 
5 from Mission, the nearest banking 
point. Telephone connection. Frank 
Levermann, postmaster. 

Ashley Charles, general store. 
Chase Louise, osteopath. 
LEVEKJIAW FRANK, Insurance, Live- 
stock Breeder and Postmaster. 
Mueller J P, onion grower. 
Resales M S, general store. 
Spillman T Hall, general contr. 
Weidenfeller John, hotel. 



AI.TOMA. 

A country postoflioe in San Augustine 
county, 16^ miles southwest of San 
Augustine, the count>' seat, banking and 
shipping point. Mail, tri-weekly. 
Waggoner & Son, general store, 
and 2 weekly newspapers. Tel., W. U.; 



AI.TIRA. 

A rural postofbee in HI Paso county, 
4 miles north of El Paso, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. J. L. Kale, postmaster. 

Plain A T, grocer. 
t'lilTnrd Plato, dairy. 

KALE .1AMI.S L.'Kclll JOstnle and Insur- 
ance. 

ALVARADO. 

Population 1,000. An incorporated vil- 
lage on the G. C. & S. F. and M. K. & T. 
Rys., in Johnson county, 1- miles east 
id' Cleburne, the county seat, and 28 
miles south of Foil Worth. Has 3 
gins, an oil mill and compress, electric 
light and water works, a graded school, 
2 banks, a weekly newspaper. The Bul- 
letin, is published, Methodist, Baptist, 
Presbyterian and Christian churches. 
The principal shipments are cotton and 
grain. Tel.. W. I".. Kxp., W. F. & Co. 
and Am. Telephone connection. L. II 
Hill, postmaster. 

Alderson AVm S, livery. 

Alvarado Business Men's Club, B L 

Shelton sec. 
Alvarado Compress The, Aaron E Bill- 

ingsley mngr. 
Alvarado Cotton Oil Co, John S Hall 

man mper. 
Alvarado Klectrie Light Plant. 
Alvarado Grocery Co. 



ALVARADO STATE BANK THE (Cap- 
ital $25,000, Surplus and Undivided 
Profits $5,000), Jay Laramore Pres and 
Cashr. J B Camp'bell, W A Selvidge 

and W A Senter Vice-Presidents. C A 
Kelly Asst Cashr: Do a General Bank- 
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Capital, $25,000 

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Alvarado Water Works, village of Al- 
varado owner. 
Baker & Coleburn (J Y Baker, J H Cole- 
burn), furniture and undertakers. 
Bishop Samuel T, notions and agt Am 

Exp Co. 
Brown John T, pianos. 
Bulletin The (weekly), Charles F Pardue 

publr. 
Campbell Edward C, meats. 
Carlow O S. physician. 
Commercial Hotel, Mrs Ella Campbell 

propr. 
Cooley Porter A, baker. 
Crownrich Marian, notions. 
Dean Andrew D, harness. 
Duncan S E, grocer. 
Ewing Lula Mrs, hotel. 
Frrmers' and Merchants' Lumber Co, B 

M Sansom pres, John Duke vice-pres, 

G R Gaskin sec, W C Glasgow treas. 
First National Bank The (capital $75,- 

000), B M Sansom pres, John Duke 

vice-pres, J R Posey cashr. 
Gerdes Herman IT, jeweler. 
Hay & Barrineau. blacksmiths. 
Hill L E, postmaster. 
Hodge Jesse L, tailor. 
Hollar H D, vet surgeon. 
Howell Cloy N, tailor. 
Jackson W E', physician. 
Jones James C, grocer. 
Jones Thomas N, jeweler. 
LARAMORE JAV, Pros ami Caxhr The 

Vlvarado State Hank (See adv). 
Ligon *i Co (J M Ligon, L H Samson), 

live stock. 
Mahanay L D. agt W F & Co exp. 
Malone IVm H, agt M K & T Ry. 
May-field ,* Pope (Wm Mayfieid, R P 

Pope), grocers. 
Montgomery Wm A, restaurant. 
Moser Dry Goods Co (Thab B Moser), 

dry goods. 
Norman Wm B. drugs. 
Oaks A D, insurance. 
Page Wm E. notions. 
Pardue Charles F. publr The Bulletin. 
I'ark Charles H, urdware and implts. 
Peoples' Grocery Co The, T J Kelly pres. 

A E Billingsley sec and treas, L J 

Lancaster mngr. 
Planters' Gin Co, K G Cashion mngr. 
Poindexter J JJ Mrs, agt W U Tel Co. 
Poindexter & Blair (Wm Poihdexter, 

John Blair), cotton buyers. 
Pollard Walter E, cotton gin. 
Pope Peter K, grocer. 
Pope & Ballinger (Peter E. Pope, James 

W. Ballinger), moving pictures. 
Prestridge Wm A, drugs and jeweler. 
Rutledge S B, live stuck. 
Salvidge Wm A, grocer. 
Sansom Bros (Paul and Byron;, drj 

goods. 

nter F J, furniture and undertaker. 
Shuliz Bros (John and Ernest), confrs, 
Shultz, Campbell & Clayton (E A Shultz, 

H T Campbell. W A Clayton), hdware 
hultz Charles A, physician. 
Sitton J W. physician. 
Skelton Wm II. lawyer. 
Smith Edwin o, sewing machines 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Thomas G 

Blair mngr. 
Spittles Jesse, insurance. 
Spinks Wm H. lawyer. 
Temples Alfred L. restaurant. 
Tobolowsky Jacob, dry goods. 
Weaver A V. drugs. 
W'ris- It t .v Son. blacksmiths. 



ALVIN. 

Population 2,500. On the G. C. ,6r S. F^ 
the T. & B. V. and the Frisco Rys.. in 
Brazoria county. 2') miles northeast .. ' 
Angleton. the county seat, -'0 north o* 
Galveston atul 24 south of Houston 
Has Methodist. Presbyterian. Baptist ar 
Christian churches, 2 banks, 1 gin. elt - 
trie light and waterworks. Two weekly 
newspapers, Sun and Advocate, are pul - 
[ished. 't'lie principal shipments a.r>* cot- 
ton, fruit and vegetalile=. Tel.. W. L" . 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Richard H. King, 
postmaster. 

Abbott W C, cattle breeder. 
Airdomc Theatre. 
Alexander C W, poultry breeder. 
Alvin Ai]\ocate (weekly), John N. Hor- 

publr. 
Alvin Business Men's League, E L Lor.j, 

sec. 
Alvin Electric Light Plant and Water- 
works, P H Manaker mngr. 
Alvin Fruit & Truck Assn, A C Abraha:.-. 

mngr, whol fruits. 
Alvin Hotel. ^ A Noodell propr. 
Alvin Japanese Nursery Co, S Arai pres. 

S Kato sec. 
Alvin Mercantile Co. S O Smith mngr. dry 

goods and grocers, 
Alvin Printing Co, John X Horn propr. 
Alvin State Bank (capital $20,000), S O 
Smith pres. J H Kemper vice-pres, V," 
L Brownng cashr. 
Alvin Steam Laundry Co, George E Bran- 
don mngr. 
ALVIN SUN (Weekly). Mrs Chas B 
Bailey Publr (See adv below). 



Mrs. Chas. B. Bailey 

OWNEa AND rCBLISHKB 

Eetabliehed in 1S91 

fhe oldest and most widely react newspaper 
published in Brazoria County. 

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Alvin & Houston Creamery Co (Hous- 
ton). James Deland mngr. 
Arnold I B, livery. 
Ayers W E. poultry breeder. 
BAILEY CHARLES H MRS, Publr Alvin 

Sun. (See adv. ) 
Barber-McDonald Co (Richard J Barber. 

Charles E McDonald), dry goods and 

grocers. 
Bates Alpheus E. notions. 
Bell Joseph R, nurserv. 
Benson Carneal W, Ilorist and a? t W i" 

& Co Exp. 
BENSON < ARNEAL W JR (Southern 

Fruit a ttd Produce Co i 
BENSON WINFIEI.D s (Southern Fruit 

and Produce Co). 
Blai'- Wm C. auctioneer. 
Blair W C & Co ( Wm C and Bertha 

Blair), confrs. 
Borosky .1 J ,^- Son. nursery. 
Braughton Enos. poultry hreeder. 
Browning I-Umbei Co, W L Browning 

propr. 
Brumtiihl Richard s. phvsiclan. 
Ill Mil \\ VI.TI.lt It. i , .. ,„] Contrac- 
tor. 
Byers & Jackson (George A Byers, Jolt". 

s Jackson), lawyers. 
Calhoun James I- act G C & S F Ry. 
Carlisle .1 W Mrs. florist. 
Canton Thomas W, men's furnishings 
Citizens' State Bank (capital $50,000'. 

Richard H King pres, J s TYellbor. 

cashr. 
Clark Krlwin. physician. 
Cottage Hotel, W M t'zzell propr. 
Coward John II. wood. 

ouch John W, hardware. 



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I'as'cr John, cattle breeder. 

Davis Watkin E & Co (Wntkin B Davis), 
feed. 

Drake & Son (Miller L Drake), grocers 

JHierseli Henry, baker. 

Durant .T F, cattle breeder. 

KdlinR- II A, poultrv breeder. 

EDWARDS TtKis C. Wholesale Haj-, 
Fruit and Vegetables. 

FIDKIilTY AMI nF.POSlT CO OF 
MAR.VLAXD, S Itt Jack Agt. 

Fields 11 B, poultry breeder. 

Fisher C, poultrv breeder. 

FOIU1 II II * F C <!U-iir> H mill Francis 
C), General Insurance. 

French Marion IS, drugs. 

Froberg John A, undertaker, livery and 
vet sury. 

Froberg Robert M, restaurant. 

Froberg R, poultry breeder. 

Fry John \V, harness. 

CiAI/VlO/oni.V POULTRY FARMS. G A 
Knapp Propr, Breeders of Fancy Toul- 
try. 

Gambrino John, tailor. 

Golden Rod Poultry Farm, poultry breed- 
ers. 

Grass Henry, laAvyer. 

Haisley Shoe -Co tFred G and Bessie 
Haisley I, 

Haley Wm L, hardware and furniture. 

Hall Bros (Charles H and Allen E), no- 
tions. 

"Hobos Jesse, real estate. 

Hood R J, grocer. 

Houseman Jesse C. parage. 

Humphries T A, mens furnishings. 

Jackson Bred, poultry breeder. 

JAC'KSQX J S, Lawyer, General Prac- 
tic-r (See adv below >. 



J. S. JACKSON 

Special Attention to Real Estate and 
Commercial Law 

Phone h! ALViN, TEXAS 



Kellogg L L, &. Co. poultry breeders. 

Kimmihs Cartridge Li, real estate and 
ins. 

King Bros I Richard H and Fred B), gro- 
cers. 

King F B. wholesale hay. 

King Richard H. postmaster. 

King-Scott Lumber Co, (C II King). 

Knapp \. poultrv breeder. 

liXAPP fiKORGE A, Civil auil Consult- 
ing Kngineer. (See adv below.) 

KNOX JAMES M, i'liMr Alvin City 
Directory. 

Kruger .A. poultry breeder. 

Libby H T. florist. 

LIVERPOOL HAY AMI GRAIN" CO (Cap- 
ital 5.10.000). J M Goss Pres, F C Ford 
Vice -Pros. H H Ford Sec and Treas, 
"Wholesale Hay and Grain. 

Bong Emmet B, grocer. 

McKain Donald M, confectioner. 

McClendon A K, grocer. 

^Matthews J F, physician. 

Merchant James B, photographer. 

Much Frederick Produce Co (Fred 
Much). 

Owen John A, real est. 

Palace Theatre. 

Peak W B, dentist. 

Peerless Printing Co, Fred Jertel, propr. 

Pollard Albert J, physician. 

Rammer James J, jeweler. 

Remley F A, physician. 

Rernley Lizzie Mrs, drugs. 

Sanders John F f furniture. 

Schepatti Bouis, restaurant. 

Shafer C B, physician. 



Sheffield Earl J. florist. 

Sheffield Land Co The (George W Shef- 
field i. 

Shirley Fruit and Produce Co (J W Shir- 
ley, T A Story), 

"Show Me" Poultry Farm, poultry breed- 
ers. 

Skeete John F, meals. 

Smith S ("i, cattle breeder. 

SOITIII'.HN I'll! IT ANL» PRODUCE CO 
<W S and C VV Benson jr), Wholesale 
Fruit and Vegetables. 

Southland Lumber Co (Houston), Jack 
Cooke mngr. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, Robert D 
Williams mngr. 

Star Furniture Co, James A Heck mngr. 

Star Theatre. 

Steele W C Mrs. florist. 

Steidley & King (ElihU E Steidley, Al- 
bert E King), real estate. 

Stevens & Stevens (T H, Jennie and 
Borrie). florists. 

Stewart Horace H, feed. 

Stockwell Nursery 'Co, Weed Stoclcwell 
mngr. 

Stockwell Wm R, real estate and ins. 

Texas Nursery and Floral Co, D Lee 
Sla taper propr. 

Thomas E L, livery. 

Thomas N F, cattle breeder. 

Tw\man Wm G. tinner 

Vogan John W, dentist. 

WEBSTER E C & .1 F (Edwin C anil J 
Frank), Real Estate, Loans ami insur- 
ance. 

Wellborn Bros (Claude C and Olin G). 
dry goods and clothing. 

Wen cz Anna E, music. 

Wilhelm D F. garage. 

Williams & Williams (Robert D and 
Vera), grocers. 

Winn Foster R. physician. 

Wood Harry J, restaurant. 

Wood Wm B. broom mntr. 

Woodward Bert, drugs. 



Al.VOUl). 
Population 1,200. In Wise countv, on Ft. 
W. .<• D. R. R., 12 miles northwest of 
Decatur, the county seat, and 50 miles 
north of Ft. Worth. Has 2 cotton gins, 
a bank, a newspaper, The Alvord News, 
graded school. Methodist, Baptist and 
Christian churches. Tel., W, U., Exp., 
Adams. Telephone connection. David 
W. Cooper, postmaster. 
Adcock John R, grocer. 

Alvord Commercial Club, S M Ward sec 
ALVORD HOTEL. It <; Hatohett Propr.' 
Alvord Mineral Wells Co, A Q Gentrv 

pies, S M Gose sec. 
Alvord News (weekly), Claude Council 

publr. 
Alvord State Bank (capital $40,000), J 

B Norris pres, Terrell Collins vice- 

pres. Wm Co\ ington cashr. 
Bayhnam II O Mrs. milliner. 
Collins Terrell, general store. 
Council Claude, publr Alvord News. 
Cox George W, physician. 
Dabnev John, drugs. 
Ft Worth Cotton Oil Co (Ft Worth), J 

D Bowe mngr, cotton gin. 
Frensley & Mullin (Edward P Frensley, 

Ira S Mullins), grocers and hardware. 
Gose John M. physician. 
Hallabaugh Thomas F, grocer. 
HA'I'CIIETT R G, Propr Alvord Hotel. 
Krudwig John J, real estate. 
Malone & Richardson (James Malone, 

Edward E Richardson), cotton gin. 
Miller John A, jeweler. 
Owen Edward, produce. 
Phillips Solomon B. general store. 
Redwine George H, dry goods. 
Uedwine Wm Y, drugs and jeweler. 
Rhoads Wm A, lumber. 



Iih>ne J Richard, furniture, hardware 

and undertaker. 
Ryan Richard, notions. 
Samples Ralph A, tailor. 
Siver & Siv. r (Philip It and Charles Mi. 

drugs. 
Slaton Hotel, Thomas Whitlow propr. 
Sparkman John T, nhvsician. 
Tenney & Carter lAlsie A Tenney. John 

T Carter), general store. 
Thomas James B, drv goods. 
Thompson W H. blacksmith. 
Ward Samuel M. hardware. 
Warner G W, blacksmith. 
Wilkinson Arthur D, confectioner and 

restaurant. 

AMARU. I. O. 

Population, 11,000. The judicial seal 
of Potter county and the capital of the 
Pan-Handle, is located on the Ft. W. 
& D. C, the P. & N. T„ the S. K. P.. R. 
of Texas, and on the C. B. I. & G. P.. 
Railroads, 022 miles from Galveston and 
1.043 southwest of Chicago. These four 
railroads centering here. with their 
freight terminals, roundhouses, shops, 
etc.. make it the principal railroad point 
between Kansas City and the Bio Grande 
a distance of over a thousand miles 
Amarillo has a water works system with 
a capacity of 1. 000.000 gallons dailv. 
sewerage system, electric light plant, 
thoroughly equipped tire department, 
local and long distance telephone facil- 
ities, 5 banks, first class hotels. 2 news- 
papers, churches of the leading de- 
nominations, fine schools, etc. The gov- 
ernment has maintained a weather sta- 
tion here since ISS5. and has also an 
experimental farm, whose operations in 
the cultivation of various grasses, fod- 
der, plants, etc.. are of great value. The 
Chamber of Commerce is an important 
factor in the upbuilding of the com- 
munity. Tel., W. V., Exp., Adams, U. S. 
and W. F. & Co. 

Adamson V C, real estate 112 E 3d 
Alfalfa Lumber Co (Kansas City, Mo). 

F W Foresman mngr. 
Amarillo Bank and Trust Co (capital 
$50,000), Ray Wheatley pres, Charles 
A Fisk cashr. 
Amarillo Business Mens' Assn. John 
Grithn pres, Henry Rietman vice-pres, 
Claude Kennehiew sec, J II Harris 
treas, 1 Fun.ua bklg. 
AMARILLO CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 
THE, W H Fuqtia Pres, B T Ware. C 
T Herring and Lee Bivins Vice-Pres- 
idents, Seth B Holraan General Sec- 
retary, Hamlin Palmer Asst Sec, Ray 
Wheatlev Treas. 
AMARILLO COLLECTION" B V R E A I", 
Jasper N Haney Attorney, Collections 
Made Anywhere, 51S Taylor. 
Amarillo Commercial Co, A S Stlnnette 
propr. wholesale cotton seed products 
11 Old Eberstadt bldg. 
AMARILLO DAILY NEWS, \V .1 Wil- 
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Amarillo Grain and Coal Co (J M Rus- 
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Amarillo Greenhouses, J E Kallenbach 

propr. 4th and Jackson. 
Amarillo Hardware Co (Inc.), E W 
Hardin pros, II B Thompson sec, 518 
Polk. 
AMARILLO HOSPITAL, fioorce S Mur- 
phy Propr and Surgeon in Charge, 
Non-Sectarian, Open to the Profession 
tor All Cases Except Mental and Con- 
tagious, 111 W 5th. 

Amarillo Improvement Co, Mark Logan 
pres, W AY Lynch sec and treas, real 
estate 619 Polk. 

Amarillo Lumber Co (Inc), II W Gal- 
braith pres, L B Newby sec and gen- 
eral mngr. 

Amariilo Marble and Granite Works, El- 
mer G Webb mngr, 100 N Buchanan. 

Amarillo Mill and Elevator Co (Inc), 
H B Masterson pres. J N Bensley sec- 
treas and general mngr. 

Amarillo National Bank (capital 5100.- 
000), B T Ware pres. C T Ware cashr, 
4th and Polk. 
Amarillo National Life Insurance Co 
The, C T Herring pres, C B Johnson 
1st vice-pros and general mngr, Lee 
Bivins 2d vico-pres, G J Brothers sec. 
W H Fuo,ua treas. 

Amarillo Nursery and Seed Co, D J 
Muncy pres, 28 Fuqua bldg. 

Amarillo Planing Mill Co, J D Ander- 
son propr. 

Amarillo Public Library, Betty Stanlev 
librarian. City Hall bldg. 

Amarillo Sheet Metal Works, John R 
Trolinger propr, 307 Tyler. 

Amarillo Steam Laundry Co (Inc), R H 
Ames pres and mngr. 300 Harrison 

Amarillo Street Railway Co, Frank A 
White general mngr. 

Amarillo Tire and Rubber Co, B K 
Barker propr, 515 Tyler. 

Amarillo Traction Co, Mark Logan pres, 
M A Brown vice-pres, W W Lynch sec 
and treas, G19 Polk. 

Armour & Co, D E McGlasson mngr, 
■wholesale meats 210 Polk. 

Armstrong Transfer and Storage Co (A 
D Armstrong), 1st and Lincoln. 

Arnot John, cattle. 

Arterburn Wellington, real estate and 
ins. 

Askew Wm A, brick dealer and ins 2 
Fuqua bldg. 

Atchison Topeka and Santa Fe Ry, F C 
Fox general mngr, G C Starkweather 
genera] supt. 

Aten R G, tailor 114 E 4th. 

Avery Co of Texas (Dallas, Tex), George 
L Roberts mngr, steam, gasoline and 
oil tractors :*"ju Tyler. 

Avery J H, cattle. 

Baker Elizabeth, artist 8 Eakle bldg. 

Baker G W, restaurant. 

Barnes T J, blacksmith. 

Barnes T S, trainmaster C R I & G Ry. 

Barnes W Latncy, real estate 117 E 5th. 

Barrett Leonidas (', lawyer. 

Bartlett J D, grocer 600 Polk. 

Bass Grocery Co (J S Bass. II C Hole- 
man, Wm Austin), 1410 Buchanan. 

Bates L E, lawyer. 

Beard James B, clothing 514 Polk. 

Bennett S II, grocer 10th and Pierce. 

BERRY J C, Architect and Super- 
intendent, 211-30 Fuqua Bldg (See adv 
belOw). 



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Phone No. 266 AMARILLO, TEXAS 



Berry-Sloan Co (Ida Berry, Mrs W E 
Sloan), photographers 411 Polk. 

Bigger Plumbing and Heating Co, R L 
Bigger pres, C A Bigger sec, 411 Tay- 
lor. 

Bishop Henry S, district atty 47th judi- 
cial district. I 

Bivins Lee, cattle breeder. 

Bivins M G, cattle. 

Blackburn Bros (Calvin J and Henry 
W), clothing 422 Taylor. 



BLACKBURN BROS ABSTRACT CO, 

P Blackburn Mngr. Real Estate and 
Abstracts I ;i New Fuqua Bldg, 
BLACKBURN W P, Mngr ltlnrkliurn 

Bros Abstract Co. 19 New Fuqua Bldg 

Blanehard C C F, real estate and ins 129 
E 5th. 

Bolton & Popharn. cattle breeders. 

Bonar J L. poultry breeder. 

Bone & Parr (F-';d;.ick Bone. Geoi 
Parr), contractors. 

Bonner R P, cattle. 

Boyce Wm, lawyer 2S-9-30 Carson bldg 

Brady-Neely Grocer Co. C C Brady pres, 
1) W Owen vice-pres. R C Neely sec 
and treas, who! grocers 09 S Taylor 

Brazelton, I ryor & Co (W B and T W 
Brazelton, W W Pryor, Charles Brew 
inglon), lumber and coal 2d and Till 
man. 

Brinkcr Joseph, general freight and 
passenger agt P & N T Ry. 

Bristow Roscoe. dentist 137 Fuqua bldg 

Britt & Trolinger (H M Brit*. H H 
Trolinger), sheet metal works 601 
Taylor. 

Brown J A, life ins. 

Brown Sam J, sec and treas city of 
Amarillo City Hall. 

Browning J M, cattle. 

Browning J N Hon, judge 47th judicial 
district. 

Browning S J, shoes 408 Polk. 

Bryant J E Co (Inc). J E Brynat pres. 
E L Higinbolham sec, whol fruits and 
produce. 

Brymer Wade H, life ins 906 Taylor. 

Buckinham Frank, cattle. 

Bukoviny Frank, automobiles 106 W 6th 

Burniiam True B, grocer 17th and Wash- 
ington. 

Burrow James M, grocer 406 Taylor. 

Burwell Wm M, sheriff. 

Caldwell E A, automobiles 307 Polk. 

Campbell w C, eonfr 510 E 1st. 

Campbell & Harding (J P Campbell. H 
C Harding), cattle 301 Polk 

Casler Charles, contractor 904 Fillmore 

Cazzell Bros (Wm E and L Cecil), fur- 
niture 604 Polk. 

Cazzell C. taxidermist. 

Central Hotel, Mrs M R Herrington, 310 
Fillmore. 

Charles J H, cattle. 

CHENEY J W, Mngr l'.-iiihaiiille Pub- 
lishing Co. 3d and Tavlor. 

Chesnutt II E, hardware 405 Polk 

Chicago Rock Island and Gulf Ry, J I 
Johnson general agt, J W Farley local 
agt. 

City Light and Water Co. Frank A White 

general mngr, 6th and Taylor. 
Clayton J M. real estate 19 Fuqua bldg. 

Clements Gertrude M, osteopath 2-4 Old 
Eberstadt bldg. 

Clements Kibby J. osteopath 2-4 Old 
Eberstadt bldg. 

Collins Charles E, second hand goods 115 
Buchanan. 

COMMONWEALTH IIOXDIVO V Ml CVS- 
I.V1.TV IXSURAXCE CO (Fort Worth) 
W A Askew Agent. Fuqua Bldg i See 
front cover, left top lines and adv in 
Fort Worth Section i. 

Considine Thomas J, observer U S 
Weather Bureau. 

Cooper, Merrill & Lumpkin (H IT Cooper, 
Sam R .Merrill. A A Lumpkin), law- 
yers Amarillo Natl Bank bldg. 

Cornelius H T. meats 312 E 4th. 

Court of Civil Appeals 7th Supremo 
Judicial District, S P Huff chief jus- 
tice, J M Oakes clerk. 
Creamer Daniel M, coal 100 N Buchanan. 
Cronkhiti >*t Parker (Frank Cronkhite, 
C F Parker), steel silos 3d and Polk. 
Crossett W W, automobiles 114 W 5th. 
CRUIXitMJTOX .V WORKS (J W Crude- 
ington, F 1" Works), Lawyers and 
Notaries. 
Crume ti. Killough (J J Grume, R S Kil- 

lough). physicians 1-3 Bivins bldg. 
Crystal tee Co tine). Earl Cobb pres, C 

P Elliott set . 216 Polk. 
Cullen Mark, feed barn. 
CULP SAMUEL (;, Employment Agent 
and Dealer in. Second Hand Goods 105 
E 4th. 
Cunningham .?• McGregor (M W Cun- 
ningham, .1 F .McGregor), real estate 
8 1' O bldg. 
Currie J .7. cattle. 



Currie & Co (Thomas Currie. J E Spann, 
J S Nugent), real estate and abstracts 
105 E 5th. 

Curtis J W, grocer 11th aril Van Buren. 

Curtis W R a.- T A, cattle breeders. 

DAILV PANHANDLE, Pnnhnndle Pub- 
lishing Go Puolrs, 3d and Taylor (See 
adv below). 



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Dalkey A H, coal. 

Darnell P E, restaurant 405 1 2 Polk. 

Davidson Curtis (Sam Davidson, J O 

Curtis), cattle. 
Davis John F, restaurant 410 Tavlor. 
Dawson Fuel Sales Co. P W Tafel div 

sales apt, 36 Fuqua bldg, 
Deandi Theatre, O D Anding propr. 
DeBaugh A E Mrs, grocer 107 Johnson 
DeFerron Ernest Mrs, hairdresser 617 

Polk. 
DeOrassi Winnette D, agt Adams Exp 

Co. 300 Taylor. 
Dennison W H. railroad contr. 
Denver Depot Hotel. Sam Wood mngr, 

Ft Worth and Denver City R R depot. 
Derden David, lawyer. 
Dickson A S, drugs 50S rolk. 
Dockray Land Co, W H Dockray mngr, 

6 Webster bldg. 
Dodson Fred W, dentist 12- IS Carson 

bldg. 
Draughon's Business College. C Homer 

Wileman mngr, 228 Taylor. 
Duff Michael, meats 513 E 4th. 
DUX K <; .V; CO "The Mercantile \genc>. - ' 

Buford B White mngr, ~-4 Chanslor 

Bldg (See bottom edge and left top 
lines). 
Dunaway J F, real estate 105 Buchanan. 
DUREN R W, Mugr McKnlght * Wil- 
liams Abstract Co, 10S W 5th. 
Durrett J M. racket store 519 Polk. 
Dyer J Q, contractor. 
Eakle C M, undertaker 60S Polk. 
Early Grain and Elevator Co. Allen 

Early propr, 1619 Johnson. 
Eberhardt Sallie I, artist. 
Eberstadt A, real estate. 
Eldredge Dora, restaurant 518 E 1st. 
Elk Hotel, Blackwell A: Hughes proprs, 

3d and Taylor. 
Elmhirst Hotel, J M Kindred propr, 5th 

and Taylor. 
Emerson-Brantingham Implement Co 

(Rockford, 111), W D Snoddy and R 11 

Stiteler mngrs, 1st and Fillmore. 
Engman Edward, restaurant 413 Polk. 
Estes R W, real est and ;ns 24 Fuqua 

bldg. 
Fagan S T & Son, cattle. 
Fambrough Anna, restaurant 307 E 4th. 
Faris R S, physician 8 Chanslor bldg. 
Farley J W, local agent C R I & G Ry. 
Farmers' Educational and Co-operative 

Union, W Arterburn sec. 
Feltman L J. confr 405 Polk. 
KERRMI.I, R -U, Mngr Purlin « Ore.i- 

dorff Co (See back cover and right 

top lines). 
FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OP MARY- 
LAND, Simmons & McClellan Agts. 
Finklea E IS, jeweler and loans 118 E 

5th. 
Finnegan John Co (Houston, Tex), J T 

Price agt, hides and wool. 
First National Bank of Amarillo The 

(capital $200,000), w H Fuq.ua ores. 

Charles .1 Lowndes cashr. 4th and Polk. 
First State Bank (capital $50,000), M C 

LeMaster pres, W N Sadler cashr. 4th 

and Taylor. 
Fish Sherman E. lawyer. 
ISK c a .lit, l'rcN I'liniiiiitiiie Steam 

Laundry Co, 2d and Pierce 
Fletcher X- Carlisle (Lloyd Fletcher, J A 

Carlisleli lawyers. 
Ford Edward A, agt U S Exp Co. 115 K 

3d. 
Foster J L, catlle. 



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Fox P C, general mngr P & N T and 

A T & S F Rys. 
Frank & Mcllroy (O H Frank, W W 

Mcllroy), meals 3 06 E 6th. 
Franklin & Hill (Felix S Franklin, 

Grover B Hill), livestock brokers 114 

E 3d. 
Fuqua Land and Cattle Co. W H Fuoua 

pres. 
Fyfe C E, milliner 116 E 5th. 
Cans Aaron H, clothing 109 E 4th. 
Garner C R & Co (Custis R Garner. 

Richard C (Dick) Ware), who! cotton 

seed products and salt 1 Amarillo Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Garrison ec Flynn (Mrs L B Garrison, 

Mrs 10 F Flynn), ladies' readv-to-wear 

509 Polk. 
GUI! W E, Lawyer nnil Mayor City Hall. 
Gillman Louis, furniture 215 E 4th. 
Gilvin O K Land Co (O K and W D 

Gilvin), real estate 5th and Taylor. 
Gilvin & Gilvin (Daniel and John B), 

real estate and ins 107 E 4th. 
Gist R D, poultry breeder. 
Givins Frank, cattle. 
Golf J W, second hand goods and well 

driller. 
Goff & Thompson, cattle breeders. 
Golding J C, drugs 620 Polk. 
Gosser Gregory A, cigar mnfr 117 E 4th. 
COILDV .V. IKMNDS (J H Gouldy, \\ 

R Bounds), Real Estate Exchange. 

Loans anil General Fire Insurance. 

We Exchange Everything. 19 New 

Fuqua Bldg. 
Grand Opera House, W C Wood mngr. 
Gray J B & Sons (Jeduthan B. Bvron W 

and Claude A), tailors 304 E 4th. 
Gray Silas H, confr 418 Taylor. 
Green Bros Co, J T Green pres, C L- 

Green vice-pres. furniture 611 Polk. 
Green Edward D, men's furnishings 409 

Polk. 
Greer D H & Co (David H Greer), gen- 
eral store cor 4th and Tavlor. 
Griffin Grocery Co (J E Griffin), 416 Polk. 
Griggs Neil S, undertaker 506 Polk. 
Groendycke W E, automobiles 110 W 

5wh. 
Groombos Pete, confectioner. 
Gustavus & Jackson (C E Gnstavus, M 

J R Jackson), lawyers 7-S-9 Carson 

bldg. 
Hall Bryant B, drugs 5th and Taylor. 
Hall Jack F, cattle breeder. 
Hall Hon R W, associate .iustice Court 

of Civil Appeals. 
Hand T M. machinist 307 Polk. 
HAXISY JASPER >', Attorney Amarillo 

Collection Bureau, Lawyer and Notary 

Public 518 Tavlor. 
Hanson D T, phys 20-21 Carson bldg. 
Hardin M H, lawyer. 
Harding H C. cattle breeder. 
Harding H C Commission Co The (H C 

Harding, J B Minter), livestock and 

ranch lands 301 Polk. 
Harrington J L, grocer 11th and Jackson. 
Harris Ben R, grocer. 
Harris E V, photographer 509 y, Polk. 
Harris J II & Son (John H and Odellc C), 

general store 705 E 10th. 
HARRIS MAURICE II, Osteopath and 

Surgeon Suite 7-8 Chanslor Bldg (See 

adv below). 



Lady Attendant m,™o. i Offiiee . . . . 795 

Phones j Eesidenoe . 1302 

Dr,M, B.Harris 

OSTEOPATH AND SURGEON 

Suite 7-S Chanslor Bldg. 
Hours: 9 to 12, 1 to 5:30 AMARILLO 



Harrison & Swecker (O W Harrison, C 
E Swccker). shoes 118 E 5th. 

Harvey John H, phys 22-3-4 Carson bldg 

Harvey W R, cattle breeder. 

Hazlewood R R, lawyer 7 Bivins bldg. 

Hendricks Hon II G, associate justice 
Court of Civil Appeals. 

Hcnslev Gus, blacksmith. 

Hering Wolf, furniture 314 E 4th. 

Herring C T, cattle breeder. 

Hertner II E & S-on (Henry E and 
Henry A), plumbers 300 E 4th. 



HICKCOX-WirVMASr ENGINEERING 

CORPORATION, D I, Hickcox Pres, 
R O Whyman Vice-Pres and Mngr. W 
I Busby Sec and Treas, Fuqua Bldg 

Hicks A W, employment agent 105 
Buchanan. 

HOLMAN SETH H, Geuernl Secretary 
The Amarillo Chamber of Commerce. 

Horsbrugh Fred, cattle breeder. 

Hotel Amarillo, II I' Canode propr 306-8 
Polk. 

Hotel Southern, Joe Phillips propr, 100 

Howell F W, tailor 104 W 0th. 

Huckaby P G, dairy. 

Hudson Eugene H, restaurant 203 V, E 
4 th. 

HuST Hon S P. chief justice Court of 
Civil Appeals. 

Hyden J M, optometrist 5 P O bldg. 

Ingerton W II, postmaster and cattle. 

Isaacs H J & Bro (H Joe and Sam L). 
clothing 400 Polk. 

Jacobson Louis, general store cor 4th 
and Taylor 

James George, restaurant 408 Taylor.' 

Jensen W N, grocer ISth and Pierce. 

Jesse's Orchestra, W T Jesse director. 

JETER WM M HON, Judge of County 
Court and Ex-oflicio County Supt of 
Schools Court House 

Johns R E. local agt P & N T Ry. 

Johnson George W, restaurant 105 E 4th. 

Johnson J I, general agt C R I & G Ry. 

Johnson Ray C, county attorney Court 
House. 

Johnston E A, phys 22-3-4 Carson bldg. 

Joiner R Lee. printer 104 Taylor. 

Jones H B. lire chief. 

Jones & Miller (J M Jones, E T Miller), 
lawyers. 

Jordan J D, phys 16-17 Carson bldg. 

KEAHKY J W, Pres Melvnlglit «fc Wil- 
liams Abstract Co and Lawyer 108 W 
5th. 

Kemp F W, wall paper 106 W 6th. 

Kendrick Furniture Co One), J I Ken- 
driek pres, J Q Kendrick sec, 504 Polk. 

Kennebrew Claude, sec Amarillo Busi- 
ness Men's Assn 1 Fuqua bldg. 

Kenyon Grain and Coal Co (W C Ken- 
yon, J W Collins), grain and coal. 

Kilgore C L. cattle. 

King Clifford E, dry goods 211 E 4th. 

King Elmer C, produce 309 Taylor. 

King-Holland -Furniture Co (C B and 
E L King, G C Holland), 518 Taylor. 

King W H, contractor. 

Kirseh II D Co The (II D Kirsch), ladies' 
ready-to-wear 517 Polk. 

Kirsch Louie, clothing 317 Polk. 

Kollaer J W, baker 50.1 Lincoln. 

Lance & Co (Dee Lance), tailors 302 
Taylor. 

Landergin Bros (P H and John), cattle. 

Langly Frederick, blacksmith. 

Lankford Furniture Co, Ray Wheatley 
receiver, '515 Polk. 

Larsen Carl, roofer. 

Lawler E T. phys 1-2 Carson bldg. 

Ledford G M, general contr. 

Lefforee F M, insurance and bond 119 Y- 
E 5th. 

Lew Julian, dept store 501 Polk 

Lewis R C, dentist 15 Carson bldg. 

Levhe Piano (Jo, J L Henderson mngr, 
607 Polk. 

LINDSAY G F .IR, Ui.gr Panhandle 
Steam Laundry 2d and Pierce. 

Lipscomb Thomas L, dry goods 411 Polk. 

Livingston G W, cattle. 

Logan Mark, lawyer. 

Loornis A E, confr 316 Polk. 

Loving Printing Co (C C Loving), 102 
W 6 th. 

LOM'HKV B G, Pre* The Lo wrev-Plilllliis 
Schools. 

LOWKEY-PHIJyLIPS SCHOOLS THE, II 
G Lowrey Pres, F F Phillips Sec, 
Training School for Boys, Seminary 
for Girls, Elementary School for Chil- 
dren. 

Lnndegreen A J, broom mnfr and grocer. 

Lyles-Tulloss Hardware Co, S .C Tulloss 
pres. L F Lyles sec- treas. 

McAlpine R H Real Estate Co (R II 
McAlpine), 123 E 5th. 

McBrlde T W, city collector and assessor 
City Hall 

McDonald W W, poultry breeder. 

McGee Neil C, grocer and coal 401 N 
Tyler. 



-McGee Thomas F, drugs and phys 150" 

Taylor. 
Mcintosh Hotel, Mrs J D Lyons propr 

94-98 Buchanan. 
McKinley >t Leachman (John R Mc- 

Kinlcy, Wm T Leachman), transfer 

and storage 404 E 4th. 
McK night Transfer, Livery and Sales 

Co (Inc). .1 s McKnight pres, 108-20 

Taylor. 

Mcknight <s Williams mistrvctco 

(Capital $l'i,000, Fully Paid), J W Kear- 
ny Pres, i; W Duren Mngr, Complete- 
Records to All Lots and Tracts of 
Land in Potter County, Tel 75, 108 W 
5th. 

McLellan Len C. insurance. 

McLoughlin Martin, shoes 510 Polk. 

MoMeans R L, phvs 38-9 Fuqua bldg. 

.McMillan G W, automobiles 613 Polk. 

McSpadden R U grocery 507 E 10th. 

McSpadden W A, real estate and cattle 
103 E 4th. 

Madden. Trulove & Kimbrough (S H 
Madden, Otis Trulove. W H Kim- 
biough), lawyers 7-13 First Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Maddox & Caldwell (C G Maddox, G S 
Caldwell), automobiles DOS Van Bu- 
ren. 

Magnolia Auto Supply Station, F M 
Shaughnessy jr mngr, 305 Polk. 

Magnolia Hotel. H G Stephens propr. 

-Maine Hotel, J W Goff propr, 106 S Buch- 
anan. 

Majestic Theatre. C E Able mngr. 

Marrs Lon D, lawyer and cattle Am- 
arillo Natl Bank bldg. 

Mason Hotel, Robert Verdon propr. 

Masierson R B, cattle. 

Mathews Jack G, grocer 4 20 Tavlor. 

Meikleiohn J W Mrs, milliner 617 Polk. 

MERCANTILE AGENCY THE (It G Dun 
* Co). Buford B White Mngr, 3-4 
Chanslor Bldg (See bottom edge and 
left top lines) 

Miller Allen, art material 617 Folk. 

.Miller A M. cattle. 

Miller G P. (dumber 616 Polk. 

MILLER WILL A & SONS (Will A, Will 
A Jr and Stuart), Land and Invest- 
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Minnis F G, confectioner 115 E 5th. 

Mobley R S, dairy. 

Molyneaux Amos N, real est and ins 

Chanslor bldg. 
Molyneaux W L, grocer and confr 125 

E 5th. 
Mood A M. lawyer. 
Morris It A, cattle. 
Morrow-Thomas Hardware Co (capital 

$150,000), ,1 R Joyce pres, 1) P Seav 

sec, 312-14 Polk. 
Motlow Sam. B, county clerk. 
Mueller P F, city engineer City Hall. 
MURPHY GEORGE S. Propr and Sur- 
geon in Charge Amarillo Hospital, 

Practitioner in Surgery, Gynecology 

and Consultation 111 W 5th. 
National Bank of Commerce (capital 

$75,000), J L Smith pres, B C D 

Bynum cashr. 
.National Biscuit Co, J .1 Sanders mngr. 

308-10 E 4th. 
Nayfa ft Co (W F and Minnie Nayfa). 

grocers 310 Buchanan. 
Neeley J M, real estate 3 P (1 bldg. 




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Xelson O IT. rattle breeder 701 Fillmore 

Xewrome Robert 13, maps and insurance 
4 Tucket t. 

N>\vlln YV A. cattle breeder. 

Xewsome Eugene, emplu\ment asent 104 
U 4th. 

Xebles Bros Grocer Co. M C Nobles pres, 
H A Nobles viee-pres. A G Stanley 
sec-treas, whol grocers. 

Xorth Texas Xotion Co, L P Mont- 
gomery mngr. 

XI \v electric co. J L Xnnu Mngr. 
Jobbers in Telephone and Electrical 
Supplies Xunn Bldg, Ill \V 5th. 

XI 'XX ELECTRIC CO (Retail), R ,1 Cat- 
l>n Mnsv. Electric Sign Mnfrs and 
Contractors 417 Polk. 

Op kes .1 M. clerk Court of Civil Appeals. 

OSUOOn ARTHVR, I'ropr Osgood Monu- 
ment Company, 1 03 "V\" Polk tSee adv. 

OS (;<>»!) JIOXl'MEXT COM.IWXY, Arthur 
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">tto Eugene L, mngr W U Tel Co 108 

K (th. 
'ixven D W. drv soods 512 Polk. 
Hzier \V It. cattle. 

Primer Lafayette G. tailor 507 E 4th. 
Panchy Mariano, restaurant 508 1st. 
i'inhandle Lumber Co. A C Houston pres, 

.1 M Petty sec, C01 Tyler. 
Panhandle Planing- Mill Co, A J Poirier 

mngr. X 2d and Jackson. 

I'wiiwDi.i; rrnusaiXG co, j w 

t heney Mngr, C E RathruiT Mng 
Editor, Publrs Daily Panhandle, 3d and 
Taylor. t Set page 110.) 

i' A XII t\l)l,K STEAM LtlVORV CO 
(IXC). C A Fisk Jr Pres. G F Lind- 
say ,Tt Mngr, 2d and Pierce. 

Panhandle Stockmen's Assn, D X Harrel 
si c. P.ivins block. 



i'»\in\i)i,i: u UiHiini m; co 

Rasmussem Otto Peitz), Wholesale 

Broom Corn Dealers, Broom Manu 

faetttrers and Warehousemen 100U-13 

Grant. 
PARLIX A (IIII'.M)OHIT IMPLEMENT 

<'<! i Pallas). It \V Ferrell Mngr, Farm 

Implements. Etc. (See back cover 

and right top lines). 
Patterson YV \v, cement contractor. 
Patton Love \V, tailor 1)5 E 4th. 
Patton & Gist (Wm 1) Patton, Robert 

I> Gist), phys Xatl Bank of Commerce 

bldg. 
Paul J C. cattle. 
Pearson Charles, local inspr U S Bureau 

of Animal Industry. 
Pearson Perry S, lawyer 22 Old Eber- 

stadt bldg. 
Pecos & Northern Texas Ry Co, F C Fox 

general mngr, G C Starkweather gen- 
eral supt. 
Penry J L, lawyer 23 Fuqua bldg. 
Peoples E E Co (E E Peoples), dry goods 

and shoes 310-1S Polk. 
PHILLIPS F F, Sec The Lowrej'-Fhllliiis 

.Schools. 
Phillips tfi Barker (Louis Phillips, Speros 

Parker), confrs IIS Main, 
riekerel] E E. jeweler and art goods 

114 E 5th. 
Pieree-Fordyce Oil Assn (Ft "Worth 

Tex I, M F Lackey mngr, 103 YV 4th. 
Pipkin H C, lawyer First Natl Eank 

bldg. 
Pittman E I, jeweler 408 Polk. 
I'ittman Lewis N, optometrist and jew- 
eler 110 E 4th. 
Plains Grain Co, Eugene S Beasdel propr, 

whol grain 11 Fuqua bldg. 
Ponder W L, bicycles and typewriters* 

121 E 5th. 
Pool Hotel. Mrs C F Mitchell propr, 110 

X Buchanan. 
Pope Fred C. news stand. 
Potter Hotel, P II Young propr, 30G Fill- 
more. 
Potter & Potter (H R and A M), silo 

mnfrs. 
Poulter J II, contractor. 
Priddy D M Lend Co ( U M Priddy), real 

estate and cattle 103 E 4th. 
Probst Fred, baker 201 Fillmore. 
Puckett Coal and Grain Co, M W 

Lemons propr, 1700 Johnson. 
Puckett John W, cattle breeder. 
Puckett J B, cattle feeder 518 Tavlor. 
RnfTkind E, clothing 405 E 4th. 
Rainey L IJ Mrs, milliner 107 E 5th. 
Kamenofsky 11. grocer 213 E 4th. 
Randal Drug Co (E II and S H Randal), 

418 Polk. 
Randall TJ G. contractor. 
Rankin Grain and Coal Co, 10th and 

Johnson. 
Rasco Isaac, phys 20-21 Carson bldg. 
Rascoe W P, insurance 13 Carson bldg. 
BATHBUPP C E, Mug Editor Pnnliandle 

Publishing Co, 3d and Taylor. 
Reeder & Dooley (Crawford B Reeder. 

Joe B Dooley). lawyers 10 Natl Bank 

of Commerce bldg. 
Roedy E H. dentist P O bldg. 
Reese Adolph, shoes 217 E 4th. 
Reinbart A J, cattle and real est. 
Richards George E, automobile painter 

204 W 6th. 



Richardson- Wilson Drug Co ij 1. Rich- 
ardson, Howard Vt ilson), 5th and Polk 
Rietmann Henry, grocer 40!i Taylor. 
Rlsscr Christian, architect. 
Roach E R Drug Co line). L O Thomp- 
son pres, N S McCee vice-pres, who; 

drugs 400 W 4th. 
Roberts W S, real estate 13 Carson Bldir 
UOIIEIITSOX II V. Public Accountant 

and Auditor Amarillo Xatl Bank Bltij 

t See adv below. 1 
Rock-well G YV, grocer 612 S Tyler. 
Rogers R L. dentist Bivins bldg. 
Rogers Y\" J, dentist 2 Fuqua bids-. 
Roll-Clayton (L A Roll. T E Claytonl. 

tailors 40D Polk. 
Rollins A S, lawj-er'33 Carson bldg. 
Roqutsmore Otho G, architect 4 Eakl = 

bldg 
Ross J F. supt TJ S Bureau of Plant In- 
dustry. 
Rummell Gus, general store 109 Bu- 
chanan. 
Russell J T, loans 127 E 5th. 
Russell & Coekrell (II M Russell. C c 

Cockrell), printers G14 Polk. 
Ryan <*t O'Neill, blacksmiths. 
Ryburn F M, lawyer First Xatl Bank 

bldg. 
St Anthony's Sanitarium, conducted by 

the Sisters of Charitv. 
Sanborn H B Est of, 'W S Rule mngr. 

real estate 3-4 Carson bid::. 
Sanders Egbert B & Co (Egbert B 

Sanders, Claud K ir.ncbrew), real estate 

and loans 1 Fuqua bldg. 
Saylor * Kendall Co (Inc), Oscar M 

Savior pres. YV O Allen sec. clothing 

and shoes 414 Polk. 
Schlosser Frank P, jeweler 416 Taylor 
Sehrib.-r H YV, agt \V F & Co Exp. 10S 

E 5th 
Scott J I., poultry breeder. " 

Scott Robert S, restaurant 321 Taylor. 
Sears V L, jeweler 5th and Taylor. 
Seay Samuel L, grocer 119 E 4th. 
Security Mortgage and Loan Co. J D 

Wrather pres, W A Askew sec, 22--; 

Fuqua bldg. 
Seewald P H, jeweler 410 Polk. 
Severance Charles C, wall paper 302 E 

4th. 
Shaughnessv F M. grocer 305 E N 2d. 
Shields Alex, clothing 501 E 4th. 
Shuford J D, cattle breeder. 
Simmons L B. commercial agt Ft W d- 

D C Ry, 5 Old Eberstadt bldg. 
Simmons & Blank I, 1! Simmons, A C 

Blank), ins in* W 5th. 
Simpson & Joyce, blacksmiths. 
Singlust I- A. eigats 410 Polk. 
Small Charles W, typewriters 123 E 5th 
Smith June, cattle. 
Snecd .1 B &. Co, tattle breeders. 
Sneed J T & Son, cattle breeders. 
Solomon Grocerv Co (O M Solomon, A M 

Hunter). 200 X Buchanan. 
Southwestern Coal Co (Earl Cobb. C .- 

Elliott). 21G Poll;. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co The. M J 

Stimson mngr, 522 Taylor. 
Stanley Betty, librarian Amarillo Pub'.'.: 

Library. 
Star Cash Grocery (Inc), J W Hill mngr 

0th and Monroe. 



BXik. ^sasiy Lews* ttoacw SiiNa. V, ♦jaiBoP 

AMARILLO, TEXAS ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. 

Pybiic Accountant and AydStor 



Audits and Financial Investigations of In- 
dustrial Enterprises, Mercantile Establish- 
ments, Public Utilities and Financial 
Institutions. 

County and Municipal Audits. 

Amarillo Office : 



Corporation and Partnership Consolidations 
and Adjustments. 

Efficient Systemizing of Accounts and of 
Accounting Methods. 

AMARILLO NATIONAL BANK BLDG. 



FORT ¥/ORTH WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO., Inc. 

Receivers and distributors of General Merchandise. We solicit 

consignments of all kinds and distribute to all points in Tex?s. 

Absolutely Fireproof Warehouse, Corner Da gTC'.t and Calhoun Sts., FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



FORT WORTH WAREHOUSE & TRANSFER CO., Inc. 

Receivers and distributors of General Merchandise. We solicit 
consignments of al! kinds and distribute to all points in Texas. 

Absolutely Fireproof Warehouse, Corner Dagrgett and Calhoun St',., FORT WORTH, TEXAS 



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TEXAS GAZETTEER 



Anderson 



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Star Mill and Elevator Co, D D Oewins 
pros. Grant Hebarger vice-pres, F A 
Beach sec and treas, 100 N Fillmore. 

Starkweather G C. general supt P & N T 
and A T & S F Kvs. 

Sterling Arch, cabinetmaker 205 TV 6th,. 

Stewart W II, sewing machines 111 E 
4th. 

Stimson M J, mngr Southwestern Tel & 
Tel Co, 522 Taylor. 

Stinson Benjamin F, confr 4th and Fill- 

• more. 

Stirratt John A, photographer 203 E 4th. 

Stone Ben H, lawyer and referee in bank- 
ruptcy. 

Strickland & Dunlven (J R Strickland, 
J A LHiniven), grocers 700-11 Folk. 

Stricklin J E, meats 104 S Buchanan. 

Stroud Pike, livery and transfer 701 
Polk. 

Summers J F, fire ins 4-6 Bivins bide-. 

Sutherland Ozora P, dentist Xatl Bank 
of Commerce bldg. 

Swift & Co, T C Wright mr.gr, whol 
meats 12 N Fillmore. 

SYNNOTT & lM)j:it\\ OKI) (.1 II Syu- 
nott, R E Underwood;. Lawyers and 
Notaries 10-11 Carson Bldg. 

Taylor Misses (Willie and Kosa), mil- 
liners 603 Polk. 

Taylor II F, real estate and ins Natl 
Bank of Commerce bldg. 

Taylor Samuel II, confr 404 Taylor. 

Taylor & Christian (J A Taylor. W A 
Christian), real estate and ins A E 
5th. 

Texas Harvester Co The (Dallas, Tex), 
E T Watson mngr, 1001 Grant. 

Texas Hide and Wool Co, W F Naber 
propr. 

Texas-I.Iolinc Plow Co, Turk Brown 
mngr. 

Thompson L, O & Co (L O Thompson), 
drugs 402 Folk. 

Thompson R S Mrs, milliner 513 Polk. 

Thompson W E. drugs 104% Buchanan 

Timmons C C, restaurant 111-13 E 5lh. 

TROY STEAM LAlMmv, J X Vernon 
Propr, One Day Work Our Specially, 
30G-8 Tyler. 

True E F, vet surg 701 Polk. 

Tudor M L .Mrs. countv treasurer. 

Tugwell Albert S, racket store 106-S E 
4th. 

Turner Avery, cattle. 

Turner W S, feed barn 305 E 3d. 

Turner & Wharton (Thomas F Turner, 
George W Wharton), lawyers 518 Tay- 
lor. 

Umphres Hugh L, lawyer. 

UNION CENTRA!, L,IF"E INSURVNCK 
CO OF CINCINNATI. OHIO. I,ee & 
Lee (Dallas) General Agts, W F 
Menning Dist Agt, R W Estes Agt 
(See backbone, left top lines and adv 
in Dallas section). 

Union Electric Co, McKinney Bros 
proprs, 502 Taylor. 

Union Hotel, J F Dunaway propr, 109 
Buchanan. 

UNION; MERCANTILE AGENCY THE, W 
H Watson Mngr, Collections, Adjust- 
ments and Credit Ratings 6 th and 
Taylor. 

U S Amusement Co (Ft Worth, Tex), L 
M Cobbs mngr, 312 E 4th. 

U S Bureau of Animal Industry, Charles 
Pearson local inspr. 

United States E'ureau of Plant Industry, 
J F Ross supt. 

United States Weather Bureau, T J Con- 
sidinc observer. 

Vaughn Sam B, automobiles 209 Polk. 

Veale & Davidson (John W Veale, W A 
Davidson), lawyers 7-8-9-10 Eber- 
stadt bldg-. 

VERNON J N, Propr Trey Steam Laun- 
dry, 306-8 Tyler. 

Vinson Grover C, photographer 41 C Tay- 
lor. 

Vinya.d & Vinyard (C T and S P), physi- 
cians 14-15 Carson bldg. 

Wah Sam, laundry 321 Taylor. 

Walker A E, div supt C It I & G Ry. 

Walker Brokerage Co (Denver, Cul). F S 
Davis mngr, 2 Chanslor bldg. 

Waples-Platter Grocer Co (Denison, 
Tex), W B Allen mngr, whol grocers 
1st and Lincoln. 

Ward John T, cattle. 

Ware Cattle Co. 



\\ ATSON W 11, Mu«r The Union Mer- 
cantile Agency. 6th and Taylor. 

Webster A H, grading' eontr. 

Wells L A, investments and loans 2 P O 
bldg. 

Wells & Wolfln (L A Wells. C O Wolfln), 
automobiles 3d and Tyler. 

Western Stock Yards Co. Al Popham 
pres, J S Chesnutt sec and treas. J S 
Bolton supt. 1st Natl Bank bldg. 

Wheatlev R R. plumber 112 W 3th. 

WHITE Hl'FORl) U, Mujir II G Dun .« 
Co. "The Mercantile Agency," 3-4 
Chanslor Bldg (See bottom edge and 
left lop lines). 

White Frank A, cattle. 

White T W, agt Ft W & D C Ry. 

White & Kirk line), Mrs L K White 
pres. R D Kirk sec and treas, dry 
goods and clothing 502 Polk. 

Willburn Bros (A C and A H), sheet 
metal works 506 Taylor. 

Williams Clarence M, grocer 505 E 4th. 

Williams George, cattle. 

Williams Geo L & Son (George L and 
Lee R), signs 112 E 3d. 

Williams George S, insurance. 

WILLIAMS W J, Publr AmariHo Dnilj 
News, 112-14 W 6th. (Sec page 109.) 

Wil!inghnm G W, nouscmover 207 E 4th. 

Wills J H, real est Bivins block. 

Wilmering & Mullen (C E Wilmering. J 
-M Mullen), sand and gravel 5uS Tyler. 

Wilson Hugh, tailor 111 E 4th. 

Wilson-Popham Cattle Co. caltk- breed- 
ers. 

Winfrev M F. insurance. 

1VOLCOTT CLAUDE, Eye, Ear. Nose anil 
Throat Specialist Suite 2 New Fuq.ua 
Bldg, Tel 606. 

Wolrtn C O, dairy 2000 S Washington. 

Woolworth Stores, notions 507 Polk. 

Wrather James R, phys 38-9 Fuqua bldg. 

Wralher Thomas B, drugs 403 E 1th. 

Wren D T, cattle. 

WRIGHT C A. Lawyer IIIvIiin ink. 

VOST <fc HI SHY (Clement II Yost, Walter 
I Busby), Lawyers Fuqua Bldg (See 
adv below). 



CLEMENT H. YOST 



WALTER 1. BUSBY 



LAWYERS 




Fuqua Building 



AMAR1LLO, TEXAS 



Voung D M, real est and ins 123 E 5th. 

AMBROSE. 

Population 60. On the M. K. & T. Ry., 
in Grayson county, 18 miles from Slier- 
man, the county seat, and 6 from Bells, 
the nearest banking point. Tel., W. U,, 
Exp., Am. O. T. Sanford, postmaster. 
SANFOR1J OSCAR T, Grocer. 
Williams A B, r r, exp and tel act. 
Williams Bros, general store. 



AMELIA. 

A discontinued postoffice in Jefferson 
county. Has rural delivery from Beau- 
mont. 



AMES. 

A rural postoffice in Coryell county, 10 
miles from Gatesville, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point, with which 
place it is connected by daily mail stage 
G. \Y. Byrom, postmaster. 
UVROM G W, General Store. 



AM PRION. 

Population 100, In Atascosa county, 
6 miles from Potset, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Mail, daily. 
Barrow J II, general store. 



AMPLE. 

A rural postoffice, in Haskell countv. 
22 miles northeast of Haskell, the county 
seat, and 8 miles from Goree, the near- 
est banking and shipping point. .Mail, 
daily. Oliie G. Wilson, postmaster. 

ANAIIl'.VC. 

Population 300. On Galveston Bay, 

in Chambers county of which it is the 

county seat. 48 miles from Galveston. 

Flas a bank and a newspaper. The 

Progress. Boat daily to Galveston, fare 

$1.25. Telephone connection. R. E. 

Swinney, postmaster. 

Agrelius A E, rice grower. 

Anahuac Gin Co, cotton gin. 

Anahuac Ice and Cold Storage Co. 

Barrow B E, cattle breeder and rice 
grower. 

Beason A L, lawyer. 

Belton F M. poultry breeder. 

Broussard J K, rice grower. 

Broussard J E & Bro, general store. 

Chambers Countv State Bank (capital 
HO. 000). R D White pres, L R Miller 
cashr. 

Clark J II, fruit grower. 

Fahring G 11. drugs and phys. 

Gordon G M. meats. 

I-Iavenkott F H, blksmith and hardware. 

Jackson H H. real estate. 

Marshall A W, lawyer. 

Mitchell G F. genl store and rice grower. 

Ogden & Wilcox, hardware and agri- 
cultural implements. 

Progress Printing Co. Gay L Tufts 
mngr. publrs The Progress. 

Progress The (weekly). Progress Print- 
ing Co publrs. 

Sammons W C. drugs. 

Scherer S S. rice grower. 

Scofield C F Mrs. genl store. 

SWINNEY R li, l'ostmnster. 

White J T, cattle breeder. 

Wilcox Bros, cattle breeders. 













A.N A.O.1. FA. 

A rural postoflice in Victoria county, 
20 miles from Victoria, the county seat 
and nearest banking point and 3 from 
Marianna, the nearest shipping point. G. 
B. Amery, postmaster. 
A.MERY G H, Justice o£ the Pence. 
Williams S J, cattle breeder. 

ANARENE. 

Population 18. On the W. F, &: S. R. R. 
in Archer county, s miles from Archer 
City, the county seat and banking point. 
Telephone connection. C. F. Graham, 
postmaster. 

Barto George, blacksmith. 
GRAHAM C E, General Store. 







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ANCHOR. 

Population 100. On the I. &. G. N 
V. B. At N. Rys. in Brazoria county 
miles from Angleton, the couniy 
and banking point. Tel., W. U.; 
Pacific. Telephone connection. 
Anchor Milling Co, lumber mnfrs. 
BARBEE E G & CO, General Stoi 
Heim Joseph jr. genl store. 
Ritchey H J, genl store. 



ANCHORAGE. 

Population 120. In Atascosa county, 
20 miles northwest of Jourdantoii, the 
county seat and 9 from Poteet, its near- 
est banking and shipping point. H. E 
Whittet, postmaster. 

Seitz O K, cotton gin and genl store. 
WHITTET M J MRS, Physician. 

ANDER. 

Population 50. In Goliad county, 15 
miles north of Goliad, the county seat 
and 14 from Yorktown, its shipping 
point. Telephone connection. Mrs 
Lena Albrcchl, postmaster. 
ILBRECUT P E A SON, Geneinl Slore. 



ANDERSON. 

Population 750. The county seat of 
Crimes countv. on the M.-idisonville 
branch of the I. & G. N. R. R.. 11 miles 
north of Navasota, the principal town 
in Grimes county and 82 northwest of 
Houston. Anderson marks the burial 
place of K L Anderson, the last vice- 



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Rant! McNally Bldg. 
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HOUSTON, 
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FORMERLY 

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SAN ANTONIO and CORPUS CH.RISTI, TEXAS 



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Anderson 



R. L. POLK & COS (1914) 



Angleton 



president of the Republic of Texas, and 
for whom the town was named. Has 
Lutheran. Catholic, Methodist and Bap- 
tist churches, 1 bank. £ cotton gins, saw 
mill and a number of retail stores. Tel., 
\V. U.; Kxp-., W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connections. Prindle C. Mclntyre, post- 
master. 

Anderson Abstract Co. 
Anderson Gin & Water Co, Reid Rikard 

pres. cotton gin. 
Anderson Hardware & Furniture Co, W 

S Brown pres. 
Anderson Hotel. J T Smith propr. 
Barrett M F, r r. tel and exp agt. 
Becker Chris, cotton gin. 
Buffing'ton & Buttinston, lawyers. 
Davis Oscar, physician. 
Davis P H. physician. 
Denny M, jeweler. 
FIRST NATIONAL BA.VK (Cnnltal $'2r,.- 

000), J H Kennard Pres, T P Buffing- 
ton Vice-Pres, G B Kennard Cashr. 
Grimes County Abstract Co, C C Mea- 

chum mngr, R L Jones sec and treas. 
Grissett John, sheriff. 
Hair & Brown (J J Hair, D Brown), 

genl store. 
Henderson AY C Mrs, drugs. 
Howard R .). restaurant. 
Jones K P. lawyer. 
Kennard Drew, live stock. 
KENNARD G B, Cashr Klrst \»ll >l 

Bank 
Kennard & Brown (J If Kennard, "\V 

S Brown), genl store. 
Lange Mollie, milliner. 
Lyles A G. county clerk. 
Mclntyre Prindle C, postmaster. 
Meachum T\"m W. lawyer. 
Miller & Steinhagen (Fritz Miller. W F 

Steinhagen), meats and live stock 
Muenker Adolph, blacksmith. 
Oberkampf August, drugs. 
Prodrosa Maggie, genl store. 
Rikard Reid. county judge. 
Schelski J H, genl store. 
Siddall George E, county surveyor. 
Taylor & Schackelford, saw mill. 
Wlckey John & Son (John and Alfred 

P), genl store. 

ANDREWS, 

Population 350. The judicial seat of 
Andrews county, 40 miles northwest of 
Midland, the nearest shipping point 
Has Baptist, and Methodist churches, a 
bank and a weekly newspaper, the An- 
drews County Times. Telephone con 
nection. A. N. Brown, postmaster. 
Alexander Eula L, millinery. 
Andrews County Farm Bureau. 
Andrews County Times (weekly), B F 

Haag publr. 
Andrews Mercantile Co, A X Brown 

mngr, genl store. 
ANDREWS STATIC BANK Kanltnl S10,- 

000). J S Means Pres, A A Home Cashr. 
Andrews Telephone Co. 
Bennett & Barnes, drugs and grocers 
Beyer L E, meats and cattle breeder. 
Carr T J. blacksmith. 
I Dunn M II, livery and garage. 
Fristae C B, cattle breeder. 
Haag B Frank, printer. 
Haag E L. hdware and grocer. 
Hall A II. real estate. 
Josephine House. 
King Andrew, lawyer. 
Means J S. cattle breeder. 
Nicholson E D, cattle breeder. 
Parker J E jr, cattle breeder. 
Phillips M I, cattle breeder. 
Ross N I*, lawyer. 
TJmberson S E. real estate. 
Yanhain & Parker, cattle breeders. 

ANGELES. 

Population SO. On the A. T. & S. Fe 
Ry., in Reeves county, 48 miles from 
Pecos, the county seat and nearest bank- 
ing point. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
E. O. Cdda, postmaster. 
Hardy J V & Co, goat breeders. 
OLDS E O, General Store and Renl 

Estate. 

ANGEI.ITA. 

Population 100. On the St. L„ B. & 
M. Ry., in San Patricio county, 10 70 miles 
southwest of Sinton, the county seat and 
nearest banking point. Telephone con- 
nection. 
Spessard Wm & Co, general store. 



ANGLETON. 

Population 1.500. The county seat of 
Brazoria countv, on the St. L., B. & M. 
and the H. ,t B. V. Rys.. 44 miles south- 
west of Houston and 40 miles west of 
Galveston. Has a cotton gin, electric 
lights, corn shelling plant and good mer- 
cantile and professional firms in all 
lines, 2 banks, a weekly newspaper, The 
Times; good schools. Baptist, Methodist, 
Presbyterian and Episcopal churches. 
The principal products and shipments 
are cotton, corn, rice, potatoes, fruits, 
pecans and live stock. Tel., W. TJ. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telepnone connections. A. 
G. Hershner, postmaster. 
ANGLETON AUTO REPAIR CO (Walter 
B and Joseph S Jamison, W Jarvis 
Caiman), Automobiles, Supplies, Ac- 
cessories and Repairs; Divery in Con- 
nection. 
Angleton Experimental Farm, poultry 

breeders. 
Angleton Gin and Power Co. The (capital 
$25,000). Lee Ferrer pres, F M Price 
vice-pres, E J Hodges sec and treas, 
J C Avcord mngr. 
ANGLETON HOTEL, A M Edward* 
Propr; Rates $2 Per Day; In Business 
Center; The Traveling .Men's Home. 
ANGLETON STATE BANK (Capital and 
Surplus $20,000), F Kiber Pres. Alex- 
ander E Masterson Vice-Pres, Edgar 3 
Hodges Cashier, Louis B Thompson 
Asst Cashier. 
.Angleton Times (weekly), W F Reed 

publr. 
Atkinson Edward S jr, county surveyor 
Barnes R E. blacksmith. 
Bennett Bros (Theodore J and Charles 

S), grocers. 
Bennett Theodore J, dry goods. 
Benson Scott F, county treasurer. 
Bratton Walter K, mngr People's Ab 

stract Co. 
BRAZORIA COUNTY AHSTRACT CO 
(Capital $51,000). Frank W Stevens 
Pros and Mngr. Frank K Stevens See 
and Treas; Established 1873; Have 
Made More Than 22,000 Abstracts. 
BRAZORIA COUNTY STATE BANK 
(Capital $25,000, Surplus and Profits 
$10,000, Deposits $150,000), W Baseon 
Munson Pres, James C Barrows Vice 
Pres, Bert M Jamison Cashier, Join 
G Jackson Asst Cashier. 
Brock Fred A. county tax collector. 
Burridge C & Son (Charles and Burt), 

grocers. 
Caiman E B & Son (Edward B and Ed 

ward R), flour and feed. 
Chambers J Bee, civil engineer. 
Coast Land Co (Francitas), P S Harris 

mngr. 
Crockard & Thurston (Samuel L Crock- 

ard, Loren E Thurston), grocers. 
Delanev Edward E. drugs. 
UELANEY HOTEL, 51 r.s Mary Dclanc 
Propr; Rates $2 Ter Day; First Class 
Accommodations, Commercial Trade 
a Specialty. 
Dickinson Eugene I, jeweler and op- 
tician. 
Dorchester & George (Ralph jr. Dorches- 
ter. Charles L George), tailors. 
Dorchester & Wenrick (Ralph M Dor- 
chester, Lee R Wenrick), men's furn- 
ishings. 
DOUTHIT THOMAS E, The Angleton 
Land Man.' (See auv below.) 



Farrer *». Masterson, cattle breeders. 

Follett A B. poultry breeder. 

Follett Lewis II. lawyer. 

Foster Robert It. insurance. 

GAINES km i! win C, Lawyer mid Loan*. 

Sec and Mngr Gulf Coast Abstract -v 

Title Co. 
Gayle George W, lumber. 
Gayle's Theatre. G W Gayle propr. 

esecke Cornelius, lumber, dry good? 

find hardware. 
Gieseclce D Bell, grocer and hardware. 
Goss & Wait (George W and John L 

Wait), bakers and grocers. 
Grecnway W E, confectioner. 
C.l'LE COAST ABSTRACT & TITLE CO 

(Capital $30,000), John W Gaines Pres. 

J M Cot-bett Vice-Pres and. Treas 

Richard C Gaines Sec and Mngr, Titles 

Guaranteed to Purchasers. 
Gulf Refining Co, J S Jamison ajtt. oils 
Harris George L, real estate. 
Harvin Frank M, mayor and real estate. 
Hershner Andrew G, postmaster. 
Hodges Edgar J, cashr Angleton State 

Bank. 
Horton & Son. blacksmiths. 
Hurst Fred, dairy. 
Hurst J H. poultry breeder. 
Jamison Bert M, cashr Brazoria Count- 
State Bank. 
Jamison David B, live stock. 
Jessup Charles D, lawyer. 
Johnson James D, restaurant. 
Kelloy H E & Son (Horace E and Horace 

E jr), livery and omnibus. 
Kendricks Edward, grocer. 
ICIBEB 1 . Iteal Estate anil Loans. Cit- 
rus Fruit Lands a Specialty. 
Lewis Frank, meats. 
Loggins James T. lawyer. 
Boggins Reuben B, count:,' attorney. 
MeFarland Wm J, tinner. 
Magnolia Petroleum Co, Xeal Giesecke 

agt. 
Masterson & Rucks (Alexander B :>';• = ■ 

terson. Augustus R Rucks), lawyers. 
Maxey Samuel B, physician. 
Meyers A O, blacksmith. 
Miller John K. agt SI L, B Si M Ry an I 

W U Tel Co. 
Morrison Thomas E, undertaker ar. i 

notions. 
Motheral Jefferson D, physician. 
MUNSON A A T A (Ailrlnnce and Thnr- 

man A), Civil Engineers. (See adr 

below.) 



A. MUNSON. B S., A.M.C T. A MUNSON B S . A.M ' 

Electrical Engineer . Civil tn R ir,eer 

Angleton, Texas 10 Cayle Building Phone i 

A.&T.A.EMJNSOH 



ENOINE£F)S 



For Information about Texas 

Gulf Coast Country Write 

Thomas E. ^suthit 

The Angleton Land Man 
ANGLETON, TBTXAS 



Edwards Andrew M, propr Angleton 

Hotel. 
Eh man George, tailor. 
Everd Alfred C, photographer. 
Ezell George H, mngr Southwestern Tel 

ct Tel Co. 
Kaickney John C, hardware and fnrn. 
Farmer & Gibson (Robert R Farmer, N 

E Gibson), meats. 



Road and drainjRC 
plants, surveys, 



nates 



eper 



:s. br.dres. f., 
and sueerv!, 



MUNSON .1 \Y\DIIY, County Judge and 

Attorney at Law. 
MUNSON & MTNSON <(.I Wnddy and M 

Stephen Munson), Lawyers. 
Patterson Luther, well driller, 
PEOPLE'S ABSTRACT CO (It R Mlzell; 

Victoria), W R Bratton Mngr Ab- 
stract Work Carefully and Promptly 
Executed. 

Perry Henry A, county assessor. 

Phillips Hotel. G w Phillips propr. 

Phillips Wade C. district clerk. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn, Sharpe &. Smith 
ngts. 

Price Francis M, dry goods. 

Quaid A Chalk, dray. 

Reed Wm F. publr Angleton Times. 

Seagraves R B, poultry breeder. 

Sharpe ^ Smith (Harry Sharpe, Stcphc-r. 
Smith), general store. 

Shirley Robert C, county clerk. 

Smith Samuel S, drugs. 

Snyder E C, poultry breeder. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, G H Kzt'.l 
mngr. 

Sproles Wm S, lawyer. 

Stair John, baker and confectioner. 

STEVENS lit t.M( l\. See and Trenn Bra- 
zoria County Abstract Co. 

STEVENS FRANK W, Pre* and Mnsr 
Brazoria County Abstract Co. 

Stockton Wm C, ph\s and vet surg. 

Stockwell Elmer P. lawyer. 



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Stock well <fc Foster (Elmer P Stockwell, 
Robert It Foster), real estate. 

Taylor C E, poultry breeder. 

Taylor James P, county supt of schools. 

Taylor Wm, dairy. 

Texas Co The. Bennett Bros ngts, oils. 

Van Pelt Terry, ant II & B V Rv and W 
F & Co Exp. 

WHISLEIt REALTY CO (Wm II Whlsler, 
George A Keith. A M Poland). Real 
Estate and Loans. (See adv In Rosen- 
berg.) 

WILLIAMS WM T, Lawyer, General 
Practice; Engaged in Practice in 
Texas 20 Years. 

WILSON LOUIS J, Attorney nt Law. 

Wright John A, sheriff. 

Yancey Daniel, apairist. 



ANGUS. 

On the H. & T. C. R. R. in Navarro 
county, 7 miles from Corsicana, the 
county seat and banking point. Tel.. 
W. U, Exp, W. F. & Co. Thomas Ware. 
I'ostmaster. 
Angus Telephone Co. 
Stewart L II, grocer and drugs. 
Story J D, cotton gin. 
WAKE THOMAS, Genernl Store. 



ANNA. 

Population S66. In Collin county on the 

intefurban and IT, & T. C. R. R., 11 miles 

north of McKinney, the county seat and 

43 miles north of Dallas. Has a bank, 

a weekly newspaper, The Advance, 

Methodist, Baptist and Christian 

churches, public schools and two cotton 

gins, principal shipments cotton and al- 
falfa. Tel., W. U.; Exp., AY. F. & Co. 

Hawk Brown, postmaster. 

Alexander George R, hardware and gro- 
cer. 

Anna Advance The (weekly), A J Wag- 
ner publr. 

Bates Clyde, livery. 

Bates Thomas G, drugs and physician. 

Bradshaw James "F, gaiage. 

Brown Hawk, postmaster. 

Collins G 1", real estali-. 

Continental .State Bank (capital .$10,000), 
J D Wilkinson pies, A Shirley vice- 
pres, B A Marcom cashr 

Dowger Y C. contractor. 

Estep Wm M, livery. 

Ezell Wm E, grocer. 

Farmers & Merchants' Gin Co, A Pair 
ningr. 

Frazier Lowney E, genl store. 

Geo Eva, milliner. 

Goforth J C, contractor. 

Goldman Perry, poultry breeder. 

Greer & Moore Elevator Co (J I. Greer, 
P. C Moore. J P Burrus). 

Hornsby & Guthrey (M D Hornsby, Lee 
Guthrey), dry goods. 

McKinney Cotton Oil Well Co, E E Cox 
mngr, cotton gin. 

Perry & Smith, blacksmiths. 

POWELL M C, Live Stock, Grain and 
Meat Market. 

Shelton R T, tinner. 

Shirley A & Bro (A and F H), lumber, 
hardware and furniture. 

Smith A H, poultry breeder. 

Smith Cecil Z, physician. 



Strother Alonzo I", drugs. 
Strother Wm L, restaurant. 
Wagner A J, tuiblr The Anna Advance. 
Welch & Pierce (S A Welch, Yancy 
Pierce), meats and ice. 



ANfiONA. 

Population 600. On the T. & P. Ry. in 
Ced River county, 53 miles northwest 
of Texarkana. Has two gir.s, 2 banks 
and a weekly newspaper. The Annona 
News, Methodist and Baptist churches 
and one school. Tel.. W. U. ; Exp.. W. F. 
& Co. Mrs. W. A. Wootten, postmaster. 
Adams-Coffman Co (W T Adams, A 

Meal, M T Coffm.an), genl store. 
Allen C E, lumber. 
Annona News (weekly), C R Floyd 

publr. 
Clarksville Cotton Oil Co, J W O'Neil 

mngr. cotton gin. 
DFLLINGEH B, Vice-Pros The First 

State Bank. (See adv below.) 
First National BanK (capital $30,000), 

R F Scott pres, E K Russell vice-pres, 

II W Pirlcey cashr. 
FIRST STATE BANK (Capital $25,000), 

A J Martin Pres. B Dellinger Vice- 

Pres, L B Pool Cashr. (See adv below.) 
Floyd Charles R, publr Annona News. 
Gaines E V, lawyer, 
rlardman W E. physician. 
Huckabay Jack, tailor. 
Knitlin I R, restaurant. 
Lindsay W L, dry goods. 
Lyons E W, dravage. 
MARTIN A J, Pres The First State 

Bank. (See adv below.) 
Pipkin T P, physician, 
POOL L JF1, Cashr The First State Hank 

and Insurance. (See adv below.) 
Rhodes B L, grocer. 
Russell-Thompson Gin Co (E K Russell, 

J M Thompson). 
Sibley Len, meats and live : ; tock. 
Stiles Bros & Co (J M, C D and Martin 

Stiles, S A Fuller, Oma Puckett), genl 

store. 
Strickland J F, drugs. 
Swan C D, live stock. 
Thompson J M, live stock. 
Williams & Bryant (B F Williams, W W 

Bryant), grocers. 
Wolf W H, genl store. 
Wootten II G. physician. 
Wootten W A Mrs, postmaster. 

ANSON. 

Population 1,000. The county seat of 
Jones county, is located on the W. V. 
ami the A. & S. Rys., 14 miles south of 
Stamford. Has Baptist. Christian and 
Methodist churches, 2 banks, a news- 
paper, The Western Enterprise, 3 gins, 
i dour mill and a planing mill. Tel., 
W. U. ; Exp., Adams and W.. F. & Co 
Telephone connection. H. C. Butler, 
postmaster. 
Anson Commercial Club, James P Stin- 

son sec. 
Anson Hardware Co (capital SIC, 000), 

C G Rowell pres, R L Penick vice-pres, 

Herbert Anderson sec. 
\nson Milling Co (S C Potts). 
\nson Planing Mill Co (P. T Alartin). 



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Anson State Bank (capita! $2.".,u00), J S 
Morrow pres, C G Rowell vice-pres, A 
W Johnson cashr. 

Arnold F A, lawver. 

Bailey B F Mercantile Co (capital $2. r , - 
000), P. F Bailey pres, J A Carr vice- 
pres, J M Arnett sec and treas, genl 
store. 

Baker J II, dry goods. 

Barkley A S, furniture. 

Barrett Bros & Co (capital $30,000), R 
J Barrett pres, C F Barrett vice-pres, 
G B Rosser sec and treas, grocers and 
hardware. 

Rarrett R L, countv tax collector. 

Barwise T M, agt AY A r Ry and W U Tel 
Co. 

Bowman W C Lumber Co (Kansas Citv, 
Mo), W W Foster mngr. 

Boynton J W, lawver. 

Brocketl-P'Pool Co (capital $25,000), 
George II Brockett pres, B B Brockett 
sec and treas, genl store. 

Brown-Phillips Co (J O Brown, W T 
Phillips), dry goods. 

Butler H C, postmaster. 

Chambers Clinton R. county attorney. 

Chapman & Coombcs (W R Chapman, 
Charles E Coombcs), lawyers. 

Cunningham L T, county sup* of schools. 

Davidson & Roland Bros (C E Roland), 
geni store. 

Fauth Fred, meats. 

FIDELITY AM) DEPOSIT CO OF 

MARYLAND. McCargo & Mills Agents. 

FIRST NATIONAL HANK (Capital $50,- 
000), C H Steele Pres. R R Shapard 
Vice-Prcs, J J Steele Cashr. 

Goodrich J E, notions. 

Grace Joe, genl store. 

Graves T A, confectioner. 

Gray A G, harness. 

Groves G '/,, restaurant. 

Hale H C, ice dealer. 

Harper E P &. Son ( E P and C T), liv- 
ery and bus line. 

Hatch & Pyeatt (M Hatch, E E Pyeatt), 
feed. 

Hotel A'ietch, Thomas A r ietch propr. 

Howell Drug Co (capital $5,000), A S 
Howell pres, John A Lollar vice-pres, 
G R Prichard see and treas. 

Hudson T P, meats. 

Johnson A AY, cashr Anson State Bank. 

Jones A M, physician. 

Kennedy & Grain, blacksmiths. 

Ladd R G, county treasurer. 

McClure T F, sheriff. 

Marvin II F, garage. 



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Maxev J J, hardware. 

Misfit Clothing" Co (Greenville), J P 

Hauk mngr. 
Morrow R E, grocer. 
Myers A S, wagon yard. 
Orens George, blacksmith.- 
Pittard Knox, drug's. 
Pittman G SI, restaurant. 
Pope Walter S, lawyer. 
P'Pool C H, county clerk. 
Prichard F C, dentist. 
Randel Joe C. county judge. 
Randel J C. restaurant. 
Reaves A S, grocer and hardware. 
Rice Sam C, drugs. 
Robinson & Bobinger (Baker Robinson. 

Edward Bobinger), restaurant. 
Roland R J. county assessor. 
Rosamond it Scott (Stamford), J II 

Rosamond mngr, cotton gin. 
Rutherford A F. grocer. 
Shields S R, agt A & S Rv and W F & 

Co Exp. 
Simpson, Dunwoody & Simpson (J D 

and E T Simpson, A A Dunwoody) 

cotton gin. 
Smith C S. agt Adams Exp Co. 
Smith J P. blacksmith. 
Smith S J T, lawyer and insurance. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, T H Holme: 

mngr. 
Spencer R B & Co (Waco, Tex), W I 

Hag-ens mngr, lumber. 
Stamford Oil Mill Co (Stamford), J G 

Miller mngr, cotton gin. 
Steed L E, dry goods and millinery. 
Steele J J, cashr First National Bank. 
Taylor J W, dry goods. 
Thomas W G, publr Western Enterprise. 
Western Enterprise (weekly), W G 

Thomas publr. 
Wichita Valley Land .<L- Immigration Co 

(capital $6,000), H L Norris pros. Sirs 

Nona Simpson vice-pres, E A Lee sec 

and treas. 
Wilemon J L, tailor. 
Wright J T, hog breeder. 

ANTELOPE, 

Population 200. In Jack county, 24 
miles from Jacksboro. the county seat 
and 1C from Jerrnyn. the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Stage daily to 
Jacksboro. Jessie E Rollans, postmas- 
ter. 

Archer Stercantile Co. genl store. 
Arnold J J. drugs. 

Christian Paul, genl store and hard- 
ware. 
Dement George, agt Am Exp Co. 
Hilburn R E, physician. 
Huber Andrew C, blacksmith. 
ROLLAXS JESSIE 13, Postmaster. 
Roberts J C. grocer. 
Wallace J H, notions. 



Grantham G E, restaurant. 

Herran S T, cotton gin and grist mill. 

llun't & Troutman, cotton gin. 

Mangham & Matthews, genl store. 

O'Farrell Thomas, meats. 

Shepherd W F, genl store. 

Skeeters W T. genl_ store. 

Tillery R W, hardware and furniture. 

Wcalherly Bros, drugs. 

Weeks J T, drugs. 

WiHery R W, confectioner. 

APPLE SPRINGS. 

Population 75. On the < ;. I.. & X. R. R. 
in Trinity county, 15 miles from Grove- 
ton, the county seat and nearest [tank- 
ing point. Exp., W. F. & Co. O. C. Hart, 
postmaster. 

HAIIT OLLIR C, General Store. 
Warren W T, genl store. 
Watson W F, genl store. 

AQUILLA. 

Population 500. On the T. C. E. R. 
in Hill eountv, 22 miles north of Waco. 
Has Baptist, Christian, Methodist and 
Presbyterian churches, a bank and a 
weekly newspaper. The Times. Exp., 
Am: Telephone connection. W. R. Pres- 
ton, postmaster. 

Aquilla Gin Co. W V Hartis mngr. 
AQUILLA STATE HANK (Capital 520,- 



000), O G Bowman pres, J E Ji 

Cashr. 
Aquilla Times (weekly), W S Slays 

publr. 
Autre>* Wm P, meats. 
Rd wards & Miller, meats. 
Forrester Furniture Co. 
Foster F S. r r and exp agt. 
Galloway Slay, millinery. 
Henderson T V, cotton gin. 
Hill H SI, drugs. 
Lamb & Bennett, genl store. 
Manoney W J. grocer. 
Mays W S. printer. 
Olsen SI G & Co, dry goods. 
Pool J S, lumber. 
Prewitt & Bennett, genl store. 
Reese W H & Son, confectionery. 
Roberts W C, restaurant. 
Spivev Jay, genl store. 
UNION CEXTBAL LIFE IXSCRAXCI 

CO OF CINCINNATI, OHIO, Lee & Le< 

(Dallas) General Agents. J E Jones 

Agent (See backbone, left top lines 

and adv in Dallas Section). 

AH A II. 

Population 35. In Scurry county. 15 
miles from Snyder, the county seat 
banking and shipping poir.t, with whicl 
place it is connected by a daily mail 
stage, fare 50 cents. J. L. Bean, post- 
master. 

BEAN J L, Postmaster. 
Fellmy C R, genl store. 
Sears E F, cotton gin. 



ASTELOPE GAP. 
A rural postoffice on the G. C. & S. F. 
Ry. in Slills county. 14 miles from 
Goldthwaite, the county seat. 



APPLEBY. 

Population 250. On the H. E. & W. 
T. Ry. in Nacogdoches county, 6*4 miles 
northeast of Nacogdoches, the county 
seat. Has a bank. Tel.. W. U. ; Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
Atkinson T U, grocer. 
Baker E P & Bro, blacksmiths. 
Blackshear, White & Co, genl store and 

drug's. 
Chandler & Mills, genl store. 
1'llls'I' STATU HANK i< i. pill. I $10,000), 

C H Tiinlall Pres, J II Seals' Cashr. 



ber of special and general stores. Tel.. 

W. V.: Exp., W. F. .* Co., Telephon .- 

nections. Garland 1'. Tarrant, postmas- 
ter. 

AHAXSAS IIAKllOIl IKHMIWI, RAIL- 
WAY, Y von I'n -n I:, is (New York. 
Pres, J C Moore Yice-Pres. .1 NY 
Holmes Sec, J A Zimmerman Treas and 
Auditor. 
Aransas Pass Business Men's Club. C A 

Knowlton sec. 
Aransas Pass Chamber of Commerce. J 
I) Wheeler pres. .1 H Tweedy vice- 
pres. R l, Spencer sec. 

AHA.NSAS PASS CHANNEL A" DO< K 

CO, y von den Berg (New York) Pres. 

S S Zimmerman Vice-Pres and Treas. 

George Slay Sec, J s Clark Genl Agt. 
Aransas Pass Commercial Club, E A 

West sec. 
Aransas Pass Drug Co (capital $5,000). 

Waller Noble pres. O F Smith sec. 
Aransas Pass Ice & Cold Storage Co 

(capital $50,000). John Hutto pres. J 

W Thcw see. G SI Calhoun mngr. 
ARANSAS PASS PROGRESS (NYicklvi, 

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ARANSAS PASS. 

Population 2.000. An incorporated 
city in San Patricio county on the S. A. 
& A. P. Ry. and on the gulf coast, 22 
miles east of Corpus Chrisli and 2ii5 
southwest of Houston. Aransas Pass is 
six miles from Port Aransas and is con- 
nected with it by a terminal railway. 
Port Aransas is a deep water port for 
all ocean-going vessels. The work of 
deepening the channel to at least 30 feet 
is now in progress by the U. S. govern- 
ment. Already clocks and warehouses 
have been constructed for exporting and 
importing cargoes from and to all parts 
of the world. In August, 1913, two car- 
goes of cotton, approximately 20.000 
bales, were shipped from Port Aransas 
to Liverpool and other points. These 
were the first shipments made from this 
point. It is now a regular port for all 
coast line vessels for receiving and dis- 
charging freight. This spells a great 
reduction in freight tariffs to all south- 
west Texas and means that Aransas 
Pass will become an important distribut- 
ing point for this great section of the 
country, as well as a port for exporting 
the great volume of cotton grown in the 
interior. Has churches ol all leading 
denominations. 2 hanks, a weekly news- 
paper, cotton gins, compress and a num- 



ARANSAS PASS REALTY CO, .ViLmd A; 

Grubbs Proprs. 
Aransas Pass Telephone Exchange. J B 

Covington propr. 
Beyett John & Son (John and G H). genl 

store. 
Bigelow Charles SI. genl store. 
Birkhead C 1>. tailor. 
Blankmyer 11 II. physician. 
Brooke Exchange (H Brooke. T G Mor- 
ris), real estate. 
Brown Conn, lawyer. 
Burnett F P, grocer. 
Cherryhomes J W. real estate. 
Clendening F L, dry goods. 
Coase Lumber Co (capital $20,000), H 

Brook pres, Theodore G Slorris sec. 
Commercial Hotel, E P Laney propr. 
Conn. Campbell & Brown tS J Conn. J 

If. Campbell, Conn Brown), real estate 

and abstracts. 
Douglass John, furniture. 
Fherle B, tailor. 
Fields-Porter Lumber Co (capital S1S.- 

000), H G Fields pres, C H porter sec. 
First National Bank (capital $25,000). 

W H Young pres, L J Usher vice-pres, 

L T Ayres cashr. 
First State Bank (capital $50,000), C W 

Holmes pres. J A Zimmerman vice- 
pres, C W Holmes cashr. 
Fortenbury James SI. mngr NY U Tel Co. 
Fullerton J A, restaurant. 
Garrison James, agt S A & A P Ry. 
Greer-Henry Co (capital 510,000). J S! 

Henry pres, SI J Greer sec. genl s:or-r. 
Gustafson G E planing mil!. 
H SI T Hardware Co (John Hutto. T S 

Mount. W E Tedford). 
Hamilton R M, plumber. 
Hatch G S. confectioner. 
Hawkins Charles \Y, real estate. 
Heineke Edwin, grocer. 
Helming 10 H. jeweler. 
Iliillomaii W U, physician. 
Hotel Royal. .1 A T Todd propr. 
Houghton John F. grocer. 
Jamieson J Si. agt W F & Co Exp. 
Kelley .1 li. confectioner. 
King Collie & Co, J B Pondrom mngr, 

cotton exporters. 
Klahr !■: E, notions. 
Krohn Harry, dry woods and clo.i . 
Lawrence W II, dentist. 
Live Oak Theatre, Dean A: Scofield 

proprs. 
McAlister (' F. 2 rain. 
M.-mtim: a imiiiii (J n McBrlde, .1 L 

Kohb). Architects. 
Mci'..\ IClta, restaurant, 

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Macomber C B, paints and furniture. 

Manhoff B, optician. 

Manhoff E J, physician. 

Moodv M L, genl store. 

Mimcy Bros (J H and O C). livery. 

Nelson Miller C. lawyer. 

Noble Walter, physician. 

Oflield B J Mrs, milliner. 

Oliver & Payne (A D 

Payne), clothing-. 
Parnell Cafe (Mrs A B 

Reynolds). 
Peoples D H, dentist and photographer. 
Port Aransas Transportation Co, J S 

Clark genl agt. 
Potts W C, real estate. 
PRICB EDGAR I.. Publisher Aransnn 

Pass Progress. (See adv.) 
Raney R E, confectioner. 
Rice Fount, restaurant. 
Roddy I L, baker and confectioner. 
Siler I O, insurance. 
Spencer R L. real estate. 
Stanzel C Z. machinist. 
Starbuck Rooming House, W II Star- 
buck propr. 
Starbuck W H, real estate. 
Steagall & Carper (W F Steagall, Joseph 

Carper), real estate. 
Steele J H W Co The (Galveston), R M 

Bain jr mngr, forwarding agents. 
Tarrant 'Garland P, postmaster. 
Thwing J W, restaurant. 
Todd J J, mayor and real estate. 
West II M, city engineer. 
Wheeler John lie Berry, lawyer and 

pres Aransas Pass Chamber of Com 

meree. 
Wliitham J W, meats. 
Young W H, lawyer. 
Young & Emery (W H Young, W H 

Emery), real estate and abstracts. 



ARI1ALA. 

Population 50. In Hopkins county, 12 
miles south of Sulphur Springs, the 
county seat, banking and shipping 
point. Mail daily. 
.Holmes R J, general store. 
McCLAIN C M, General Store. 
Martin S A, genera) store. 
Paine J G, general store. 

ARCADIA. 

Population 300. On the G. C. & S. 
P. Ry. in Galveston county, 21 miles 
northwest of Galveston, the county seat, 
and 8 from Alvin, the nearest hanking 
point. Tel., W. U. Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. 
Arcadia Telephone Co. 
Belch J L, blacksmith. 
Pranks J E, v.-hol hav. 
EOLBERT ROBERT \V, Propr Holbe<-f> 

Nurseries. 
HOI. BERT'S NURSERIES, R AV Hnlhcrl 

Propr, Fig and Orange Trees 

Specialty. 
Hoshal J L, lumber. 
Link Oscar, meats. 
Murdock B C, confectioner. 
Palro M (est of), general store. 
Spencer & Owen, general store. 
Travis J E, grocer. 

ARCHER CITY. 

Population 825. The judical seat of 
Archer county is located on the YV. F. & 
S. and the S. W. Rys., 25 miles south of 
Wichita Falls. Has Baptist. Christian 
and Methodist churches, a bank and a 
weekly newspaper. Cotton is the prin- 
cipal shipment. Tel., W. U. Exp., Am. 
Telephone connection. H L. Robertson. 
postmaster. 

Alexander George W, county clerk. 
Andrews W L, cattle breeder. 
Archer Dispatch (weekly), S H Melugin 

publr. 
Archer Inn, Mrs M Chesnutt propr. 
Bowman W C Lumber Co (Kansas City, 

Mo), U G Foster mngr. 
Csxiingtori L 1'. county assessor. 
Carver E B, cattle breeder. 
Conner C R, hardware and implements. 
Cowan S M. cattle breeder. 
Dickey G G, wagon yard. 
Dlllaid S A, furniture. 
Duren Setb 1', grocer. 

Farmers' Union Gin Co J YV Seals mngr. 
Forbes Wm F, flour and feed. 
Forgy W E, lawyer. 



Gaston .1 G, county surveyor. 

Goodwin C E, county tax collector and 

sheriff. 
Hart E F, drugs. 
Henderson A H. agt S. XV. Ry. 
Hildcbrand <Sr Dycus, cattle breeders. 
Hodges B II & Son (B H and II H), 

livery. 
Jagers A M Mrs, grocer. 
Jones N J, cattle breeder. 
Lauderdale Bros (J B and S D), restr. 
Lea "M A, general store. 
Lewis F & Son. blacksmiths. 
I.ongan J, blacksmith. 
McLaughlin A F. general store. 
Melugin J S, county judge and county 

supt of schools. 
Melugin S H, publr Archer Dispatch. 
Metcalfe W T. livery. 
Minnich George A, general store. 
Morrison R S, county attorney. 
Powell George W, grocer. 
Power II A, cashr Power State Bank. 
Power State Bank (capital $:i0,000), F M 

Power pres, 11 A Power cashr. 
Power H A. cattle breeder. 
Robertson II L, postmaster. 
Scolt W E, general store. 
Settle H B, agt W F & S Ry. and Am 

Exp Co. 
Shelton J N & Son (J N and J E), drugs. 
Singleton W I, real estate and ins. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, James Q 

Clark mngr. 
Yv r ilson I. F (Kansas City, Mo), C A 

Montgomery mngr, cotton gin. 
Wilcox~J W, cattle breeder. 
Wilson Sanford, cattle breeder. 
Woodward Lula, county treasurer. 
Young County Lumber Co (Graham), C 

C Conner mngr. 
YOUNG XV C LAND CO THE (AV C 

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ARCOLA. 

Population DO. On the I. &-. G. N.. the 
G. C. & S. F., and the S. L. R. R., in 
Fort Bend county, 22". miles southeast 
of Richmond, the county seat, and 20 
south of Houston. Tel., W. U. Exp., 
\V. F. & Co. 
KEIR F O, General Store. 

AHDEN. 

Population 14. In Irion county, 10 
miles from Sherwood, the county seat 
and nearest banking point, and 22 V 2 
from San Angelo, its shipping point. 
Telephone connection. A. L. Medlock, 
postmaster. 
Arden Telephone Co. 
Cargill ei Garrett, cattle breeders. 
Funk Joseph, cattle breeder. 
MEDLOCK A I., Grocer, Real Estate aud 

Cattle Feeder. 
Mi ins Logan, wool grower. 
Minis Robert, cattle breeder. 
N'oelke E F, cattle breeder. 
Richardson John, cattle breeder. 

ARGENTA. 

A rural postoffice in Live Oak county, 
0'/ 2 miles northwest of Mathias, its 
shipping point and 1G from Skidmore. 
the nearest banking point. Mail tri- 
weekly. 
Domer J M, general store. 

ARGYL.E. | 

Population 125. Located on the T. & P. 
and M„ K. T. Rys. in Denton county, 7| 
miles south of Denton, the county seat. 
Has a bank and a cotton gin. The prin- 
cipal products and shipments arc cotton 
pnd grain. Tel.. W. U. Exp., Am. and 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. R. 
W. Fenton, postmaster. 



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point. Has a newspaper. Tel., W. U. 

Exp., W. P. & Co. M. C. Garnett, post- 

niaster. 

Arno Co-Operative Irrigation Co, L A 
Needham (Pecos) pies. 

Arno Irrigator (monthly), Trans-Pecos 
Land and Irrigation Co publrs. 

Brooks J R, r r, exp and tel agt. 

GAHMilT V L, General Store nnd Ho- 
tel. 

Trans-Pecos Land and Irrigation Co, L 
A Needham (Pecos) pres. 

Aitr, 

Population 400. On the I. & G. N. R 
R. in Smith county. IS miles from Tyler, 
the county seat. Has a Methodist and 
2 Baptist churches and a bank. Tel., 
W. U.; Exp., W. F. & Co. Win. E. Wil- 
son, postmaster. 
Allen & Fair, genl store. 
Arnold Mercantile Co. genl store. 
Arp Guaranty State Bank (capital $10,- 
000). J D Allen pres, L W Turner 
cashr. 

iCook & Lewis, genl store. 
Dean Eros, restaurant and confectioners. 
Gaut J M, cotton gin and grist mill. 
Hardy & Dukes, genl store. 
Hill D M, blacksmith. 

iKassebnum H A, i r. exp and tel agt. 
Pace II A, genl store. 

Hay Bros, genl store. 
Story F W, drugs. 

i Wilson C R, produce. 
\YILSON «t MILLS, C.cuernl Store. 

ARTESIA. 

Population BO. On the I. & G. N. R. R. 
in La Salle county, 12 miles from Cotulla, 
the county seat and nearest banking 
point. Has Baptist and Methodist 

churches. Tel., W. U.; Exp., W. F. & 
Co. M. H. Baine, postmaster. 
Alderman E W, cattle breeder. 
Arp James, onion grower. 
HALVE M It, General Store, Cotton lluy- 

er, CaJtle Breeder and Real Estate. 
Henrichsen J E, cattle breeder. 
Horton Ed, onion grower. 
Horton J T, cattle breeder. 
Lane W N, cattle breeder. 
McCoy E N, cattle breeder. 
Martin Green, cattle breeder. 
Whitehead T W. r r, exp and tel agt. 
Winslow J W, cattle breeder. 
Winslow T J, onion grower. 



AltTESIA WELLS, 

Population 100. On the I. & G. X. and 
the A. G. Rys. in La Salle county, 11 . H 
miles south of Cotulla. the county scat 
and banking point. Tel., W. U. ; Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
Artesia Mercantile Co. genl store. 
Burris John J, cattle breeder. 
Salmon A G, restaurant. 



ARTHUR CITY. 

Population 150. On the S. L. <S- S. F. 
Ry. in Lamar county, 16 miles north of 
Paris, the countv seat and nearest bank 
location. Tel., W. I".; Exp., W. F. & Co. 
Telephone connection. 
Arthur Store Co, genl store, 
niho Charles, grocer. 
SVilkins J C & Co, genl store. 

Asunv. 

Population 150. In Matagorda county, 
22 miles from Bay City, the county seat 
and banking point and 4 from Beadle. 
the nearest shipping point. F B Bond, 
postmaster. 
Ashby Farms Co. 
Ashbv Store Co, genl store. 
HONli FRANK I!, General Store. 

ASHERTUX. 

Population 1.000. On the A & G. It. 
R. in Dimmit county, 10 miles from Car- 
rizo Springs, the county seat. Settled 
in 100S. Has Baptist, Catholic, Christian 
and Methodist churches, a bank and a 
<> newspaper.' Telephone connection. Exp., 
!W. F. & Co. E. A. Armstrong, postmas- 
ter. 

Alamo Lumber Co. 

ARMSTRONG E A, Apiarist nml Poat- 
! master. 



Asherton Commercial Club, Wade Shaw 
sec. 

Asherton Furniture and Hardware Cc. 

Asherton News (weekly), Autry i: Ga:;'- 
ney publrs. 

Asherton State Bank (capital $10.000 1 
R \V Taylor pres and cashr, H Wood 
asst cashr. 

Asherton Telephone Co, Asher Richard- 
son propr. 

Autry <^- Gaffney, publrs Asherton News 

Cactus Hotel, C C Post mngr. 

Conley It S, r r and exp agt. 

Dillon Lee. genl store. 

Engel Ad, meats. 

Klores Antonio, blacksmith. 

Garcia E G & Son, genl store. 

Goodman H, genl store. 

llagood C O. tailor. 

Hagood J D, confectioner. 

Hester's Pharmacy, E M Bush mngr 
drugs. 

Hughes E L & Son, drugs. 

Ilutter Frank, baker. 

ICimble Hotel, G II Kimble propr. 

Kingan Thomas, confr. 

Parks M B, dentist. 

Price B H, blacksmith. 

Randolph & Hazelrigg. cattle breeders. 

Richardson Asher, cattle breeder. 

Rodrique^ Simon, grocer. 

Schuman E F, grocer. 

Shaw W H, grocer. 

Vasquez E, meats. 

Villareal E. general store. 

Wright U S, confr. 



ASHLAND. 

Population 250. On the M. & E T'. 
Ry., in Upshur county, 1C miles from 
Gilmer, the countv seat. Has a bans:. 
Tel., W. U. Exp.. Am. Telephone con- 
nection. J. J. McClurg, postmaster. 
Bovd AV D, cotton buver. 
ltOVD W 1) * CO, General Store. 
Camngton E L. real estate. 
Crowcll H, general store. 
Davidson S H, cattle buyer. 
Guaranty State Hank (capital $10,0001. 

W D Boyd pres, 11 Smith cashr. 
Mathis W M, general store. 
Powell C P, general store. 
Richards M B, physician. 
West E B. cotton gin. 
Whitls W T, tattle buver. 
Woodall D D, r r, exp and tel agt. 

ASH WOOD. 

Population 25. On the G. H & S. A. 
Ry., in Matagorda county, 12 '» miles 
northeast of Bay City, the county sea: 
and hanking point. Mail daily. 
Smith C L &. Sons, general store. 

AsruiiiinvT. 

Population 700. The judicial seat :: 
Stonewall county is located on the W. V. 
Ry., 35 miles west of Stamford. Has 
Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Pr =- 
byterian churches, a bank, and a weekly 
newspaper. The Star. Cotton is i'.'-^ 
principal shipment. Telegraph and tel- 
ephone facilities. Exp., Adams. G. .-- 
Gray, postmaster. 
Annis A A. dentist. 
Arrington W J, county judge 
Aspermont Star (weekly), Richard H 

McCarty publr. 
Bedingfield F M, hardware and furniture 
Bingham W B, livery and bus iir,e. 
Bradv P, drugs. 
Bryant-Link Co (Spur, Tex), J C Li;'.:-: 

mngr, general store. 
Carter J M, lawyer. 

Cottage Hotel. Mrs I; D Senter propr 
Dalby F J. meats. 
Dickey S R, county treasurer. 
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MARYLAND, Johnson-Couch 1. 

Title Co Agts. 
FIRST NATIONAL 11\NK (( 'miltnl »-•"••- 

000). D It Couch Pres, Wm Jord 

S B Pulson Vice-Pres, Roy r.- . 

Cashier. 

Gibson Bros (C F and E F), hardware 

Gray G A. postmaster. 

Herring Ernest, lawyer. 

Hickman .1 M, cotton gin. 

Holcomb T M. real < gtati . 

Johnson-Couch Land Title Co, abstrai 

Knight T E, county attorney. 

Lee J F. county surveyor. 

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McCarty Richard II. publr Aspermont 

Star. 
McCord S S. real estate. 
McLaury M C, druss. 
McLaury & I,ee (C A McLaury, J A Lee), 

feed. 
May field Eugone, cattle breeder. 
Myers J L, jrrocer. 

Oldham Xj M, county supt of schools. 
Rash J C. county assessor. 
Reed II M, lawyer 

Riddel Roy. cashr First National Bank. 
Rollins N Ci, general store. 
Sellers E V. cattle breeder. 
Senter F O, sheriff. 
Spencer R B & Co (TS'aco. Texas), J B 

Lipscomb mngrr, lumber. 
Springer A W & Son (.capital $10,000), 

A W Springer pres, L C Whitaker 

vice-pres, B "\V Porter sec and treas, 

general store. 
Stonewall County Telephone System, J) 

E Davis propr. 
Tillotson K S. county clerk. 
Whitaker L C, r r, tel and exp agt. 
Young- Men's Booster Club, Richard H 

McCarty sec. 



ATASCOSA. 

Population 120. On the I. & G. N. R 
R. (Flag Station), in Bexar county, 19 
miles from San Antonio, the county seat 
and 4 from Lytle, the nearest banking 
point and express office. Telephone con 
nection. J. F. AV. Clever, postmaster. 
BfEYEK J V W, (ieneral Store aud l*oi 

tery. 

ATHK.VS. 

Population 3000. The judicial seat of 
Henderson county is located on the St. 
L, S. W. and T. & X. O. Kys., 76 miles 
^onth of Dallas. Has Baptist. Christian. 
Methodist and Presbyterian churches. 3 
schools. 3 hanks, a daily newspaper, the 
Daily Review, and 2 weeklies, the Re- 
view and the Henderson County Journal. 
The Athens Fire Brink Co. operates a 
large fire brick and tile plant, and there 
are 2 cotton gins. a. stone crockery fac- 
tory and a foundry and machine shop. 
Ships cotton, grain and the clay prod- 
ucts. Telegraph and telephone facilities. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Arthur W. Hawn, 
postmaster. 
ADAMS JAMES O, Watchmaker nu«I 

Jeweler. 
Athens Commercial Club. C G Hatch sec. 
Athens Cotton Oil Co, W T Connley 

propr. 
Athens Daily Review, Yantis & Son 

publrs. 
Athens Drug Co (John Matthews). 
ATHENS I'-lIMi HIUCK CO, .lobn F 

Faulk Pres. Robert F Williams See 

and Treas; Fire Brick, Fire Clav arid 

Fire Tile Mnfrs. (See left bottom 

lines and pn"-e 119.) 
AlIIKiVS IKK IIGTUL, Cas.slui L, Murll 

Propr. 
Athens Marble & Granite Co, Hendlcy 

*; Gauntt proprs. 
Athens National Bank (capital $25,000). 

Joseph T Larue pres, Clarence Johnson 

vice-pres, Barton Sigler cashr. 
Athens Pottery Co. Pearl E Miller propr. 
Athens Press Brick Co, Charles H Cole- 
man propr. 
Athens Review (weekly), Robert Yantis 

& Son publrs. 
ATHENS TAILOR SItOP, Casalus 1. 

Murft" Propr. 
Athens Telephone Co, John Murchin- 

son propr. 
Barber Nathan T, grocer. 
Barnes Newton, vel surgeon. 
Bass T J & Son (Thomas J and Thomas 

L), meats. 
Bradshatv James J, county clerk. 
Byrd Albert P. restaurant. 
Cain Smith Co (Smith Cain), general 

store. 
CAMP JOHN W, Wjilchmnker and 

Jeweler. 
Carroll Edward A, hardware, undertaker 

and furniture. 
Chalmers Richard, photographer. 
City Water Works, Walter Morrison 

supt. 
Coopes Dessie Mrs, milliner. 
Crook Peter H, plumber and tinner. 
Day Wm W, grocer and meats. 



Peen Hotel, John T Deen propr. 
Dickerson Drug Co, John T Dickerson 

propr. 
Dowell I.onzo H. house mover. 
Powell & Meredith (George XV Dowell, 

Elisha Meredith), restaurant. 
Dunbar Hal. county tax collector. 
Kasterwood Drug Co, Thomas H Car 

ruthers mngr. 
Easterwood Dry Goods Co (John W 

Easterwood). general store. 
Erwin Thomas D, surveyor. 
Farmers' & Merchants' " Gin, Sam II 

Davis propr. 
P.H'LK JOHN F, Pros Athens Fire Brick 

Co. 
Faulk Tom P, cashr Guaranty State 

Bank. 
Faulk James J, real estate. 
Ferrell Carl, dentist. 
FIDELITY A\D DEPOSIT CO OF 

MARYLAND, E O Hall Agt. 
First National Bank (capital 550,000). 

Daniel It Murchinson pres, Charles H 

Hawn vice-pres, John W Murchinson 

cashr. 
Forester Wm M, tailor. 
Forgey Bros (Wm L and Ewing H), 

grocers and feed mill. 
Frankfurt Dry Goods Co (Benjamin 

Frankfurt), general store. 
Erizzel Thomas P, county treasurer. 
Garrett James, general store. 
GARRETT JOHN H, General Store, 

Wholesale and Retail Merchandise. 

Fruit and Commission Merchant (See 

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Gauntt Robert L, general store. 

Gauntt Wm M, grocer. 

Gott-Hawn-Sigler Co (Duleney Gott. 
Arthur Hawn, Barton Sigler), hard- 
ware and furniture. 

Guaranty State Bank (capital $50,0001, 
George M WotTord pres, Valentine 1 
Stirman vice-pres, Tom P Faulk cashr. 

HALL ERNEST (J, Propr Majestic 
Theatre. (See adv.) 

HARRISON LONZO L, Merchant Tailor 
(See adv.) 



lenkins Wm T, dentist. 

JOHNSON JORDAN S, Racket Slore. (Sec 

adv below). 



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JONES T B. Inventor and Manufacturer 

Electro-Galvanic Rings, Drugless and 

Harmless Remedy for All Blood and 

Nerve Trouble. (See adv opp.) 
JUSTICE WM D, Publisher Henderson 

Count v News. 
Kennedy Charles P, agt T N & O Ry and 

W F & Co E.xp. 
LANDMAN ERNEST A, Lnwycr, Inuur- 

aiice Agent and Real Estate. 
I.AVTON JOHN, <;roccr. Confectioner 

and Fruits (See adv below). 



Faraey Grocery 

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Love Albert B, foundry. 
L.uker James M. genl store. 
McDonald Joseph A. lawyer. 
MAJESTIC THEATRE (Scntlujs Cnpnctty 

300), Ernest O Hall Propr (See adv 

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Hart & Dickerson (Ora Hart, Ben D 
Dickerson), bakers. 

Hart & Neff (Henry Hart, Joseph Neff), 
confectioners. 

Hawn Charles H, lumber. 

KI0NDICRSON COUNTY X15WS (Week- 
ly), Wm 1) Justice Publisher. 

Holland Samuel, district clerk. 

Jackson .Men-it, restaurant. 

Jackson i; Wetzel (Dean Jackson, Otto 
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.Mathews Wm, grocer. 
Mattasolio Charles, harness. 
Mayheld J T. agt St. L re S W Ry. 
Meredith & Cooper (Allen Meredith, 

Louis Cooper), bakers. 
Miller Benjamin, jeweler. 
Morrison Walter, plumber. 
Morrow James P, sheriff. 
Murchinson John A, srer.l store. 
Murchinson John W, cashr First Nation- 
al Bank. 
JIUIIFF CASSII'S l„ Propr Athens Tailor 

Shop and Athens Inn Hotel. 
Owen Charles D, county judge, 
i 'aimer Donald It. photographer. 
Paterson Robert W, lumber. 
Perkins Bros Co, Hunter Smith ningr, 

genl stoz-e. 
Perry General P, genl store. 
Perry Wm C, notions. 
Powers J J Drug Co, Valentine Stirman 

propr. 
Powers Luke A, grocer. 
Price Bros (Wm A and Byron), furniture 
Prince John S. district judge. 
Reierson & Jones (John R Reierson, 

Paul Junes), genl store. 
Richardson Bros (Win A Richardson), 

renl store. 




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Rivers Dry Good.: Co (Robert L Rivers), 
genl store. 

Royall & Henry (John M Royall, Will 
Henry), live stock. 

Sawyer John, lull poster. 

Searls John W, genl store. 

Sides i!e Broom (Anthony Sides, David 
Broom), grocers and grain. 

Sigler Barton, cashr Athens National 
Bank. 

SOUTKLAXD LIFE INSURANCE CO, \V 
A Wofford Agt. (See It ft side lines 
and adv in Dallas Section). 

Spencer Eugene, hardware and furni- 
ture. 

Starr-Mayfield Co (J B Mayfield), whole- 
sale grocers. 

Tanner & Fulton (Alonzo H Tanner. 
John Fulton), cotton gin. 

Thompson Ripley D, gonl store. 

TIDWISLL * ALBXAJDEH (Louzo Tld- 
well, Jack Alexander), Blacksmiths. 

TTTSWORTH RUFF, Restaurant. • 

Toury-Sanders-Parsons Co (John II 
Toury, Edward A Sanders. Homer L 
Parsons i, hardware and furniture. 

Trull David C, genl store. 

"Wallace Wm II, pianos. 

WILLIAMS ilOHEHT I', See Athens Fire 
Brick Co. 

Williamson John B. coal and wood. 

Wofford W A, agt Southland Life In- 
surance Co. 

WOFFORD <<; SCROGGIXS (ThoraM J! 
Wofford, George Scroggins), Horse 
and Mule Sale Stable. 

Yantis Robert & Son (Robert E and Rob- 
ert A), pi.blrs Athens Review (daily 
and weekly). 

Zilliam Henry T, grocer and wagon 
yard. 



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livery. 



ATLANTA, 

Population 1.700. On the T. & P and 
T. A. .<i I,, Rys. in Cass count\, ISO 
milts from Dallas and 2-1 from Texar- 
kana. Has Baptist, Christian and Meth- 
odist churches, electric light and gas 
plants, 3 banks, a cotton gin and a 
weekly newspaper. The Citizens' Jour- 
nal. Tel., W. I.T.; Exp, W. P. & Co. Tele- 
phone connection. Mrs. A. J. Roach, 
postmaster. 

Ailday D H. cashr Fa i mors' State Bank. 
Atlanta Gas Co, E Slpe mngr. 
Atlanta Ie c & Electric Light Co, J T 

Chamblevj mngr. 
Atlanta National Bank (capital $50,000), 

L F Ailday pros, B H Singletary vice- 

pres, P C ".Villi's cashr. 
Atlanta Wholesale Grocery Ce, T G King 

propr. 
Brewer J M. poultry breeder. 
Brown S T, restaurant. 
Burton J W, poultry breeder. 
Campbell B S. dry goods. 
Campbell Co (11 G Campbell), dry goods. 
Cass County industrial League, Martin 

Alldav see. 
CITIZENS' JOURNAL THE (Weekly), 

Charles Fletcher Publisher. (See adv 

below). 



Clark R E, poultry breeder. 

Cope It T, jeweler 

Cupp s T, poultry breeder 

Dunklin R P, drugs and jeweler. 

Dupree W N, poultry breeder. 

Eagulle E E. poultry breeder. 

Ellington n F Co (John J and John J 

jr), genl store. 
Erambert W 11 jr. genl store. 
Farmers' Stale Bank (capital 525,000), W 

A Howe pres, )i J Daniel vice-pres, D 

H Alldav cashr, 
Figures W I:, lawyer. 
First National Bank (capital $75,000) 

R P Dunklin pres, A C Smith vice-pres. 

J G King cashr. 
FLETCHER CHARLES, ru). linker The 

Citizens' Journal. (See aav.) 
Gibson & Cohb (A N Gibson, J A Cobb). 

cotton gin. 
Green & Willis (F M Green, T_, W Willis), 

genl store. 
Hall J F, poultry breeder. 
Herring J II. poultry breeder. 
Hogan P E, baker. 
Howe W. A, genl store. 
Hughes Bros (George and J 

store. 
Hughes Bros (J H and G E), 
Hughes John, confectioner. 
Jackson Harry, blacksmith. 
Johnson JL R, men's furnishings. 
Johnson W S. livery. 
King J G, cashr First National Bank. 
Lanier W D. jeweler and books. 
Long R L. physician. 
McClung C W, genl store. 
MeWilliums A 3 & Co (capital $in,000) 

J D Johnson pres, A J McWilliam: 

sec and treas. genl store. 
Miles T A, drugs. 

Montague W D, r r. tel and exp agt. 
Moores C H, lumber. 
O'Neil Howard, lawyer. 
Paulette & Spivey (H B Paulette, J B 

Spivey). grocers. 
Real <fc O'Farrell (W H Peal, J B O'Far 

rell), grocers. 
Perkins T F grocer. 
Porter R H, grocer. 
Powell M P, restaurant. 
Roach A J Mrs, postmaster. 
Smith A C, g?*il store. 
| Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, J M Young 

mngr. 
Spearman N S <t Co (N S and W B Spot 

man), genl store. 
Spell T s; hardware. 
Starkey W A, phvsician. 
Stewart Hill, lawyer. 
Vick J T, physician. 

VVestbrook & Willoughby (G R West- 
brook. A L Willoughby), real estate. 
Willis P C, cashr Atlanta National Bank 



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MOKGAN O K. <;. 

master. 
Yeager J S, cotton gin. 

AUBREY, 

Population 900. On the T. & P. and 
M. K. & T. Rys. in Denton county, 11 
miles north of Denton, the eount\ seat 
and 4S northwest of Dallas! It has 3 c-c- 
ton gins, a flour mill, water works, a 
bank and a weekly newspaper. The 
Herald. The soil is well adapted to cot- 
ton and grain raising. The princip il 
shipments are cotton, fruit and grain. It 
has Methodist, Baptist and Christian 
churches. Tel., W. U.; Exp.. Am. anil \\". 
F. <k Co. Telephone connections. Wm. 
C. Pearson, postmaster. 
Allen J Wm, real estate. 
Aubrey Commercial Club. H Ross Ed- 
wards. 
AUBREY HERALD (Weekly), E D Mc- 
Cage Publr. (See adv below. 1 



E. D. McCAGE. Fropr.ctor 

AUBRBY, TEXAS 

Second Best Advertising Medium 

in Denton County 
It Reaches the People in their Homes 



Citizens Journ 

CHAS FLETCHER, Publisher 
A t I e. n t a , Texas 



ATI. AS. 

Population 50. On the T. M. R. R. in 
Lamar county. 7 miles from Paris, the 
county seat and 3 >/» from Howland. both 
of which places afford banking facili- 
ties. Telephone connection. Harrison 
Woo! d ridge, postmaster. 
Crowley E S & Co, Harrison Wooldridge 

mngr, genl store. 
Crowley Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Dunagan & Wooldridge, cotton gin. 
Patterson R M, genl store. 
WOOLDRIDGE HARRISON, Manager E 

s Crowley & Co and Postmaster. 



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ATTOYAC. 

Population 100. In Nacogdoches 
county, 18 miles from Nacogdoches, the 
county seat and 4V« from Chireno, the 
nearest banking and shipping- point. 
Telephone connection. Walter T. Fuller, 
post master. 

FULLER W T, Generiil Store. 
Jones D J, genl store. 
Rogers J M, physician. 
Simmons J A, genl store. 

ATM ELL. 

Population 75. In Callahan county, 22 
miles from Raird, the county seat, 11 
from Putnam, the nearest shipping point 
and 7 '/; from Cottonwood, the nearest 
banking point, stage daily to Putnam, 
•are 75 cents. Telephone connection. O. 
K. Morgan, postmaster. 
Maddux, Clark & .Morgan, blacksmiths. 
Maddux &■ Brashear, genl store. 



Aubrey Hotel, Mrs Adie Reubell propr, 

.Aubrey Milling Co (capital $20,000), 
Joel A Rhoads pies, Jasper N Hender- 
son vice-pres, Houston G Musgrove- 
sec and treas. 

Bates Emmett M, physician. 

Bryant Alvin C, ) r. "tel and e> p agt. 

Burk Robert L, physician. 

Caddel Herman, dray. 

Clack Henry P, piano tuner. 

Coffey & McNatt, blacksmiths. 

Copenhaver John E. phvsician. 

Denton Oil & Gin Co (Denton). Robert B> 
Ezell mngr. 

Dyche O Reno, druas and jeweler. 

Dyehe & Tobin ( Wm Dyche, Hugh 
Tobin), meats. 

Edwards H Ross, dry goods. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Capital SSO,- 
OilO, Surplus ami Profits $16,000). Tom 
F Rodgers Pres, Samuel C Henderson 
Vice-Pres, Houston G Musgrove Cash- 
ier. Thomas L Phillips Asst Cashier. 

Goodwin Thomas J. harness. 

Gregory Mack M, restaurant. 

Griiiin Win, vet surgeon. 

Henderson Bros t Barman J and Samuel 
C), hardware and implements. 

Ison T H, blacksmith. 

Lanford J Henry, dry goods. 

Looper Bros (Homer and Reagan D), 
grocers. 

McCAGE ELMO D, Publr Aubrcv Herald. 
(See adv.) 

McCormick Fred, drugs. 

Monon Wm R. jeweler. 

Morris F M, nursery and cattle breeder 
3 miles south. 

Mullins Thomas I., livery and cotton 
buyer. 

Mullins & Conly (Thomas L, Mullins. 
Wm E Conly), grocers and furniture. 

MUSGROVE HOUSTON <;, Cashier First 
National Bunk a. id Geie-ial insurance. 

Pearson Wm C, postmaster. 

Phillips 11 W. blacksmith. 

Pilot Point Oil Mill Co (Pilot Point). 
W:n E Kcll> mngr, cotton gin. 

PowleJge Joseph G, grocer and hard- 
ware. 

Ratcl, ford Dora, milliner. 

Ratchford Thomas E. cotton gin or.dl 
water works. 

Ratchford Wm P. dry goods. 

Ross Ed H. poultry breeder. 

Simpson civile, poultry breeder. 

Simpson Vernon, poultry breeder. 

Southwestern Tel ,v- Tel Co, Win 1' Keen 
mngr. 

Thomas Farm, poultry i reedt rs 



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OFFICERS : 



E. P. W1LM0T, 

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WM. H. F0LTS, ] |fti#i fe /' . ■ 

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MORRIS HIRSHFIELD. 

Cashier 

C. M. BARTHOLOMEW, ?''" 

Ass;. Cashier 






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A. T. BROTT, Sec. 



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BUILDERS 

Buildings and Bridges, Steel, Concrete and Structural Work 
Water, Light and Power Plants Installed. Surveys, Drawings and Estimates 



Offices 923 l A Congress Ave. 



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MANUFACTURERS OF Sanitary Sweeping Compound, Liquid Soap, Martin's Sure Cure Roup Remedy, Martin's Lice 
Powder, Dog Soap and Roach Powder, Sure Death Insecticides and Disinfectants, Milky Disinfectants and Floor Oils, Soap Dis- 
pensers, Etc. 

AUST1PJ, TEXAS 



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Education of the Colored Youth 

Fine Equipment, Lowest Terms for Advantages Offered. 

Strict Discipline. Able and Experienced Faculty. 

COURSES : 

Normal College Preparatory, English, Bible. Music, Dress Making, 

Cooking, Blacksmithing, Carpentry, Tailoring, Printing, Etc. 

WE TEACK THE DIGNITY OF MANUAL LABOR 

I MOTTO OF SCHOOL: "Strive Always to Treat Others Better Than They 
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THE COLLEGE COMPRISES SIX SCHOOLS! 
Grammar School, Business School, High Schooi, Musical School, Collegiate School, Engineering and Manual Training Department 

CONVENIENCES: 
Private Rooms at Moderate Rates; Up-tcPate Gymnasium; Well equipped Natatorium; Large Recreation Rooms with all Indoor Amusements 

FOR CATALOGUE AND FURTHER INFORMATION, ADDRESS 

REGISTRAR, ST. EDWARD'S COLLEGE, AUSTIN, TEXAS 




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FOR COLORED YOUTHS 

This school teaches the literary branches to and including the tenth grade; it also teaches tailoring, shocmaking, mattress, 
basketry, dairying, foot-mat, broommaking, domestic science, domestic art and agriculture, hog and poultry raising. In addition to 
the seven buildings, there are barns for all the domestic animals, and one hundred acres of good faim land. 



REV. J. I. DONALCSON, SUPERINTENDENT 



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Located One A\i Ic North 
of Austin. 

Orphans under twelve years 
of age, sound In mind and 
body, and unable to pay are 
admitted Iree of charge. 

Orphans and other persons 
over twelve years of aee may 
be admitted upon application. 



The Institution has three hundred acres of land 

in connection with its industries, where the students are given an opportunity in learning agriculture, horticulture, 
stock and poultry raising, dairying, etc. Other industries taught in the Institute : domestic science and art, hair- 
dressing, manicuring, massaging, plain and fancy sewing, tailoring, millinery, blacksmithing, wheelwright, instru- 
mental and vocal music, also shorthand, bookkeeping and typewriting. Literary branches from the first grade up 
to and including the high school are also taught. The school runs twelve months in the year. 



Summer Encampments 



are held annually on the campus of the Institution, where people of all trades, professions and religious denomina- 
tions are gathered, and specialists employed to lecture and teach. Special courses are given here during the sum- 
mer for farmers who have not the time to leave their crops to attend school. 

A Chair of Sunday School Pedagogy 

has been installed preparing young persons for usefulness in their respective communities. For the present, nine 
teachers are employed for twelve months in the year to look after the literary and industrial phases. For the sum- 
mer school, about two hundred lecturers and specialists of both races are employed for fifteen days. This Institu- 
tion is under the auspices of the St. John Encampment with a Governing Board of twelve members; an Advisory 
Board of five prominent white business citizens of Austin and vicinity. The Institution is indorsed by Bishop 
King Solvin, of the Episcopal Church; Father John O'Keefee, of the Catholic Church; the Austin Ministerial As- 
sociation (White) ; the Governor and State House officials of Texas. 

The School is Located 

at such a distance from town as to take away the excitement 
of city life, giving the student an opportunity of applying 
himself diligently to study and research. 

A Negro-town-site is being laid off and the Waco-Tem- 
ple Interurban has been surveyed through the property. 
The Lampases branch of the Houston and Texas Central 
runs within two hundred yards of the building, giving per- 
sons an opportunity of getting on or off. The street cars 
of Austin come within one mile of the premises. Splendid 
public loads on every side of the farm, making access to the 
Institution without difficulty. 

TERMS REASONABLE'. 



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St. lobi! 

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J. DAVENPORT BUSHELL, D. D., Principal 




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ORGANIZED 1S67. 

FORTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL SESSION 

Jit. gohn 

JULY 21-30, 1914 

Orphan Homo Campus, One Mile North of Austin 

AUSTiN, TEXAS 

U. U. CAMPBELL, Moderator 

HJurposcs : 

1. — To Improve the Home Life. 2. — To Stimu- 
late Church and School Pride. 3.— To Make Kural 
Life Healthy and Attractive. 4. — To Inculcate the 
Principles of Self Help. 5. — To Encourage a Friend- 
ly Relation and Co-Operation Between Landlord and 
Tenant. 6. — To Hear How to Make Success, by 
Men Who Have Succeeded. 7.— To Hear the Re- 
ports ot the Increase and Decrease of Zion. 8. — To 
Gather Statistics on Negro Development. 9. — To 
See the Great Orphans' Home and Raise $15,000.00. 
10. — To Remember the Dead and Reunite the Living. 
11. — To Secure Information About all Phases of 
Church Work and Negro Life. 12. — To Encourage 
Thrift, Industry and Economy. 



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Present enrollment 440. Number of teachers 42. 
Officers and employees 49. 12 buildings. 10 indus- 
trial trades taught: Carpentry, painting, tailoring, shoe 
repairing, iron and machinery works, bakery, element- 
tary and advanced sewing, domestic science, painting 
and printing. 32 teachers employed in academic de- 
partment of the school. Three pupils in the Blind- 
Deaf department. -:- -:- -:- -:- 



HEAD OFFICERS 
Gus. F. Urbankte, Supt., T. V. Archer, Principal 

E. C. Brown, Storekeeper and Accountant, 
Ama Caperton, Matron, Mrs. E. J. Driskill, Housekeeper 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Joe Koen, President. Moritz Silver, Vice President. 

S. F. Nolen, 

Ike D. White, Wm. Bohn, A. W. Pflugcr. 



AUSTIN, 



TEXAS 



Texas Training School for Defectives 

and Sanitarium for Mental and Nervous Diseases 



1112 East Ninth Street 



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Phone 703 



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A private educational institution for teaching, 
training and care of children suffering from men- 
tal and nervous diseases and physical defects. In 
connection with this a Sanitarium for the Care 
and Treatment of Mental and Nervous Diseases, 
Alcoholic and Drug Addictions. 



MEDICAL STAFF. 



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T. O. Maxwell, M. D. 
F. A. Maxwell, M. D. 
A. F. Beverly, M. D. 



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Joe S. Wooten, M 
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REFERENCES: 

Dr. B. M. Worsham, El Paso, Texas; Dr. F. P. 
McLaughlin, Austin, Texas; Dr. M. L. Graves. 
Galveston, Texas; Dr. M. M. Smith, Dallas, 
Texas; Dr. G. B. Foscue, Waco, Texas; Dr. John 
Preston, Austin, Texas; Dr. Ralph Steiner, Aus- 
tin, Texas; Dr. F. S. White, San Antonio, Texas; 
Dr. Whitfield Harral, Dallas, Texas. 



STEAM HEAT. ELECTRIC LIGHT. HOT AND COLD BATHS. 



T. 0. MAXWELL. M. D., President 

(Former Superintendent Southwestern 
Insane Asylum). 



DR. R. W. KING, Resident Physician 





A Boarding and Day School 
For Young Ladies 



Under the Direction of the 
Sisters of The Holy Cross 



AUSTIN, XEXAS 

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The Course of Studies 

Embraces all the branches of 

A SOLID AND REFINED 

EDUCATION 



For Further Information Apply to Sister Mary Frances Clare, Superior 



AUSTIN, TEXAS 



TSLLOTSON COLLEGE, Austin, Texas 



Opened to Students, 1881. 

First Charter, 1877. New Charter, 1909. 

ONE OF THE SIX HIGHER EDUCATIONAL 

INSTITUTIONS OF THE AMERICAN 

MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION 

ISAAC HI. ACARD, Ph. n , President 
W. H. HAMLIN, Treasurer 

Colored people of the great 



nost strategic in all the 



PURPOSE— The elevation of tin 

Southwest through Christian cduca 

LOCATION— One of the finest and 
West and South. 

SERVICE— Tillotson College is a school of high ideals among a 
rising people. During its more than thirty years it has pre- 
pared hundreds of aspiring students to make brighter homes 
and to he valuable citizens and worthy leaders ol their race. 

RECENT PROGRESS AND GROWTH— Within the last few 
years the College has greatly broadened the range of its ser- 
vice, nearly doubled its enrollment, and made splendid ad- 
ditions to its buddings and equipment. 




EVANS INDUSTRIAL BUILDING— This building, made pos- 
sible bv the generous oi.ditioii.il gift of Major Ira H. 
Evans, of Austin, and the hearty response ol the C illcge and 
its friends, was opened to students in 1912, providing for 
Colored young men some ol the finest privileges f- .r in- 
dustrial training in Ihe S< nth, 
ADMINISTRATION IiUILDING -This line building, already 
nearly hall completed, will enlarge greatly the accommoda* 
tions and equipment of the College. 
COURSES — Tlu College offers Collegiate courses leading to 
the degree of Bachelor of Arts; Secondary con - I 
Preparatory, Normal, Commercial anil General Si 
Music courses in Piano and Voice Culture; Industrial 
courses in Woodworking, Iron Working, Agriculture, P inl 
ing, Domestic Science and Domestic Art; Bible and Moral 
instruction; Common School Training in Intermediate and 
Grammar grades. 

SELF-HELP FOR STUDENTS — The work of building and the general service lot the 
Institution provide self-help for many who need assistance. Courageous seekers 
education, willing to work for a superior training, will nnil substantial aid .,t i 
FURTHER INFORMATION -For Catalogue and further information, addicss the I resident 
of the College. 








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up-to-date Real Estate newspaper, Riving all the nuns, everywhere, all the while. 
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JOE HARRELL, Secty. 

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Townley George A, crocer. 

Wilson .) 13 &■ Co ("Sherman), David B 

McFarland mngr, lumber. 
Wilson W'ra T, live stock. 
Wilson & Petersen (Wm T Wilson, Peter 

E Petersen), restaurant. 
Woodford Robert C, machinist. 

AUGUSTA. 

Population 120. in Houston county, 10 
miles from Grapeland, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Mail daily. 
Long W 11 & Co. general store. 
Moore C A, general store. 



AUSTIN. 

Population 20.Kth) ( U. S. census 1 SI 01 
The capital of Texas and county seat of 
Travis county, was first incorporated 
December 27, 1S-3C It is located on the 
Colorado river at its narrowest point, 
and has an area of 16 square miles: alti- 
tude of 700 feet; the commission form of 
government; an assessed valuation of 
$21,5111,990, with between $8,000,000 and 
$0,000,000 worth of property not. subject 
to taxes. Has a bonded debt of $2,192,- 
500; 185 miles of street; 20 miles of pav- 
ing; 65 miles of public sewers; 21 miles 
of electric railway; municipal sewerage 
system; fine system of water works with 
a daily capacity of 6. 000. 000 gallons: : 
thoroughly equipped and efficient fire de 
partment; police department; 61 miles o_ 
gas mains laid; a public school system 
embracing S schools for white and 6 for 
colored children, with 145 teachers and 
an enrollment of 5,400 pupils; the Uni 
versity of Texas, the largest school in 
the South, w>th an enrollment of over 
3.400 pupils; St. Edward's College, St. 
Mary's College, Texas Wesleyan College, 
Kenilworth School, Austin College, 
Texas School for the Deaf, Texas School 
for Defective and Sanitarium for Mental 
Diseases, Whitis School. Swedish College, 
Presbyterian Theological Seminary, State 
Deaf and Dumb and Blind Institute, 
Blind Institute, Tillotscn Institute, Sam 
Huston College for Colored Children 
St. John Industrial Institute and Orphan- 
age. 

Transportation facilities are afforded 
by the H. & T. C, the I. & G. N., and the 
M., K. & T. Hys. There are 25 churches 
for the white and 10 for the colored 
population; 2 hospitals, 2 sanitariums, 
first-class hotels, 4 banks. 2 building and 
loan associations, the Public State Li- 
brary, with 35,000 volumes and tip- Uni- 
versity of Texas Library with 90.000 
volumes. The bank ci'-arings for 1913 
were $121,608,482.36. and postal receipts 
$154,524.53. Austin's importance as ; 
jobbing center is rapidly increasin; 
from year to year, and as the com 
mercial interest of tho city are mor 
extensively advertised through tht 
Chamber of Commerce the advance will 
be still more apparent. Austin's stores 
are a credit to it. The city is a leading 
retail center because it is a city of good 
schools and colleges, good homes and 
good people, a desirable place, in which 
to live. The people of the city for the 
most part are prosperous and well-to-do 
and buy the better class of goods. It 
is a city of substantial interests, steady 
growth and clean business methods: the 
size and character of its stores draw 
trade for many miles, and the merchants 
carry as fine stocks as are found any- 
where in Texas. Among the principal 
manufacturing institutions are included: 
ice factories, lime plants, foundries and 
machine shops, cotton compresses, hay 
press works, gin and mill machinery 
works, mattress factory, marble and 
granite works, planing mills, soar* fac- 
tory, candy factories, canning fac'ory, 
broom factory, brick yards, flour mills, 
cotton bale tie factory, cigar factories, 
feed and grist mills, cement works, 
e.ottoi seed nil mill-, etc. The press is 
represented by 2 daily newspapers, 10 
weeklies and a number of monthly and 
quarterly publications. Is the location 
"f the State Confederate Home, The Con- 
federate Home and the Texas State Lun- 
atic Asylum. 

Travis county contains an area of 
1.03C square miles, two-thirds of which 
is rolling prairie and the remainder 



mountainous, and some of it heavilv 

timbered. Some of the finest farm land 

In the State is located in this county, tin 

soil known as the Houston black' cla' 

being the typical black prairie soil of thi: 

section, and unsurpassed in fertility and 

adaptation to the different crops. Local 

and long distance telephone facilities 

Tel.. W. U. Exp., Am. and W. P. & Co. 

Jefferson Johnson, postmaster. 

Abadic Wm B jr, garage 211 E 5th. 

Abner Edward W D. phys 302 E 6th. 

Achilles Wm A & Co (Wm A and An- 
dreas Achilles), grocers 308 W 16th. 

Adams L Alexander, well driller 30S 
Park Lane, S Austin. 

Adams W.m S. grocer 200 S Congress av. 

Adder Machine Co The (Wilkes Bane. 
Pa), P B Stitt dist mngr Texas and 
New Mexico. Dallas; Roger Ililsman 
sales agt. mnfrs Wales Visable Adding 
and Listing Machine, Sth floor Little- 
field bldg. 

AETXA 1,1 FE INSURANCE CO OT 
HARTFORD, CONN, J N Houston 
Mngr. Joseph S Smith Asst Mngr, W 
W Fisher Genl Field Agt. Hattie W 
Hewlett Cashr, Southern Texas Agen- 
cy, 414-416-417 Littlefield Bldg. 

AETNA I.IFR INSURANCE CO (Acci- 
dent and Liability Dept), Fisher & 
Skellev District Agents. 706-707 Scar- 
brough Bldg, Tel Old 1767. 

Ainsworth Lucian M, genl contr 1107 Rio 
Grande. 

Alarco Jose M, real est 610 Searbrough 
bldg. 

Alexander Newton J, drugs 1111 E 11th. 

Alff Apoll, florist 2418 E 1st. 

Alff Charles, florist 1009 E ICth. 

Aid' Charles & Co (Charles and Edmonri 
J), florists 2001 E 19th. 

Alford Charles F, grocer 1602 Lavaca. 

Allen George W, phys and drugs 3709 
Guadalupe. 

Allen & Allen (Wilbur P Allen, John H 
Brownlee, Fred C Morse), lawyers 606 
Littlefield bldg. 

Allison Drury K, carriagemkr 1825 Nav- 
asota. 

Allison Mollie, restr 805 E 19th. 

Altenheim Home (for old ladies), Mr. s 
Katie Blount matron, 4015 Ave II 
Hyde Park. 
American District Telegraph Co, O D 
Parker mngr, 104 W 6th. 

American Express Co, Clark Dorris agt, 
115 E 6th. 

American National Eank The (capital 
$2(11.1.000), G W Littlefield pres, L J 
Schneider cashr, 601 Congress av. 
American National Ins Co of Galveston 

G F Evans supt, 403 Littlefield bldg. 
AMERICAN NATIONAL LIFE IN'SIII- 
ANCE CO, James J Milstead, Dist 
Agent. Austin Natl Bank Bldg. 
AMERICAN SURETY CO OF NEW 
YOHK, James E Lucy Mngr, Paul 
Berghaus Attorney, Pendexter Bldg, 
Tc-1 292. 

Amstead Joseph, cigar mnfr 1500 a 
Lavaca. 

Anderson A S & G T (Abram S and 

George T), iron fence 106 W Sth. 
Anderson Charles E & Co (Charles E 
Anderson, James F Clark), leal est 
200 W 7th. 
Anderson Ed, real est 6 First Natl Bank 

bldg. 
Anderson Thomas, county comnr Court 

House. 
Anderson & Benson (Charles E Ander- 
son jr, Walter S and Madison H Ben- 
son), automobiles 113 E 5th. 
A.NDREWAHTHA JOHN, Consulting nnil 
Constructing Civil Engineer and Arch- 
itect. 923 (2 Congress av. 
Andrews Fannie M, a*"t goods 1101 Col- 
orado. 
ANHEl'SER-HUSCH nilF.WlVK ASSN, 
W Frank Howard Mngr, 206 W 3d. 
Tel 45. 



ARCHER 'I' V, Principal Texan School 

for the Deaf, Tel 101. (See page 126.) 
Arlitt Max, tinner 320 E Cth. 
Armstrong Robert M, stocks 4 Boscjie 

bldg. 
Armstrong Wm E, mnfrs agt 305 E 4th. 
Arnold Richard, baker and grocer 1010 

E 11th. 
Ashford E Martin, ice 3708 Guadalupe. 



ASSMANA CAKL. Safe I) rr nod 1'.-.- 

pert. Gun. Lock and Bellsmith 1308 
Colorado. (See page 132.) 

Attal Abraham, confr 301 E 6th. 

Attal Bros (Moses and George), confrs 
415 E 6th. 

Attal Moses, dry goods 417 E 6th. 

Auburn Sales Co. F E Pryor mngr. au- 
tomobiles 300 E 5th. 

AUSTIN ADVERTISING A: DUPLICAT- 
ING CO tike N Heartsill, George C 
Rankin, F Bert Howard). Printing, 
Multigraphing and Duplicating, 510 
Searbrough bldg. 

Austin Auto Co (K C Havnie, Edward H 
Taylor). 507 Neches. 

Austin Blue Print Co (Maggie and Agnes 
Earnest), 910 Congress av. 

Austin Bottling Works (Frederick 
Horstman, Angelo Bassetti), 616 E Cth. 

Austin Brokerage Co (Frank B Kilev), 
mdse brokers 619 Littlefield bldg. 

Austin Builders' Exchange. Francis 
Fischer pies. A E Hancock sec. .1 A 
Greathouse trfeas, 15 First Natl Bank 
bldg. 

Austin Builders' Supply Co (David G 
Hewlett), 401 E 4th. 

Austin Canning Co (W B Thomas. B AT 

Delaney, J C Walker), 401 AV 4th. 
Vl'STIN CII.V1I1IER OF COMMERCE, 
W B Anthony Pres, J AV Graham 1st 
Ylce-Pres, E O Stebbins 2nd Vicc-Pres, 
H Pfaefflin Treas. Will L A r ining Sec, 
900 Congress av, Tel 1265 

Austin City AVater Works, Electric Light 

& Power Plant, 209 West av. 
Austin Coal ,t AVood Co, Wm W Holmes 

mngr 501 1'] 4th. 
Austin Coca-Cola Bottling Co. A 11 
Swanson mngr. 121 W 1st. 

Austin Cotton Exchange (Inc), R G 
Crosby pies, Herman Lenthe sec and 
treas 112 E 6lh. 

Austin Employment Bureau. J C Fer- 
nandez mngr, opp II & T C depot. 

Austin. Floral Co (Olof Olsson), 105 E 
15th and 723 Congress av. 

Austin Forum (weekly). Forum Print- 
ing Co publrs, 206 \V Gth. 

Austin Foundry & Machine Shop (Ed- 
ward L Blackburn), 202 AV 5th. 

Austin Gas Light Co (Inc), A T Knies 
mngr, 907 Congress av. 

Austin Hat Co (G J Thieiepape), 201 AV 
6th. 

Austin Loan Co, John Keough mngr, 201 
AV 6th. 

Austin Marble & Granite Co (Inc). S (1 
Tankersley pres. R L Paxton see and 
treas, J R Ray mngr, 105 AV 5th. 

Austin Mercantile Co (Inc), AV S AValsh 
pres. J E Grizzard sec and treas, whol 
liquors 208 AV 4th. 

AUSTIN NATIONAL HANK THE ( Kc- 
sourees $5,000,000), E P Wilmol Pres, 
Wm H Foils Vice-Pres, Morris Hirsh- 
feld Cashier, c M Bartholomew Asst 
Cashier, 507 Congress av, Tels 20S. 321 
and 593. (See page 123.) 

Austin Oil Mnfg Co, Daniel H Casweli 
propr. D. H Caswell jr sec and treas. 
cor Sth and Chicon 

Austin Presbvterian Sanitarium (luc>, 
T J Bennett and Z T Scott in charge, 
104 E 14th 

Austin Presbvterian Theological Semin- 
ary, R E Vinson pres, E C Caldwell 
sec, 100 AY 27th 

Austin Printing Co (Inc), A C Baldwin 
pres, C. J Baldwin sec. Rush Baldwin 
treas, pubtrs The Austin Tribune 400 
Congress av 

Austin Real Estate & Abstract Co (Inc), 
Wm H Stacy pres, 714 Congress av 

Austin Sand & Gravel Co, M U Smith 
mngr, ft of Pressler 

Austin Sanitary Laundry (G AV Varden). 

rear 104 E 14th 
Austin Soap Factory (Hugo and Arthur 

Loser), 911 E 4th. 
AUSTIN STATESMAN COMPANY <1\<>. 
M H Row/i-e Pres and General Mngr. 
E I" Wilmot Vice-Pres, Joe Harrell See. 
Publrs The Austin Statesman 713 Con- 
gress av. (See page 129.) 
AUSTIN STATESMAN THE (Dally), Ann- 
tin Statesman Co (Inc) Publrs. 713 
Congress av, (See page 129.) 
Austin Street Railway Co (Inc). AV .1 
Jones pres, A 1. Kalioch sec, E P Wil- 
mot treas, 112'.', w 6th. 





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Austin Tire and Supply Co (Robert J 

McQuig-g, .lames 1' Hanwag), 206 W 

6th. 
Austin Trading Co. Thomas C Gregory 

mngr, grocers 1103 E 6th. 
Austin Transfer Co (Inc). George W Pat- 
terson pies. James H Hubbard sec and 

treas, 112 E 7th. 
Austin Tribune The, Austin Printing Co 

puhlrs, 400 Congress a v. 
Austin Typewriter Exchange. R A Bar- 

bisch mngr, 401 Littlefield bldg. 
Austin White Lime Co (Inc), J H Chiles 

pi-es, A H Robinson sec and treas, S02 

Scarbrough bids. 
Auto Transfer Co. Harry G Breinig 

mngr. 407 Congress av. 
Babeock Frank O, grocer 119 W 7th. 
Bachman Joseph A, mnfrs' agt 2 Pen- 
dexter l>ldg. 
Bacon Robert F. plumber 20r, W 6th. 
Badger B & Pons (Brandt. Walter H and 

Robert T), whol lumber 310 Littlefield 

bldg. 
B.assett & Baggett (James O and 

Charles L), real estate 219 Littlefield 

bldg. 
Balin Gus A, real estate 612 Congress av. 
Bailey Edward B. nhvs 5 Sampson bids. 
Bailey & Parsons (W L Bailey. S E Par- 

sons), produce 604 East av. 
Balaam Hay Tress Mnfg Co (Inc), C A 

Nelson pres, M L White sec and treas. 

Red River cor E 4th. 
Balagia Tofie, confectioner 407 E 6th. 
Baldwin A C & Sns (Inc). A C Baldwin 

pres, C J Baldwin vice-pres, Eloise L 

Carter sec. Rush Baldwin treas, 

printers 400 Congress av. 
Bankers' International Life Ins Co (Inc), 

J L Hunter pres, F C Hendrix vice 

pres and general mngr. A S Thweatt 

sec, G02 Littlefield bldg. 
Bankston Sam, restaurant 302 Congress 

avenue. 
Baiajas Nicholas, restaurant 309 E 5th. 
Bargsley Wm N, meats 101 Congress av 
Barker Ben M, garage 509 Colorado. 
Barker Robert E, county coninr Court 

House, 
Barnes Theodore M, veterinary surgeon 

609 Neches. 
Bain hart Henry B, lawyer C Masonic 

Temple. 
Barron Bitoriano, baker 512 W 2d. 
Barrow Rowland, real estate 115 Austin 

Natl Bank bids. 
BARROW T H <S SONS (Tliomns II Ilnr- 

row), Real Estate Austin Natl Bank 

Bldg. 
BARTHOLOMEW CLAl'DE M, Ami 

Cashier Tin* Austin National Bank 507 

Congress av. 
Bartholomew Eugene C, real estate ( 

Masonic Temple. 
Bartlett & Son (Amasa and Henry L) 

livestock dealers 61S E nib. 
Bashara Joseph, grocer 725 E 6th. 
Bass Julia H Mrs, physician 111 W sth. 
Bastian Helene, millinery 91G Congress 

avenue. 
Bathriek Rose Mi's, osteopath 110 W 9th. 
Bauer Bros (Henry .1 and Joseph A), 

grocers 2501 Guadalupe. 
J1ATJM JI'XK CO THE (Ell and Snm 

Baum), 800 E Gtn. (See page 129.) 
Baumatin Edward, blacksmith 511 E 5th. 
Baxter Henry E. dentist 512 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Bean John E, builders' supplies 103 W 

4 th. 
Beard Charles B. coal 110 E 4th. 
Beck Benjamin, grocer 1100 E 11th. 
Beck Bros (George A and Jacob A Jr), 

dairy E 5th, 1 m e of city limits. 
Becker Lumber Co (Hermann Becker), 

87-99 Congress av. 
BEDICHEK ROY, See Young Men's 
Business Club of Austin 801 Scar- 

brough Bldg, Tel 1641. 
Begley W Neal, real estate 206 W 9th. 
Belisch Carl, furniture 807 Congress av. 
Bell George W, drayage i & G X Station 
Bell Ilenrietla. restaurant 410 E 6th. 
BEIX WM <; BROKMRAGE CO, Wm C. 
Bell Pres and Mngr, E D Messer Asst 

Mngr, Whol Brokerage, Commission 

Merchants and Mnfrs' Agents 415 Con- 
gress av. 
Bell W G Motor Car Co, Wm J Bell pres, 
E D Messer sec, 415 Congress av. 



ohert and Asa 
705 Scarbrough 



l'..lviu Brokerage Co (P- 1 ' — •' '-- 

M Belvin), mnfrs' agts 
bldg. 

Bengener Bros (George C and Louis R), 
hardware S17 Congress av. 

Bennett, Scott, Bibb & Mathis (Thomas 
.1 Bennett, Zachary T Seott. Lewis B 
Bibb. Edgar G Mathis). physicians 302 
Scarbrough bldg. 

Benney Wm J. cement contr 900 Ruiz. 

BERGEX, DAMEI, * (dlACV AB- 
STRACT CO. Franz Fiset Pres, Her- 
man Pressler Vice-Pres, D B Gracy 
Sec-Treas, S19 Congress av. 

Berghaus Paul, lawyer 4 Pendcxtcr bids. 

Bergstrom Gustave A, grocer 290S Guada- 
lupe. 

Bernhard Emil, blacksmith 1C04 S Con- 
gress av. 

Berwick Edward C, dentist 521 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

Beryman Carl J. grocer 2510 Nueces. 

Bes-Mar Theatre, Besserer & Marshall 
Amusement Co proprs, 700 Congress av. 

Besserer & Marshall Amusement Co. Ben 
F Marshall treas, Ed Besserer mngr, 
700 Congress av. 

Besserer's Military Band and Orchestra. 
Wm Besserer director, 305 E 17th. 

HEYICKL.Y A FITZHUGH, R«'H I'hjs 
Texas School for Defectives and Sani- 
tarium for Mental and Nervous Dis- 
eases 1112 E 9th. 

Bickler Harry P, official stenographer 
20th judicial district court Court 
House. 

Biebel A A, veterinary surgeon 505 Trin- 
ity. 

Bisss <S.- Co (John II Bisss jr), tailors 
1007 Congress av. 

Billingsley Jesse J, srocer 2211 East av 

Bingainan Frank, piano tuner 909 10 13th. 

Birnstiel Richard N, gunsmith 613 Con- 
gress av. 

Black Adam K, grocer 2117 East av 

Black Charles L, lawyer S20 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Black Walter B, physician 219% E 6th. 

Blanton Joseph S, grocer 1901 E 12th. 

BLEDSOE ISAAC, Wholesale anil Uelni 
Pianos. Pianolas, Music and Musical 
Merchandise cor E 9th and Congress 
avenue. 

Bloor & Bloor (Alfred W and Bert H) 
lawvers 707 Littlefield bldg. 

Blundell Wm C, grocer 1509 E 1st. 

Boatman Quintius C, dairy Fredericks- 
burg icl. U m s of Barton Springs rd 

Boemer Morris H, physician 1602 Brazos 

Bogle D M & Co (Muller E and Mrs Fan- 
nie Bogle), real estate 238 Austin 
Natl Bank bldg.- 

Bonn Bros (Wm and Herman J), dry 
goods 515 Congress av. 

Bohn-Shelhv Co (Frederick J Bohn. L 
Evert Shelby), dry goods 223 E 6th. 

Bolm Charles, grocer E 5th, 4 blks e of 
city limits. 

Bond Elbert D. baker 2904 Guadalupe. 

Booster Concrete Co (Newton L Nance. 
Marvin C Johnston), ins W 8th. 

Borchard Moses, cigars 722 Congress av. 

Bornemann Charles W, grocer 309 East 
avenue. 

Boston George J, grocer 130S F 4th. 

Boswell Wm A, real estate 503 Little- 
field bldg. 

Boutwell Alfred R, drayage II & T C 
Station. 

Bow-en & Stebhins (Edwin Bowen, Edgar 
O Stebbins), clothing 620 Congress av 

Bovd Louise Mrs, giocer 4520 Ave G 
Hvde Park. 

Bradfield John W, 1st asst phys Stale 
Lunatic Asylum. 

Bradforii-Dorflingcr Co (Inc), C A Brad- 
ford pres, N H Dorflinger sec and 
treas, paints, etc 705 Congress av. 

Bradstreet Co The, Henry M Little cor- 
respondent, 4 Bosche Idds. 

Bradv Wm E, real estate 611 Littlefield 
bldg. 

BRAJILETTE PROF E E. Sunt State 
School for the Blind cor 18th and East 
avenue. 

Brass Gustav M, real estate 221 E 5th. 

liremond John, whol grocer 109 E 6th. 

Brenlzer Nelson o, physician 501 Little- 
field bldg. 
Brewer John H, clothes cleaner 605 
Brazos. 

Bright J Robert, lawyer 319 Llttleflold 
bldg. 



Brill August w. harness 20 1 B 6th. 

Brill Wm G, photographer 1193 Chlcon. 

Brodle John C, wood cor Live Oak and 
5th. 

Branson Barney, typewriters 910 Con- 
s av. 

Brooks Anthony B. laundry 2310 Lam- 
pasas. 

Brown Ananias 
Station. 

Brown Bros (J 



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Gordon Brown, Roy L 

Slaughter), loans so.", Scarbrough bids. 

Brown Cracker and Candy Co (Pallas). 

\V A Massey sales agt. 12" E 4th. 
Broun George B, paving enntr 7"."i Lydla. 
Brown John T. cement cuiiir 506 Blanco. 
Brown Thomas J Hon, ehi<!" justice Su- 
preme Court of Texas 3d il State Cap- 
itol bldg. 
Brown <\V Moslev (John II Brown, Wm 
M Mosley). grocers 1000 Wail. r. 

Browne Calvin M, grocer 16u4 San 
Jacinto. 

Browning John F, oils 1900 Eva, S Aus- 
tin. • 

Brueggeman J & Son (Julius and Hugo 
A), cement contrs 101 E 30th. 

Brvinner Charles J, jeweler 123 E 6th. 

Brush Win B, real estate 8 Bosche bid?. 

Bryant Bros (Giles M and David M), 
dairy S Congress av, 3 blks s of 
Johanna. 

Bryant James A. dairy cor 34th and 
Blanco. 

Brvant <fc Franklin (Pleas Brvant. Maria 
E Franklin), drayage 2001 E 12th. 

Brydson Bros (John J. Robert W and 
Burt), lumber 1612 Guadalupe. 

BUAAS JO* SONS (John Otto, John 
Lawrence and Otto II Bunas i. Mnfrs of 
Galvanized Iron Cornices, Tin. Slate 
and Gravel Roofing-, Furnaces. Etc, 
207 W fiih. Tel 140. (See page 132.) 

Buckle v Frank, grocer 1000 E 2d. 

Dl'DWEISEK nrOEH, W Krauk Howard 
Agent. 206 W 3d, Tel 43. 

Buford Paschal, mnfrs agt 20S W 7th. 

Bulian Charles E, blksmith 1507 Guada- 
lupe. 

BULLEY S MARSHALL A- SON. G E 
Spinhler Mngr, Cotton. 107 12 6th. 

Uunton James H, cattle breeder 900 
Brazos. 

Buratti D D & S (David D and Sarto). 
grocers 1001 E 6th. 

Burchard Edward, grading conir 305 Le- 
land, S Austin. 

Bureau of Animal Industry, I' S Dept of 
Agriculture, Fred Grier inspr 401 W 
4th, 

P.urnham & Fehr (George S Btirnham. 
Herman Feiir), barbers' supplies 113 E 
6th. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Co, 1* M Fil- 
lingim agt, S04 Scarbrough bldg. 

Burrows John C. carriage painter 1110 
W 10 th. 

Burt S Montrose, shoes 612 Congress av, 

IIISHN'ELI. JOIIX 1). Principal St John 
Industrial Institute and Orphanage. 
(See page 125.) 

Business League Band. 900 Congress av. 

Business Men's Accident Assn of Texas 
(Inc). G W Walling jr pres. C W Con- 
nally sec, Wm H 1'olts treas. Co I Scarb- 
orough bldg. 

Ill'STIN CHAS -N LAND CO (ChuN N 
BustinV Real Estate, Insuranee anil 
Loans 415 Congress av. (See patre 131.) 

Butler Brick Works (John F and T J 
Butler), 7 1 1 6 - S Littlefield bldg. 

Cabaniss Charles M. transfer 400 Colo- 
rado. 

Cabaniss House. Mrs C A Cabaniss propr, 
102 E 2d. 

Cabaniss Scott, grocer 207 Congress av. 

Cafeteria The. Mrs C M Brott director, 
restr Ill E loth. 

Calcasieu Lumber Co, W S Drake propr. 
311 W 2d. 

Caldwell John H, lawyer 426 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Caldwell Oliver B. ins 1 Pope bldg. 

Caldwell At Bclger (Lee ll Caldwell, 
James A Belcer), grocers 600 E 6th. 

Caldwell .<:• Caldwell I i hon .1 and 

Walter D), lawvers 2<'S Llttl I • 11 bid*. 

Caldwell & Miller (Thomas l Caldwell 
Dudley Miller), general stor< 1700 K 
Congress av. 

Calhoun George. Judge 53d Judicial Dl I 

Court, Court llous** 

Callan Joseph l», automobiles 807 W 5th. 




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Campa L,ouis, confr nib Congress av. 

CAIMI'llKLL LEE I.. I'res St John lilllns- 
ti'ial Institute & Orpbange, 910 E 10th. 
(See page 125.) 

Canadv Waller E, grocer 2S2S Guadalupe. 

Canion .T N * Son (John N and J Ross), 
livery 40S Brazos. 

CAPITAL CITY AUTO CO, W It Hudson 
Pres, Wm Graham Vice-Pres, Distrib- 
utors of Kissel Kar, Keo, Hupmobile 
and Stearns; "We Give Service with a 
Capital S," 209-213 W 6th, Thone Old 
1575, New 620. 

Capital Compress Co (Tnc), Wm T Cas- 
well pres, D T Igrlehart Sec and Treas, 
616 Littlefield bide. 

Capital Land & Investment Co (Edwin R 
Smith, J Gregg Hill), 103 W 7th. 

Capital Mutual Fire Ins Co, W L Gilfillan 
pres, Edgar L Steck sec, 110 Austin 
Natl Bank bids'. 

Capitoi Citv Fuel Co, P H O'Donnell 
mngr, 305 W 14th. 

Capitol Oil Co (Walter O Stephens, 
George C Garrelte), lands 411 Litcle- 
field bldg. 

Capron Charles B, piano tuner 602 Har- 
than. 

Carmichael AVra P Co (St Louis, Mo), 
Wm C Reed supt, g-enl contrs, Austin 
Datn. 

Carpenter John R, drugs 219 E 6th. 

Carpenter Wm E, genl store 319 E 6th. 

Can- M Daniel, genl contr 2S04 Blast av 

Carr M D Mrs, poult rv breeder 2S04 East 

Carreon Marciel, tailor 303 W 5th. 

Carrington Albert, blksmith 602 Red 
River. 

Carson Hugh M. blksmith 1106 E 6th 

CASEY C (;, I'ropr Progress Printing 
Company 104 E 10th.. (See page 130.) 

Casino Theatre, Besserer & Marshall 
Anuisement Co proprs, 702 Congress 

Caswell Wm T, real est 625 Littlefield 
bldg, cotton buyer 410 Chicon. 

Caswell & Smith (Clyde D Caswell, Fred 
H Smith), jewelers 013 Congress av. 

Cavett Moses C. wood 210 E 1st. 

Champion Bicycle & Gun Shop (John P 
and Spier W Routon), 405 Congress av. 

Cherico Felix, grocer 1401 E 6th. 

Chiappiro Simon, confr 705 E 6th. 

Christiansen Carl, photogr 920 Congress 

Citizens' Bank & Trust Co (capital $100, 
000), Wm R Hamby pres, R E Cham 
bers cashr, 519 Congress av. 

City Loan &. Investment Co (Tnc), Jef 
ferson Johnson pres, W I-I Stacy sec, J 
\V Bobbins treas, 714 Congress av. 

City Gin Co. J Lynn Hunter pres, 1906 
E 6th. 

City Hospital, P. V Murray res phys, Mrs 
Bell Friedman matron. 1405 Sabine. 

City Water Power Co The (Inc), Franl 
S Taylor res engr and mngr, 713 
Scarbrough bldg. 

Clark Simon J. phys 401 Scarbrough bldg. 

Clarke Virginia Mrs, ice 1904 Trinity. 

Clarksnn Alfred B, real est 625 Little- 
field bldg. 

Clements otto J, meats 1200 E 6th. 

Clements & Jones (Arthur C Clements, 
Harvey M Jones), grocers 104 Con- 
gress av. 

dinger Daniel D, grocer 1612 New York 

Cloud Joseph W, lawyer 9 Pope bldg. 

Coccancelli Giovanni, grocer 611 W 4th 
. Colin Bros (Leopold and Isaac), ladies 
ready to wear 404 Congress av 

Coleman Richard, creamery 1615 Hack- 
berry. 

Collier Wm R, dentist 404 Congress av 

Colonial Theatre, Leslie Fox propr, 916 
Congress av. 

Colorado Townsitc Co (Inc), Charles 
Ryan pres, Wm B Anthony sec and 
treas, Citv Hall. 

COMlllT'l' OSCAU II, Coicruor of Tex- 
as, State Capitol. 

Condit & Cooiey" (Jerome L Condlt, 
Charles B Cooler), mules 500 Trinity. 

Condit &. Davis (Charles L Condit, Mrs 
Jennie Davis), dry goods 71S Congress 

Confederate Home, Dr A C (diver supt, 
1600 W filh. 

Confederate Woman's Home, Katie Daf- 
fan supt, 370S Cedar. 

CONFERENCE KOIt EDUCATION IN 
TEXAN THE, II 10 Sattertield Acting 
General Manager, 361 Austin National 
Bank Bldg. 



Consumers' Fuel ,v lee Co < Dr M Lewis 
White. Charles N Avery), se cor Red 
River and E 4th. 
Cooper Edward A, dairy 5th 1 s of Nellie. 

S Austin. 
Cooper Kate P Mrs, grocer 1612 E 3d. 
Corner Richard, ins agt 9 Pendexter 

bldg. 
Cosmopolitan Correspondence College. 

Annie Cooke pres, 2S0N Guadalupe. 
Costley J Lee. real est, 611 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Costley S L & Co (Solon I, Costley), 

furniture 4n3 E 6th. 
Costley & Maud (J Lee Costley. Howard 
M Maud i. jewelers 816 Congress av. 
>ther Frank C. grocer S2) W 6th. 
Countv Hospital, Dr J M Loving phys, 

"10- W 20th. 
Covert Clarence, real est and ins 20S E 

6th. 
Covert Frank M, real est 107 W 16th. 
Covravelos Bros (Theodore and George). 

tr 216 Congress av. 
Cox Georgia F Mrs. grocer 2115 E 1st. 
COX JOHN II, Lawyer cor silt nitil Con- 
gress av. Tel 19S. (See (uiv in Legal 
Blue Book Dept.) 
Cov Sortenes S, restr 1005 E 6th. 
Craig Wm D, drugs 1106 E 1st. 
Crane Auto Top Co (Frank W Crane), 

213 W 6th. 
Crawford Edwin D, piano tuner 1204 ti 

East av. 

Crawford-Gosho Co (Tnc), S L Crawford 

pres, Cho Kitagawa sec and treas, 

cotton buyers 501 Scarbrough bldg. 

Crawford Walter H. phys 419U E 6th. 

Crescent Theatre, Wm T MacCormacl 

propr. 920 Congress av. 
Crofts Harvey D, bicycles 106 E 5th. 
Crosby Robert G, cotton buyer 71S Lit 

tletield bldg. 
Crow Wm M. blksmith, E 5th e of Mon 

topolis Bridge. 
Crow Wm P. dairy Fredericksburg rd 1 

m s of Barton Spgs rd. 
Crozier Walter, restr 909 Red River. 
Cuneo Rosa Mrs, grocer 303 Colorado. 
Cypher Louise A Mrs, grocer E 5th >4 m 

e of citv limits. 
Dahlich C A (John D and Edward C 
Dahlich, Mrs Agnes Dahlich Van De- 
vanter). furniture 1406 Lavaca. 
Daily Court Report. Jack A Fernandez 

publr, 400 Congress av. 
Daniel Ferdinand E Dr. publr Texas 

Medical Journal, 204 E Bali. 
Daniels Andrew, drayage II & T C Stn. 
Danley Andrew H, blksmith 606 Colo- 
rado. 
DANLEY'S M C CARRIAGE -\YOilKS, M 
C Danley i'ropr. Mnfrs Carriage and 
Automobile Bodies. Tops and Trim- 
mings 505-507 Colorado. Tels New 207, 
Old 705. 
Darley Charles W, dry goods 120 Con- 
gress av. 
Das Wochenblatt (German weekly), Wm 
A Trenckmann publr. 404 Congress av. 
Davis Charles L. cigars 600 Congress av. 
Davis Daniel, bottler 701 E 6th. 
Davis Nelson & Co (Nelson Davis), tvhol 

grocers 107 W 4th. 
Davis Mia Mrs. restr 411 Congress av. 
Daywood H M & Son (Haikel M and 

Louis), grocers 700 E 6th. 
Davwood Wakin M. grocer 723 E 6th. 
Dean John F. phys and drugs 523 E 6th. 
IVats Paul V M, county elk. Court House 
Decherd George M, phys 405 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
De Dona Olivio. restr 301 Colorado. 
Dedriek Sarah L. restr 1014 E 11th. 
Deen W W & Sons I Win W. Robert R 

and Wm W jr). grocers 220 E 5th. 
De Lashmutt Frank, shoes 60S Congress 

a ven uc. 
Delony Lewis S, life ins 722 Congress av. 
Depew Thomas R. cotton buyer 2035 E 

6th. 
Depot House, Henry J Dorroh propr. 203 

Congress av. 
Dickens Bryant P. printer 117 E 7th. 
Dickens ,^- Dickens (Oscar and Samuel 

ID. lave vers 101114 Congress av. 
Dickerson & Houston ill L Dickerson, 
11 s Houston), clothes cleaners 1120 
io :;•]. 
Dickinson Beverly S, insurance 622 Lu- 
lled. Id bldg. 
Dlldy Charles E. produce 606 E 6th. 



Dillingham Shoe Co (Briee I. and Brlce 
L Dillingham jr), 610 Congress av. 

Dixon Construction Co (Robert V 
Dixon), genera! contractors Morning- 
side av cor 41st. 
DIXON" JIA.MrVtTI'lllMi CO, AV S 
Walsh Pres. J A Miller Vice-Pres. 
Frank Wilke See. A S Dixon Treas, 
Machinists 403 W 3d, Tel S95 (See 
page 129.) 
Dodgen Wm L, county comnr Court 
House. 

Dodson Cecil F, auto livery Colorado cor 
W 0th. 

Dodsou W H, mgr Quality Mills cor 3d 
md Nueces. 

Poohler Agnes, public stenographer 603 
Scarbrough bldg. 

DONALDSON JOHN I REV, Supt Texas 
ficat and Dumb and Blind Institute 
for Colored Youths, Tel Old ISC (See 
page 124.) 

Doniian John K. real estate 504 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

Donnelly & White (John R Donnelly, 
Stephen White), plumbers 905 Con- 
gress av. 

Donovan Wm P, blacksmith 4107V2 
.Guadalupe. 

Doom David H, lawyer 6 Masonic 
Temple. 

Doughty Frank, furniture 220 E 2d. 

Doughty Walter F, state supt of public 
instruction, Dept of Education Stale 
Capitol. 

Dowell George S. lawyer 614 Brazos. 

Downie James, dental supplies 107 W 
8th. 

Dreves Ernil, machinist 407 Congress av. 

Driscoll & Moritz (Wm A Driscoll, Ed- 
mund Moritz), monuments 1011 E 16th. 

DMISKILL HOTEL, DrlMklll Hotel Co 
Proprs, Wm L Stark Mngr. 112-20 E 
6th cor Brazos, Tel Private Exchange 
3500. 

UitlSKILL HOTEL CO (INC), Edward P 
Wilmot Pres. W B Chew (Houston) 
Vice-Pres, Wm II Folts See. Wm L 
Stark Mngr, Proprs Driskill Hotel 112- 
20 E 6th. 

Driskill Steam Laundry, Wm L Stark 
mngr. 113 E 7th. 

Dt N II G .M CO, "The Mercantile 
Agency." Edward D .lunkin Mngr. 
513-515-517 Littlefield Bldg (See bot- 
tom etlge and left top lines). 

Duncan Jordan, musical instruments 
1309 Chicon. 

Earnest Studio (Agnes and Maggie 
Earnest), photographers 910 Congress 
avenue. 

Ernest Walter L, novelties 219 E 6th. 

Easterling James M, grocer 1112 Red 
River. 

Eluding & Christal (Otto Ebeling, 
Thomas J Christal), real estate and 
insurance 317 Littlefield bldg. 

Gbenezer Church Messenger (monthly), 
Kev L B Campbell publr. 910 E 10th. 

Eck Leonard T, hides 1215 Newton, S 
Austin. 

Eckhardt Joseph C A, phys 417 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

Edmunds & Biggins (Isaac Edmunds, 
Everett Biggins), tailors 506 E 6th. 

Edwards Charles, restr 503 W 29th. 

Edwards Joseph M, state treasurer, 
State Capital. 

Eggeling Ernest, baker 1404 Sabine. 

Lis Jacob H, auto repr 213 W 6th. 

Eisenbeiser Ernest F. grocei 1100 10 12th 

Eklund A P & Co (Andrew I 1 Eklund, 
Charles H Bonte), hlksmiths 300 W 
14 th 

Ekstroni A Nathaniel, grocer 4016 Du- 
val, llvde Park. 

Elam Dros (David P and Walter B), 
comn merchants no0 W 6th. 

Elder Wm B. I'urn repr 1 ill o Red River. 

Electric Hotel, K 1' Haigler propr, 400 
Congress av. 

ELGIN IITTLEI! IIHKK AM) TILE 
CO, John F Rut If r Pres and Gelil 
.Mngr. Walter II Walne Vice-1'res. T .1 
Duller Sec-Treas, 706-708 Littlefield 
Bldg. 

Elllngson Charles A. planing mill 1507 
East av. 

Elliott ['"rank, photogr 109 W 9th. 

ELLIOTT John It, State Purchasing 
Agent. Capitol l'.ldg. 

Elliott Wm, grocer 210s E 12th. 



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ELLIOTTS TUB ( Mrs Mart yn and Mar- 

tyn Elliott), Makers of Pictures 814 
Congress av, Tel 1193. 

Ellis Armstrong C. furniture 200 E 6th. 

Elsey George B, photogr 201 Congress. 

Endress George A, architect 806 Little- 
field bluer. 

Estes Margaret Mrs, ladies ready to 
wear, S26 Congress av. 

Estrada Victor, restr 606 Xeches. 

Evans Annie, public stenogr S20 Con- 
gress av. 

Evans Ira H, lands 335 Austin Natl 

' Bank bldg. 

Eyres Win G, architect 103 U E 7th. 

Ezell John, house mover 1192 Navasota. 

Pagan Annie .Mrs, grocer 120S W 4th. 

Fairbanks Robert B, real est 500 E 6th. 

FALSTAFF MANUFACTURING AND 
MERCANTILE CO, Ernst J Pressler 
Mngr, Distributors of Lemp's St 
Louis Beer. 310 TV 3d, Tels 19. 

Famous Coffee House, John B Taylor 
mngr. 514 Colorado. 

Farmers Lumber Co. J B Armstrong 
mngr, 94 Congress av. 

Farmers & Ginners Cotton Oil Co (Inc) 
J L Hunter pres and treas, J II Met- 
tenheimer sec, E Gth cor Cbicon. 

Faro Charles, grocer 513 W 2d. 

FAULK HENRY, Attorney-at-Lavr, Oil 
Congress a v. 

Faulk James M, drugs 400 "W 40th, Hyde 
Park. 

Faultless Dry Cleaning- and Hat Co, 
Fred Hofer mngr, 701 Congress av. 

Fayad Selini, grocer 517 E 6th. 

FERNANDEZ .1 (', Mngr Austin Em- 
ployment Bureau, Claimant for Pen- 
sions ami Spanish Interpreter, Opp H 
& T C In. pot. 

Ferris Saidi, dry goods, 505 E 6th. 

FIDELITY AMI DEPOSIT CO OF MART 
LAND, Ike X Heartsill Agt, 511 Sen 
brough Bldg and Thweatt & Son 
Agts, Littlelield Bldg. 

FIEGEL GEORGE JH, I'roiir FieKel'K 
Garage 217-219 YV 6th, Both Phones 
7SS. (See page 123.) 

FIEGEL'S GARAGE, George Fiefrel .Jr 
Propr. Auto Livery, Repairs, Storage, 
Supplies, Etc, 217-219 VV 0th, Both 
Phones 78S. (See page 123.) 

Finks Brokerage Co (Frank P Finks) 
mdse brokers 716 Littlelield bldg. 

Finley Richard TV, mnfrs agt 603 Scar 
brough bldg. 

Finn F August, tinner 403 Xeches. 

Finnigan John Co. F. YV Robinson mngr 
hides 509 East av. 

"IRM FOUNDATION (Issued Every 'lues 
day), Firm Foundation Publishing 
House Publishers, G H P Show-alter 
\V T Kidwell, J R l.ane, G W Savage 
Early Arcneeux Editors, 118 E 9tl 
(See left top corner cards and p 130. 

FIRM FOUNDATION' I'l IJLLsH i \( 

HOUSE, a II P Showalter Ires am 
-Mngr, Publishers Firm Foundation 11 
E 9th (See left top corner cards am 
page 130.) 

First Texas Stale Ins Co (Galveston), 11 
E Thompson supt, S Pope bldg. 

Fischer Joseph, grocer 609 VV Gth. 

Fischer & Lambie (Francis Fischer, R 
C Lambie), contrs l(»s TV 5th. 

Fiset, McClendon .K: Shelley (Iran/, Fiset, 
James W MeClendou, George E Shelley 
lawyers 721 l.iulclield bldg. 

Fisher ft Fisher (Samuel W Fisher) 
lawyers M7 Scarbrough bldg. 



ISHER .*. SKELLE1 (Fred K Fisher, 

Arthur L Skelley), General Insurance. 

District Agents Aetna Life Insurance 

Co (Accident and Liability Dept), 706- 

707 Scarbrough Bldg. Tel Old 1767. 
Fleischmann Co. .7 II Rodes mngr, yeast 

mfrs. 313 YV Gth. 
FLURY (;, Maker of Signs ami Scenic 

Painter, SOU Colorado, Tels Old 667, 

New 457. 
FOLTS WM H, Vlec-Pros The Austin 

National Bank, 5<t7 Congress av. 
Ford H Elston, real est 515 Scarbrough 

bldg 
Fortier Joseph, draya.ge 912 E 12th. 
Forum Printing Co (Thomas R McICee- 

ver, Charles 1-1 Sander), printers 206 

W 6th. 
Fox Benjamin F, grocer 1S15 Rosewood. 
Frank Abe, cigars lobby Driskill Hotel. 
Frank Isaac, clothing 422 E Gth. 
Frank Meyer, dry goods 203 E 6th. 
Franklin Charles H, grocer 901 "W 12th. 
Franzetti Angelo, grocer 1G01 E 6th. 
Franzetti Joseph E, grocer 2402 San 

Gabriel. 
Franzetti Natale, grocer 1724 TV 10th. 
FREE <t WILLIAMS (Aug Free. J H AV 

Williams), Real Estate 513 1 ; Congress. 
Freund George A & Son (George A and 

Andrew J Freund), mnfg jewelers 12 

Pope bldg. 
Frick Henry, grocer 1900 East av. 
Friedrich Ewald, florist and grocer 1313 

E Gth. 
Fuhrmann Adolph G, baker 1009 E 1st. 
Fulcher VVm P, printer 611 Red River. 
Fuller Minerva A Mrs, hair goods 1013 

VV 10th. 



FULMORE STERLING R (Smith * Fnl- 

more). Stocks and Bonds 10S W 7th, 

Tel 907. iSee page 131.) 
Fulmore Zachary T, Judge Corporation 

court. City Hall. 
Fulton Alovcious L, confr 1100 E Gth. 
G ft M Cycle Co (Charles C Graves, TV 

R McBrooml. 107 W 5th. 
Gaffney Patrick, grocer 3700 TVest av. 
Gaglages & Fassoulioti (Gust Gaglages, 

John Fassoulioti), restr 509 Brazos. 
Gaines Edward C, lawyer 23G Austin 

Natl Bank bldg. 
Gaines Land Co. Wm P Gaines pres, S12 

Scarbrough bldg. 
Gaines Win P, lawyer S12 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Galveston-Dallas News, John Johnson 

agt, 10S TV 8th. 
Gainmel H P N, law books 90S Congress. 
GANNAWAY JAMES L, Wholesale Dis- 
tributor, Produce. Fruits, Hav Grain. 

Etc, 2uo TV 7th. Tel 23S6. 
Ganss A & Co (.Albert Ganss). stringed 

instrument mnfrs, 2223 E 19th. 
Garcia Manila Mrs, restr 718 E Gth. 
Gardner TVm H, dairy E 5th nr Monto- 

polis bridge. 
Garrett Robert S, jeweler 910 E 7th. 
Garrett & Garrett (Wm B ami Pearson 

B), lawyers 613 Littlelield bldg. 
Garza Antonio D, tailor 108 TV 8th. 
Garza Benjamin, meats 912 Red River. 
GENERAL LAND OFFICE STATE OF 

TEXAS, James T Robison Commis- 
sioner, James H TValker Chief Clerk 

cor E 11th and Brazos. 
General Texas Co The, George P Warner 

pres. George S Warner treas, accts. 

Austin Natl Bank bldg. 
Gerjes Adolph G, mens furngs 1610 

Lavaca. 
German-American Land Co, TVm A Bos- 
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Gibson James TV, phys 108 E 9th. 
Giese Adolph F, grocer 1211 San Bernar 



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chitects. 021 Liltletield Bldg. 
lilbert George II, phys 319 Scarbrough 
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Gilbcrt 
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Giles Cam D, lawyer 7 Bosche bldg. 

Giles Val C, wall paper 710 TV 22d. 

Gilfillan Wm L genl ins 101 Austin Xatl 
Hank bldg. . 

Gilleland Char] 
forinn Sanita 

Cillis Simon. lumber 212 TV 2d. 

Gissel Henry, baker 1500 San Antonia 

(livens r2v4re.ll II. dentist ll!P, i: Gth 

Glasco IClizabeth Mrs, restr 40H i: Gth 



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Glass Hiram, lawyer 7el Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Goerner Louis, grocer 1701 E 1st. 
Goldbeck .Louis X, real est 107 E Gth. 
Goldstein Simon, cigars G05 Congress av. 
uootll Ai It REV L, (irnulte and Lime- 
stone Contractor, 1400 K Itli. 
Goodman Joseph, grocer 204 \V 13th. 
Goodstein David A, grocer 113" NY Gth. 

GOODWIN JOHN EDWARD, Librarian 
University of Texas Library. 

Gordon TVm A, lawyer 126 Littleficld 
bldg. 

Gorton TVm D, phys 111 TV Rth. 

Goslin 1) Arthur, dairy Windsor rd n 
of TV 12th. 

Golsin J TV Turner, tinner 104 E 5th. 

Gossard Alviu P, machinery 30G 12 6th. 

Gouldy J B ft Son tjohn K and Harvey 
VV), grocers 3010 Guadalupe. 

Gracy David B. lawyer 819 Congress av. 

Gracy John A, lawyer S19 Congress av. 

Grade Charles VV, baker 3015 Guadalupe. 

Grady Washington. Mksmilh 306 TV 2.1. 

Graham Desma L. lawyer 1909 Wichita. 

Graham Drug Co (Inc), James TV Gra- 
ham pres and treas. TV Murray Gra- 
ham sec. 900 Congress av. 

Granburv Howard B, phys 1 First Natl 
Bank bldg. 

Grant Albert S, dentist 30S Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Grant Robert J, dentist 10 Sampson 
bldg. 

Graves Richard S, phys 610 Congress av-. 

Gray Thomas L, electrician 115 TV 5th. 

Gray Wm A. dairy nr Montopolis bridge 

Great Southern Life Ins Co (Houston), 
Sim D TYarncr mngr. 231 Austin Xatl 
Bank bldg. 

GREEN V L (Rector .t i;reei>>. Lawyer 
708-709 Scarbrough Bldg tSee aJv i:i 
Legal Blue Book Dept). 

Greenberg Samuel, optician 709 Con- 
gress av. 

Greenwell .1- Caswell (VVm A Green-well. 
TV R Caswell), meats 510 \V list, Hyde 
Park. 

GREER HENRY C, Wholesale and Re- 
tail Hay, Grain and Millstuff, 1112 S 
Congress av. (See page 128.) 

GREGORY, IIATTS .V ItROOIvS <T TV 
Gregory, R L Batts, V L Brooks;, At- 
torticys-al-Law, 239-214 Austin Xatl 
Bank Bldg. 

Gregory Charles T, jeweler 705 E 6th. 

Greig Walter, books 910 Congress av. 

Grein Matthias, baker 514 E Gth. 

Griffin ft Sou (Samuel D and Ray), mes- 
senger service 405 Congress av. 

Griffith Drug Co (Inc), Arthur TV 
Griffith pres, Oscar K Echardt sec, 
103 VV 6th. 

Griffith Frank L, phys 103 TV 9th. 

Griffith Joseph G, bill poster 11" VV Sth. 

Grist John H, real est 621 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Grover Shelley, lawyer 516 Litllefield 
bldg. 

Guilhem Charles S Co (Charles S Guil- 
hem), whol produce 201 E 5th. 

Gulf Refining Co. B H Williams mngr, 
whol oils, lllii E 5th. 

Gullett ft Cypher (Henry S Gullett, 
David A Cypher), real est 611 Little- 
field bldg. 

Gullette James F, phys 8 Sampson bldg 

Guuu Bros Benjamin and Walter), 
dairy, 3 blks w of S Congress av, 4 
blks s of Johanna. 

flaber Abe I. mnfrs agt 123 E 7th. 

llaelmel Benno C, grocer 1001 E 11th. 

Ilaenel Emil, grocer 1 , mi Lavaca 

Haffelder Adolph, grocer 1601 Leona 

Haigler Samuel 11. pin- 610 Congress av. 

Hailey Realty C (Hal Hailey), 60G 
Scarbrough ,bldg, 

Hall Margaret E Mrs, hair dresser 110 
W 7th. 

Ilallcn ft Messer (Oscar E Hallen, Jov 
C Messer), machinists cor TV Dili and 
Colorado, 

Ilambv General S, wagon yard 502 E 
6 th. 

Hamilton George F, real est 60s Scar- 
brough I. big. 

Hamilton James R. dist atty 2Gth and 
:.:bl Judicial Districts. 

Hamilton Thomas M, blksmlth 509 
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137 



Hamilton & Lucksinger (Win 1, Hamil 
ton, Fred Lucksingrer). furniture 604 
E 6th. 

Hammond Robert J, real est 602 Scar 

brough bldg. 
Hammond & Cuneo (Wesley AA' Ham 

mond, Thomas Cuneo), meats 423 B 

6th. 
Hancock A E Co (Allen E Hancock) 

plumbers 000 Congress av. 
Hancock Edwin 11. lawyer and real est 

5 First Natl Bank bldg. 
HAIVCOI K HOTEL, X V 1,11.1.1 Propr. 1011 

W 7th. 
Hancock Opera House. George 1-1 Walker 

mngr, 112 W 6th. 
Hankc-y AVm F, teed 507 W 34th, grocer 

3211 West av. 
Happy Land Theatre, G S Hamby propr, 

500 E 6th. 
Harms Carl A, drugs -100 E 6th. 
Harper Alfred J, assoc judge State 

Court of Criminal Appeals. 
Harper Washington A. oculist 305 Scar 

brough bldg. 
HAItl'OON PtrniilSHIXG CO, J S Banner 

I'res, George S Walton Vice-Pres, E 

A Scott Sec-Treas, Publishers K'Lara- 

ity's Harpoon 107 E 10th. 
Harrcll Robert W, produce 722 E 6th. 
Harrell's (Inc), David Harrell pres, Har- 
vey Harrell vice-pres, Joe Harrell sec, 

clothing 601 Congress av. 
Harris Ernest D, confr 1000 Congress av 
Harris Millard R. mnfrs agt 204 W 4th. 
Harris Stephen II, grocer 4403 Ave B, 

Hyde Park. 
"Harris Wm W, ins 810 Congress av. 
Harrison George W, blksmith 1114 Jun- 
iper. 
Harrison Grady H, dentist 415 Scar- 

brough bldg. 
Harrison James H, grocer 400S Alice. 
Harrison W L Co (W Lawrence Har- 
rison, Max H Hoffmann. X Edward 

Barron), grocers 012 Congress av. 
Hart & Patterson ( Wm D Hart. John M 

Patterson), lawyers 618 Littlefield 

bldg 
Hart & Woodward (James H Hart. Dud- 
ley K Woodward ir). lawyers 228 

Austin Natl Bank bldg. 
Hartkopf August F, dairy AV 6th 3 w of 

Mesquitc. 
Harvey Edward W. dairy, Webberville 

rd, 1% mi e. of Chicon. 
Kauschild Max .V, real est 410 W 6th. 
Hawkins Wm E, assoc justice Supreme 

Court of Texas, State Capital. 
Haynes Harry L, city comnr. City Hall. 
Hazelwood & Duff (J W Hazelwood, T W 

Duff), hlksmiths 102 w 2,1. 
IIIOVUTMI.I, IKE X, AItonic.\-iit-l.u>v 

511 Scarb rough Bldg. Tel loo. 
Heckel Oscar, grocer 1101 E 2.1 
Hebl Mary .Mrs. grocer 3000 San Gabriel 
Ileideuhcimer, Strassburger & Co (Isaac 

Heidenheimer jr, Louis Strassburger) 

whol grocers 201 E 3d. 
Heierman Frank & P.ro (John G and 

Est of Frank), machinery 110-23 E 5th 
Herald The, M M Havnes editor, 514 '■, 

E 6th. 
Herbert Joseph, drayage I & O X Stn. 
Hernandez Manuel, restr 721 E 6th. 
Hendon R Wallace, automobiles 412 

Congress av. 
Hethcoat James K, grocer 1710 Rose- 
wood av. 
Hicks Allen, tailor 6"4 Necbes. 
High Art Tailoring Co, John Kay mngr, 

106 E 7th. 
Kildingei John & Son (Jacob J Hil- 

dinger), hlksmiths 3000 Guadalupe. 
Hilgartni'i' Henry L, oculi.it 314 Scar- 

bfough bldg. 
Hill Clyde W, lawyer and real est 6 

Roscbe bldg. 
Hill Homer B, phys 3 First Natl bldg. 
Hill John E, county tax assessor, Court 

House. 
Hill Lucia n A. lawjer 6 Bosche bldg. 
Hill Oliver G, shooting gallery 30-7 E 

6tb, 
.Hill & Hill (John W Hill), grocers 1010 

Congress av. 
Hillyer-Dcutsch Lumber Co, F W Stern- 

enberg mngr. 601 E 5th. 
Hillyer Josephine -Mrs, tlorist 205 W 15th 
Hilsman Roger, sales agt The Adder 

Machine Co (Wilkes Barre, Pa), mnfrs 

Wales Visible Adding and Listing Ma- 

cbine. Stb floor Littlefield bldg. 



HUtSI'l-]:l,l> MORRIS, Cashier The Aus- 
tin National Panic. 507 Congress av. 

Hirsbfeld & Anderson (Jake Hirshfeld 
A Alfred Anderson), clothing 610 Con- 
gress a v. 

Hodges Georsre, grocer 513 E 6th. 

Hofheintz Hotel. Charles F O Hofheintz 
propr. 307 W 16th 

Hofhciny. Edmund J. acct and real est 
4 04 W 8th. 

Hoge Lennie L. lawyer 513 V, Congress av 

Hoist A L Junk C (Amelius L and John 
A Hoist), 4»0 W 2d. 

Holcomb John R. restr 114 Congress av. 

Holliday Margaret P., phys 002 Vi Con- 
gress av. 
lolnistrom Edward A, grocer 1400 Sabine 

Hong Lee, laundry 113 E 8th. 

Hopkins Lizzie, restr 301 W 2d. 

Hornberger Otto, dairy R F D No 2. 

Home T P. osteopath 210 Littlefield bldg 

Hornsby James W, blksmith 607 Neehes. 

Hotel Sutor, Mrs Isabellc Sutor propr, 
304 Congress av. 

Household Furniture Store (J Earl 
Smith), 302 E 6th. 

HOUSTOX JAMES X, Mngr Soulheni 
Texas Agency Aetna Life Insurance- 
Co of Hartford, Conn, 414-416-417 Lit- 
tlefield Pldg. 

Houston J Rufus. grocer 1420 Singleton 

Houston Samuel, grocer 1120 E 3d. 

Houston & Texas Central R R. eitv office 
106 E 6th. depot 301 Congress av. 

Howard Eugene, nursery, 10 5th 1 m e of 
city Its. 

Howard Prank B. multigraphing 311 Lit- 
tlefield bldg. 

Howard Wm. restr 813 E 11th. 

Howard W Frank, mngr Lone Star Brew- 
ing Co, 206 W 3d. 

Howson John D, loans 702 Colorado. 

Howze Joseph E. phys 305 Littlefield bldg 

Huddle Nannie Z Mrs. nrtist 2511 Whitis 

Hudson Samuel E, phys 317 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Hughes Calvin L, county comnr. Court 
House. 

Hume Wood. Flour & Grain Co. J V 
Hume mngr 1523 Lavaca. 

Hunter Dennis, restr 1605 10 6th. 

Hunter & Jackson (Floyd W Hunter, A 
Claude Jackson), grocers 206 E 5th. 

Huppertz Charles, county auditor, Court 
House. 

HUSTOX SAMUEL, COLLEGE. U.'iil.en S 
Lovinggnud Pres and Trens; A School 
for Colored Young Men and Women, 
se cor Hast av and E 12th. i See page 
124.) 

Hutehings Henry, adjutant general State 
of Texas. State Capitol. 

Ilutter Charles H. notions 413 10 6th. 

Hyde Park Floral Co. George Mendel] 
pres. Clarence 10 West see, Edgar Hall 
treas. 822 Congress av. 

IXDISTUIAl, CONSTRUCTION CO, John 
Andrewartha Pres, A T Brott Sec- 
Treas. General Contractors, 023 t-j 
Congress av. (See page 123.) 

Industrial Development Co (Inc). 10 B 
Robinson pres, Joe C Kerbey sec and 
treas, real est. 800 Scarbrough bldg. 

Innes John A, meats 1201 E 1st. 

IXSl.ItA.XCE AM> li.\\l\l\<; DEPT 
(State of Texas), W W Collier Commis- 
sioner, John E Higdon Actuary, Z D 
Bonner Bank Clerk, Charles V John- 
son Chief Clerk, Capitol Bldg. 

International Correspondence Schools of 
Scran ton, Pa. W D Arnold agt, 10S AV 
Sth. 

IXTERXATIOXAL CORRESPONDENCE 
UXIVEItSITV, L P. AValden. M A, I'res. 

International & Great Northern R R, 
City office 103 K 6th, depot 222 Con- 
gress av. 

Iredell Leslie N, architect 522 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Isaac Charles, grocer 1000 E 11th. 

Jackson A Thomas, massage IIP! 10 4th. 

Jackson H Cyrus, drugs 622 Congress av 

Jacks. m John A, pawnbroker 617 Con- 
gress av. 

Jackson Wm, general store 120u S Con- 
gress av." 
Jacobsen Frederick A, blksmith 1615 Sa- 
bine. 
Jenkins Charles H, asso justice Court of 
Civil Appeals 3d Judicial dist, State 
Capitol. 
Jenkins John 10, artist 2207 Lampasas, 
ti-.-s J Franklin grocer 1112. 10 3d 



nnings .V- Jennings (Joseph J and 

David), drugs 421 10 6th. 
„_liseii Thomas C. photogr 018 Congress 
Johns Bros (Monroe and Robert), hlk- 
smiths 503 10 oth. 
Johns C R Land Co. James F Clark mngr, 

200 AV 7th. 
Johnson Bros (Albert and Frank H) 

auto tires 111 W 5th. 
JOHNSON CIIA.UI.ES V. Chief Clerk In- 
surance and Banking Itept (State of 

Texas). Capitol bldg. 
Johnson Frank M. boat liverv, Deep Ed.lv 
Johnson James T, abstracts of title 

13(i4 Rosewood av. 
Johnson Jefferson, postmaster cor AA r 6th 

and Lavaca. 
Johnson John, collections 108 AV Sth. 
Johnson John O. city clerk, City Hall. 
Johnson John S, blksmith 1216 S Con- 
gress av. 
Johnson Knox T, cement contr 1008 Rio 

Grande. 
Johnson Levy S, asst phys State Lunatic 

Asylum. 
Johnson P (1 Furniture Co (Thilip C 

Johnson), 424 E Oth. 
Johnson Thomas J D, grocer 2826 Ouad- 

alupe. 
Johnson AA r alter AA', grocer AV 6th w of 

I & G N R R. 
Johnson AVm A. real est 1200 Cotton. 
Johnson & Pearson (Marshall L John- 
son, Win F Pearson), grocers 1101 E 

fith. 
Johnston Abraham R. well driller 1011 

Niekerson. S Austin. 
Jones Pen F. phys 223 Littlefield bldg. 
Jones Bird, artist 1805 Colorado. 
Jones Frank H, real est 7 Pope bldg. 
Jones Lena E Mrs, restr 112 W 5th. 
Jones Maud, artist 1805 Colorado. 
Jones plummer. wood 1000 Red River. 
Jones Wiley, grocer 1803 Rosewood av. 
Jordan Co The (Ray H Jones. Edmund P 

Cravens), photo supplies 610 Congress 
Joseph Alex, grccer 206 Congress av. 
Joseph Cater, dry goods 208 Congress av. 
Joseph Isaac, feed 708 E 6th. 
Joseph Shikry. dry goods 218 Congress 
Joseph M £- Son (Michael and Joseph). 

confrs 511 10 6th. 
Jourdan Eugene, dairy Cameron rd n of 

34lh. 
Jung Charles II, boat livery Peep Eddv. 
.ILMvI.A lOOWAHl) I), .Mngr K (; Uun .V. 

Co. "The Mercantile Ag.-nev" 513-515- 

517 Littlefield Bldg. (See bottom edge 

and lefi top lines.) 
Kaiser Albert, grocer 1S01 Rosewood av, 
Kallgren & Lindahl (John W Kallgren. 

Win Lindahl), feed 1410 Lavaca. 
Kehl Hardware Co (Christian H Kehl. 

Edward H L.-mburg), 511 Congress av. 
Keith J Nicholas, lawyer 4 Pope bldg. 
Keller John E. stationery 716 Congress 
Kenilwoi-ih Hall, Lillian M AVebb prin. 

school for girls 610 W 17th. 
KEMHIOV JOE <' .t CO (Joe (' Kerl.cyl. 

Real Estate and Investments 809-810- 

811 Scarbrough Bldg. 
Ketebum Harry J, rubber stamp mnfr 

413 W Mary. S Austin. 
Ketchum AVm E, architect 10 First Natl 

Bank bldg. 
Key AVm M. chief justice Court of Civil 

Appeals 3.1 Judicial Dist. Stat.- Capitol 
Killi.in Win AV, dentist 505 Littlefield 

bldg. 
Kinema Co. IOd Bessoror mngr. motion 

picture mnfrs, 700 Congress av. 
King John, creamery, sw cor Colorado 

and 5th. 
King Mary C, millinery 111 W Sth. 
King Matthew B. grocer 1510 Rosewood 
King Rufus AV, res phys Texas Training' 

School for Defective Children. 
Kinney Charles D, chiropractor 423 Lit- 
tlefield bldg. 
Kinney Norma M .Mrs. chiropractor 42.1 

Littlefield bldg. 
Kirhy Robert II. lands llilil Congress av 
Kirk Louis H, phys on2'. Congress av 
Kirk AVm H. grocer 130(1 10 4th. 
Kitchen Thornton A, clothes elnr 406 E 

6th. 
K'LAMI'l'V'S HAKI'OO.V I Monthly), llnr- 

poon Publishing Co Publishers, l"7 E 

10th. 
Knape. Nord.-liom & Knape i Mauri tz .1 

and (itto Knape. Albion U Nordstrom), 

real est 7 I I Littlefield hide. 
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Koch Henry, restr 2117 \\" 4th. 
Koehn Gustav (J, grocer 1(500 Rosewood 
Koen Joe, jeweler 101 E 6th. 
Kohn Adolph A, baker 72n Congress av. 
K ■ Ed It. coinnr State Dept of Agri- 
culture. State Capitol. 
Kooclt Otto L, jeweler 513 Coneress av. 
Korff Walter C, lawyer S14 Scarbrough 

bids. 
Krause Fritz A, baker 601 W 37th. 
Kreisle M Ferdinand, phys 1509 Congress 
Kreisle Sales Co, Arthur M Kreisle mngr, 

mnfrs agts 514 Scarbrough bldg. 
Kreisle & Kleuser (Edwin C Kreisle, 

Martin C Kleuser), architects 421 

Scarbrough bldg. 
Kress S H &. Co, Harry C Lam kin mngr, 

notions S10 Congress av. 
Kriegel Friedorich, restr 315 E 6th. 
Krueger Ernest, phvs 301 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Kunz Oscar, grocer S00 E 1st. 
Kyser George W, comnr State Pension 

Office, State Capitol. 
Lacy Lewis L, phys 700 Congress av 
LAUD XKI.SOX A, Propr New Avenu 

Hotel. Congress av cor Sth, and Han- 
cock Hotel 109 W 7th. 
Lafuente Simon R, grocer 1301 E 4th. 
Lamme David T, conCy 919 Congress av. 
Lane Charles E. asst atty general State 

of Texas. State Capitol. 
Lane David A, dentist 310 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Lane Walter P, State Comptroller of Pub 

lie Accounts. State Capitol. 
La Prelle John jr, real est 20S Little 

field bldg. 
Lanemore Henry, house mover I8O4 

Alamo. 
Larremore Samuel, house mover 1705 

Comal. 
Lawless Peter J. genl agt I & G N R R 

103 E 6th. 
Lawrence John R. real est 406 IV 10th. 
Layton Louis M jr, real est S19 Congress 
Ledoetter Charles A, grocer 1212 E 6th. 
Ledel Theodor clothing 311 E 6th. 
Lee H Grooms, county surveyor, Court 

House. 
Lee Wm S, real est 202 W 17th. 
Lenthe & Co (Herman H Lenthe, John 

L Nagle), cotton buyers 235 Austin 

Natl Bar.k bldg. 
Le Sueur Win N. dentist 404 Congress av. 
Levi Joseph, tailor 410 E 6th. 
Lewis Wm A, osteopath 017 Colorado. 
Liebold Herman, tailor 1705 Lavaca. 
l.H.IITFOOT, IIKADY & ROIIEHTSOX 

(Jewel P Lightfoot. John W Brady, 

E B Robertson). Attorneys-at-Law, 

Suite 715 Scarbrough Bldg, Tel 491. 
Lincoln Alexander, clothes clnr 416 E 

6th. 
Lindahl C Oscar, grocer 300 E 6th. 
Lindau Bros (Alfred and Oscar;, meats 

231 C Guadalupe. 
Lindquist Edward C, real est 60S Scar- 
brough bldg. 
Linz Gust B, clothes clnr SOOH Congress 
Linz Nick B, clothes clnr 607 Congress 
Litter. Frank, phys 116 W 7th. 
Little. Henry It, lawyer 4 Bosehe bldg. 
Littman Leopold, cigar mnfr 702 AV 5th. 
Llovd J Lee, dairy W 34th, w of I & G N 

R R. 
Lloyd Walter C, tailor 1003 Congress av. 
Loewenstein Leo, dry goods 217 E 6th. 
Logue Lyle J, asst phys State Lunatic 

Asylum. 
Lomax Richard C, real est Bosehe bldg. 
London Woolen Mills. Charles E Lockett 

mngr, tailors 602 Congress av. 
Lone Star Bakery (Gustaf A and Andrew 

M Dahlin), 412 E 6th. 
LOXK STAH HKEAVIXG CO, AV Frank 

Howard Mngr. Distributors of Bud- 

weiser Beer, Representing Anheuser- 
Busch Brewing Assn. 2"6 W 3d, Tel 45. 
Lone Star lee Co (Ine), Noyes D Smith 

sec, 207 Colorado. 
Longoria Cuca Mrs, restr 512 E 6th. 
Looke's Restaurant (T Durllev and Cecil 

J Looke), 111 AV 6th. 
Loonev Benjamin F, atty genl of Texas, 

State Capitol. 
Losio Diosio, restr 30S Colorado. 
Lott Reuben B, blksmith 509 E 7th. 
Louis Tom, grocer 501 E Sth. 
Love Albert L, state tax comnr. State 

Capitol. 
Love O Bascom, auto repr 60S Colorado. 



Loveless Wm B, general store 1S00 1st, 
S Austin. 

Loving James M. phvs 2 Sampson bldg. 

LO\ IXGGOOIJ itEl HEX s. Pees 11ml 
Treas Samuel Huston College, se cor 
East av and E 12th. (See page 124.) 

Lown Herman, clothing 31S E Kth. 

I..OWKV m:i,so\ It, Pres The I, own 
Realty Exchange, 809-S10-SU Scar- 
brough bldg. (See page 131.) 

I.OWHY HEAI.TY HX(Ht\(ii: TUT.. N 
R Lowry Pres, Joe C Kerbey Vice- 
Pres, Xt S Robinson Sec and Trens. 
Real Estate Investments 809-811 
Scarbrough Bldg. Tels Old 249S, New 
4fi0. (See page 131.) 

Lucas George it, real est 5 Bosehe bldg. 

Luck Bros (Alfred H and Charles P), 
photogrs 218 ' i E 6th. 

Luckett Albert, grocer 2010 1st. S Austin 

Ludwig Robert W, tailor 322 E 6th, 

Lueteke Carl, lawyer S14 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Luna Rodolfo, restr 302 S Congress av. 

Lung Joe. restr 301 E 6th. 

Luthy Anton, masseur 404 Congress av. 

Lyons Lewis D, grocer 1302 Salina. 

MeAdam Alexander, coal and wood 500 
San Marcos. 

McAlester Coal Co, A J Zilker mngr. 207 
Colorado. 

McAngus Bros (Andrew and Murdow K), 
grocers 607 Trinity 



Marks Grain Co (Harrv L and Charles J 

Marks), 21m E 4th. 
Marks Old Picture Shop. Arthur J Brack 

mngr, photogrs 612 Congress av. 
Martens Kirby R. lawyer 704 Lililefield 

bldg. 
MAKTIX C .1 S: sow (Chorion J. Chnrles 

10 and Leo A), Seeds, Grain. Fertilizers, 

Poultry Supplies, 110-112 E 4th. (See 

page 124.) 
Martin John L. plumber 40S Conqress av. 
Martin Swan, blksmith 114 FJ sth. 
Martin Thelbert, lawyer 3 Masonic 

Temple. 
Martin & Martin, James A Martin mngr, 

grocers 1111 E nth. 
Martinez Mattie, restr 504 W 29th 
Mathews Claud A. phys 700 Congrress av. 
Mathews Marcus L. culler 502 Brazos. 
Matthews George S. sheriff. Court House. 
Matthews Robert H, bicycles 503 Trinity. 
Matthiesen M & S (Mary and Sophie;. 

millinery S26 Congress av. 
Maufrais Alexis, grocer 819 W 12tb. 
Maxey Thomas S, judge U S Dist Court, 

cor W fith and Colorado. 
Maxwell Frank A, phys 211:1 E 13th. 
Maxwell Jesse W, lawyer 711 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
MAXWELL THOMAS O. M 1>, Smpt Texns 

School for Defectives and Sanitarium 

for. Mental and Nervous Diseases, 1112 



McCaskey Register Co, Logan C King 
mngr 104 E nth. 

McCown John L, blksmith 1317 S Con- 
gress av. 

McCov Wallace F, dairy W 6th w of I & 
G N R R. 

McCuiston John A, cement contr 100 W 
30th. 

McCulloch Live Stock Co (Inc). Sam L 
McCulloch pres and treas, Minot B Mc- 
Culloch sec, 921i,.> Congress a v. 

McCully Harrv B, real est and ins 503 
Littlcfield bldg. 

HcCUTCHASl HOY. Cotton Seed Prod- 
ucts. Austin National Bank Bldg. 

McDonald James W. phys 219;*. E 6th. 

Mcdonald Ray, genl contr 401 Littlefield 
bldg. 

McDonnell James F, grocer 1164 Comal. 

McFadden Paul W, drugs 1612 Lavaca 
and 2300 Guadalupe. 

MeFarland Marcus D L, blksmith 404 E 
7th. 

McGregor Temple H, lawyer S01 Little- 
field bldg. 

McGuire & Son (Frank W and Eugene), 
dairy w end W 41st. 

llclntyre Bertha, public stenogr Driskill 
Hotel. 

McKean Alonzo T, lawyer 710 Littlefield 
bid 

McKean-Eilers Co (Inc), August J Eilers 
pres, Howard W McKean sec, whol 
dry goods 321 Congress av. 

McKellar Edwin I, real est 616 Little- 
Held bldg. . 

McKinstry James C. produce 1107 E 4th. 

McLaughlin Frank 1', phys 405 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

McLaughlin James W, phys 405 Scar 
brough bldg. 

McMoidie George K, real est 602 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

McNamara Bros (Wm J and John F), 
candy mnfrs ahd bottlers 318 Congress 

McNutt John L, pianos 304 E 14th. 

McVav H C & Co (Herman C McVay, M 
Hoy Starr), produce 115 W 4th, 

Machet Victor, news dlr 703 Congress av. 

Mackay Telegraph-Cable Co, Win L Cobb 
mngr, 110 E 6th. 

Macry James V, grocer 1001 Red River. 

Madison Frank M, wood 1502 Hackberry. 

Maerki Henry, baker 610 W 6th. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co, W R Wyse mngr 
415 Waller. 

Malavansos Pete, wagon yard and restr 
212 Congress av. 

Malavansos Pete & Co (Pete Malavansos, 
Tom Leon), confis 420 Con mess av. 

Malnne Patrick, real est, 123 E 7th. 

Manlove Robert E. dry goods 121 10 6th. 

Manos & Co (George J and Pete Manos. 
George 1' Milton), confis 322 Congress 

Manuel Publishing Co ( W A Gordon)) 
publrs Texas Corporation Manuel. 426 
Lilllofieid bldg. 



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gress av. 

Mayes Will H, lieutenant governor of 
Texas, State Capitol. 

Mecev John, confr 117 E fith. 

Meeks Realtv Co i Don T Meeks, Louis D 
Prewitt). 514 Littlefield bldg. 

Meeks Sandy, blksmith 1007 E fith. 

Mendell George W jr. lawyer 705 Little- 
field bldg. 

Mercer Marv C. multigraphing 6 First 
Natl Bank bldg. 

"MEHC'AX'I ILK AOIAIV THE," I! G 
Dun & Co. Edward D Junkin Mngr. 513- 
53 5-517 Littlefield Bldg. (See bottom 
edge and left top lines.) 

Meredith James N, grocer 4101 Guada- 
lupe. 

Merlo Louis, grocer 316 Nueces. 

Mesa Theresa Mrs. restr 1007 E 6th. 

Metcalfe Engineering .t- Contracting Co 
(Orin E Metcalfe), 229 Austin Natl 
Bank bldg. 

MEVEK PHILIP I,. Agent Snn Antonio 
Brewing Association S15 E 4th. 

Miles Caleb W, tailor 10 1 W 40th. 

Miller Charles M, paints, etc, 711 Con- 
gress av. 

Miller George, livery 20S E 5th. 

Miller John H. grocer IMS E 6th. 

Miller Kleber C, real est 107 E 0th. 

Miller Thomas M. hides 11.C W 1st. 

Miller Viola Mrs. county tax collr, Court 
House. 

Miller Wallace R, cement conn 2403 Rio 
Grande. 

Miller & Fincher (W Duncan Miller, 
Wesley P Fincher 1. grocers E 5th e 
of Montonolis bridge. 

Millican & Collett 1 Oliver IT Millican, 
Guv A Collett), ins and real est 225 
Austin Natl Bank bldg. 

Mlllwell Robert B. grocer 1310 Chicon. 

MII.STI.AI> JAMES J, District Agent 
American National Life insurance Co 
and Real Estate 103 Austin National 
Bank Bldg. 

Milwaukee Beer Co, Paul W Kaiser 
mngr, 302 Red River. 

Minchen Meyer, tailor 100 W 7th. 

Missouri, Kansas A: Texas Ry, citv of- 
fice 102 W 6th, depot 301 Congress av. 

Model Steam Laundry (Clinton II Hur- 
lev. Ora M Davis). 1504 Lavaca. 

Moffitt Henry L, restr 314 Congress av, 

Moore C W, genl contr and ..and 609 
W 16th, 

Moor,- E Tavlor, lawyer 115 AV sth. 

Moore James W. sewer contr 205 W I Ith 

Moore Oscar, blksmith 004 Eas< a v. 

Moore Rollin, furniture 510 E 6th. 

Moore To) F. surgeon Confederate Home 

Moore Warren W, lawyer :'"i W 6tl 

Moore A Morrison (Arthur Moore, Char- 
les W Morrison), mens furngs and 
grocers 1 n 1 Lavaca, 

Morclnnd ,v Johnson (Max 11 Moreland, 
Vernon P Johnson), grocers 1311 1: 1st 

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Morgan F.inting Co (Forrest 1 Morgan) 

107 E 7th. 
Morloy Drug Co (Wm J Morley). 209 

E 6th. 
Morris Bros (Walter II Morris, O D 

Kones), grocers 2520 Guadalupe. 
Morris C D & Son (Ciiarles t> and Char- 
les 13), grocers 800 10 23d. 
Morris M Edward, grocer Sli Red River 
Morris \Vm .7, chief of iiolioe. Citv Hall. 
Morrish Adeline G Mrs, artist 2l5'w Sth 
Morrow Horace C, phys 105 W Sth 
Mosteller Charles L, dairy 1000 ' Live 

Oak, S Austin. 
Mosteller Walter D, pianos 715 W Jo- 
hanna, S Austin. 
Muehlenhaupt Herman, cigar mnfr 101' 

\V 7th. 
Mueller Robert & Bro (Robert and Leo 

O), trunk mnfrs 510 Congress av 
Muenster Joseph H, ins 622 Littlefield 

bldg. 
Murchison-Lee Co (Inc), E A Murchison 

pros, H B Lee sec and treas, grocers 

325 E 6th. 
Murray Henry F, horses and mules 310 

E 5th. 
Murray Robert V, phys 420 Scarbrough 

bldg-. 
Murray S Ellen Mrs, corsets 115 W Sth 
Mutual Lumber Co (Inc), TV" Sherman 

Drake pres, Rudolph G Mueller sec, 

311 W 2d. 
Nalle & Co (Mrs Sallie J and Ernest 

Nalle), planing mill 601 E 6th. 
NALLEY GROCERY CO, A M \nllev 

Pres, H E I'ye Vice- Pres. J G Wilcox 

Sec-Treas. Wholesale Grocers, cor 3d 

and San Jacinto. 
Nassour Bros (John, Joe and Harvard), 

grocers 71 E 6th. 
National Biscuit Co, Gabriel R Smith 

mn'gr, 301 w 4th. 

-NATIONAL I. IF..; IVSIIMVCE CO, Wm 
J Tucker General Agent, 116 Austin 
National Bank Bldg. 

National Life and Accident Ins Co of 
Nashville, Tcnn, Henry C Jones mngr 
404 Scarbrough hide. 

National Wollcn Mills. B D Ford mngr 
tailors. 814 Congress av. 

Nelson J Arthur, blksmitli 2207 East av 

Nessl Anna, hair dresser 606 Brazos. 

NEW AVEXliE HOTEL, X A Lndil Propr, 
Congress av cor 8th. 

Newberg Alexander S, baker 1310 Lavaca 

New-berg Bros (Oscar A -and Alexander 
S), horses and mules 501 Trinity. 

Newsom Joseph P, grocer 305 Medina. 

Newsom & Andersen ( Wm L Newsom, 
Gammel Andersen), books 006 Con- 
gress av. 

■Nicholas John, grocer 523 E 6th. 

Nichols James It, phys 413 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Nixon-Clay Commercial College. Marion 
C Nixon, Joseph S Clay, S23 Congress 

Noria Joe. fruits 311 E Sth. 

North Austin Realty Co (Inc), A F Mar- 
tin pres, Wm G Bell sec and treas 
415 Congress av. 

Nowlin Asa, phys 1202 S Congress av. 

Odell & Malraberg (Fred E Odell. Eric 
G Malmberg), bicycles 202 W 6th. 

Odiorne T Edwin, drugs 1202 S Con- 
gress av. 

Ocrtli Henry, grocer 11 OS E 12th. 

OGDEX AVM II, WlmlosHle I'lonr, Meal, 
Grain and Hay 511 East av (See p 128.) 

Oliver Typewriter Co. J A Barbisch 
mngr, 401 LiUlofield bldg. 

■Otting Alvah, grocer 60S W 6th. 

•Otting Gus F, baker 1 5(>i> Lavaca. 

•Owen Columbus R, produce 120S E 12th. 

•Owens James, meats ]!)0t E 12th. 

• Oyervides Joseph, auto livery 1821 Wil- 
low. 

T'nbst Brewing Co of Milwaukee, P W 
Kaiser agt, 302 Red River. 

Pace D Con, real est 621 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

;PAGI3 O II * HltO (C JI ami L C). V r- 
chitects 347-35.'! Austin National Bank 
Bldg. 

Page Daniel H. cement contr 305 Willow 

J'annell Wm J, dairy lftth, 1 m e of city 
limits. 

Pannell & Nolen (John S Pannell, Sidney 
F Nolen), dairy 19th, 1 V, m e of city 
limits. 

Parker Charles F, grocer 122 Congress 



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Parker Hettie .1 Mr: 
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Parker John T, grocer 

Parker & Milstead ( 
James J Milstead), r 
Natl Bank bldg. 

Parriss Alfred, grocer 
m s of Johanna. 

Parsley Wm L, cloth 
gress av. 

Pasteur Institute. Or .1 T Williite phy: 
in charge, 4110 Guadalupe. 

Patterson George W, livery and under 
taker 10S-11H E 7th. 

Patterson .7 Thomas, grocer 1 SI 3 East 

Pattou W D & Co (Deacon O Patton), 
fish 115 W 6th. 

Payne Peel M, phys 12 First Natl Banl 
bldg. 

Pease Newton F. vet surgeon 203 E 5th. 

Pedigo Eugene it. lawyer Bosche bid 

PEELER J I„ Attorney- At-I.nw, Masonic 
Temple Bldg, Tels Old 267. New 110s. 
(See adv in Legal Blue Book Dept). 

Teirce Buggy Co, A P Peirce mngr, 
1523 Lavaca. 

Pena Rafael, restr 204 Congress av. 

Pender Turner, drayage II & T C Stn. 

Peoples Building and Loan Assn (Inc), 
F F Petmeeky pres-, Wm G Bell sec, 
E P Wilmot treas. 415 Congress av. 

Perona Nora Mrs, hair dresser 16 Pen- 
dexter bldg. 

Perry E H & Co (Edgar H Perry), cot- 
ton buyers 304 E 5th. 

Peschke Emil, grocer 11 00 E 12th 

Peterson C A & Sons (Call A. Alvin L 
and Arley A), grocers 4100 Alice 

Peterson Edward, grocer 1151 San Ber- 
nard. 

Peterson George A, grocer 701 E 6th 

Petmeeky Co (Fred F Petmeeky), sport- 
ing goods 505 Congress av. 

Pettway Thomas R, phys 226 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Pfeifer Edmund J, piano tuner 1607 Red 
River. 

PHELPS ALBERT S, A(f oniey-Kt-Lnw 
106 E 9th. 

Phillips Nelson, assoc justice Supreme 
Court of Texas. State Capitol. 

Phillips & Everitt (Van R Phillips, Jos 
epli D Everitt), ' 

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Princess Theatre. Besseier ,v .Marshall 

Ausement Co proprs, Sis Congress av 
PROGRESS 1"K1\TI\(; (lllll'AM, c <; 

Casey Propr, Commercial and Job 

Printers, Bookbinders 101 E loth. (See 

page 130.) 
Prowse Joseph O, real est 410 Littlefield 

bldg. 
Prusssian Natl Ins Co, D Maury Pollard 

State agt. 706 Scarbrough bldsr. 
(HAI.rrA MILLS. Eugene Nolte Pros, D 

H Hart Yice-Pres, Walter Nolte Treas. 

J T Holmes Sec and Genl Mngr, W H 

Hudson Local Mngr. Otto Troell Supt. 

Mnfrs of Flour and Corn Products, cor 

3d and Nueces. Tels Old 1330. New 272. 
Quanah, Seymour, Dublin & Rockport llv 

Co. Lewis 10 Walker pres, 510 W 7th. 
Quebedaux Fruit Co Walter Quebedaux 

pres, Mrs E W Peel sec and treas 409 

i: lth. 

Quilliam Lynn C, grocer 1211 E 23d. 

Ouinn Dennis, clothes clnr 1506 Lavaca. 

Quisenberry Albert T, vet surgeon 2000 
Red River. 

Quong Chong, restr 509 E 6th. 

Raatz Julius F jr, meats 301 E 16th. 

Raatz & O'Reilly (Otto Raatz. Joseph A 
O'Reilly, dry goods 521 Congress av. 

Raergio Frank, grocer 301 W 6th. 

Raif Alexander J, grocer 1710 S Con- 
gress av. 

Railroad Commissioners of Texas Alli- 
son and Earle B Maytield. Wm D Wil- 
liams. State Capitol. 

Ramsdell Robert L, phvs 902V, Congress 

Ramsey F T & Son (Frank T and .7 Mur- 
ray), nurserymen 4501 Ave B, Hvdo 
Park. 

RAMSEY \YM F, Attorney nnil Comi.sel- 
lor-at-Law, Suite 818-819-820 Scar- 
brough Bldg, Tel 441, Res Tel 20S2. 
(See adv in Legal Blue Book Dept.) 

Ramsey W R. mriLrr Southwestern Mor- 
on n I ile Agency. 4th fl Littlefield bldg. 

Randle & Jones (August C Handle, Har- 
M Jones), produce 30S Congress av. 

Randolph Benton W, whol fruits 401 
Colorado 

Rankin Foster, liverv 205 E Sth 

Rather Roy L, lawyer 816 Scarbrough 
bldg 

Ravanelli Richard, grocer 1325 W 12th 





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Pickens Dennis R. lawver 500 E 6th 

Pickle David J. dist elk 26th and 53d 
judicial dist courts'. Court House. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn, Samuel Har- 
lan agt, 209 Nueces. 

Pierce J V, & Bro (James B and Ben- 
jamin C), meats 1511 E 6th. 

Pierson M A Co of Galveston. E B No- 
ble mngr, freight forwarders 107 E 6th 

Pils Albin. grocer 2000 E 12th. 

Pinckney Theodore F, surveyor 114 Aus- 
tin Natl Bank bldg. 

Piper Wm L. grocer 1012 E 12th. 

Play House The, Besserer & Marshall 
Amusement Co proprs. 621 Congress. 

Pond Charles A. dairy 225 1st. S Austin. 

Pool Henry 77, grocer 1400 W 34th. 

POPE JOHX H. I.nu.ls, Land Mortgages 
119 E 6th. 

Posey Sidney M, lawyer 516 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Postal Telegraph-Cable Co of Texas, 
Harry E Simms mngr, 112 E 6th. 

Potaski Frank, harness 509% E 5th. 

Powell Llewellyn, dairy, Manor rd e -of 
city limits. 

Powell Louie, dairy 2400 E 23d. 

Powell Pinkney W, city comnr, City Hall 

Powell Wm M, grocer 223 E Sth. 

Prendergast Aimer C, presiding judge 
Court of Criminal Appeals, State Cap- 
itol. 

Preslar Minnie H Mrs, millinery 715 
Congress av. 

PRESSLER ERNST J, Mngr Enlstnlf 
Manufacturing and Mercantile Co, 310 
W 3d. Tels 19 

Pressler & Ziller (Herman Pressler, 
Theodore L Zilier), real est 819 Con 
gress av. 

PRESTON JOHN, M 1), Supl Tevnx State 
Insane Asylum, 2 miles north of city, 
Tel 315. 

Price John, fish 717 R-d River. 

Price L B Mercantile Co. Michael Krue- 
gor mngr, installment goods 119 E 9th. 



RAYMOND .1 It .Ir, l(-„i Estate, Insur- 
ance and Loans, KM W 7th. Tel 4(15 

Reagan Pale Co (Inc). P U Swearingen 
(ires. Sam Lewis sec and treas. George 
R Bennett mngr, cotton timers 815 
Littlefield bldg. 

RECTOR & <;iti:i:\ (.) n Rector, A I, 
Green). Attorn. ys-at-Law. 70S-70:i 
Scarbrough Bldg. (See adv in Legal 
Pine Book Dept.) 

Redd Wni C. meats 1311 S Congress av 

REED J R MUSIC CO, .1 R Reed Propr. 
Pianos, Pianolas. Music and Musical 
Merchandise 805-807 Congress av 

Reed M II & Co (Malcolm H Reed), tim- 
ber 30S Littlefield bldg. 

Reese Almon H, furniture 411 E 6th. 

Reichardt & Tod (George F Reichardt, 
George W Tod), nulse brokers 314 
Littlefield bldg. 

Reissig Catherine Mrs. grocer 100 E 3d. 

Renz Raymond, tailor 003 Congress av 

Retail Merchants Assn, A W Griffith 
pres, S K Kinney, sec, Alfred Harvey 
treas, 1601 Sabine. 

Reyes Paul, feed 1100 E 3d. 

Rhody & Weber (Max O Rhodv, John 
Weber), harness and wagons 41 S E 6th 

Rice Benjamin H, assoc justice Court of 
Civil Appeals, 3d jud dist, State Cap- 
itol. 

Richardson John W, restr 610 Brazos. 

Richardson Julian A, lawver 325 Little- 
field bldg, 

Richardson W H & Co (Wm H, Wm II 
jr mil Robert L Richardson), hardware 
and agrl implts 410 Congress av. 

Richter ('ail II. grocer mil E 13th 

RICHTER ill DObV, Prof of .MunIc, 

Studio :dl Congress av. 

Rioss Emery, baker ism) s Congress av. 
Riley Alfred 1 1. confr 2m W (lib. 
Rios Alfonso J, clothes clnr 703^ Con- 
gress av. 
Rios Frank, tailor 101 W 7th. 
Rlshcr A Ford, blksmitli S17 E 7th, 
Bisher Bufus. blksmitli 1195 chloon. 



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Ritter & Knippa (Henry F Hitter, Adolf 
C Knippa), grocers S03 E 23d. 

Roach Arthur, grocer 212 E lfith. 
Uobb Leander AY, grocer 13U4 1st, S Aus- 
tin. 

Robbins J Lnndon, prrocer 409 Guadalupe 

Roberts Thomas W, dairy 612 E 41st 
Hyde Park. 

Robertson .) Benjamin, lawyer 523 little- 
field bldg. 

Robinson Athen P. parage 502 Colorado 

Robinson Bros (Henry and Edward), 
whol grain S10 E 5th. 

Robinson Cedar Co (Alonzo Robinson), 
ties and posts 704 Congress av. 

Robinson Charles jr. meats 115 AV Gth. 

Robinson Oscar, clothing T04 Congress 

Robinson Ralph V, coal and feed 1122 W 
Gth. 

Robinson & Haraby (Eugene B Robin- 
son, Robert M Hamby), real est 107 
B 6th. 

Robison James T. comnr General Land 
Office, State of Texas, cor E 11th and 
Brazos. 

Rockefeller Hookworm Comnr. Dr Morris 
H Boerner .State dip. State Capitol. 

Rodgers John \V, wagon yard 507 Trin- 
ity. 

Rodriguez Clemente, restr 1602 S Con- 
gress av. 

Rodriguez Jose, grocer S01 E 6th. 

Rogan Charles, lawyer 701 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Rogers Joseph B, restr 110 Congress av. 

Rogers Martin E jr, dentist 404 Con 
gress av. 

Resetter Wendelin C, grocer 1620 Rose 
wood av. 

Rosengren S Edward, undertaker 413 
Congress av. 

Rosenquist Frank G, grocer 1S13 E 12th. 

Rosner Charles, dry goods 504 Congress 

Ross John C, hdware 321 Congress av. 

Ross Wm D. livery 1300 S Congress av. 

Uossi Fannie Mrs, grocer 1500 E 6th. 

Howe Joe E. real est 31S Littlefield bldg. 

Royal Typewriter Co, YV S Hart supt, 
113',i YV 6th. 

Rubenson AVm, baker 2400 Guadalupe. 

Runge Frank G, poultry 014 Trinity. 

Russell Dinah, restr 504 Trinitv. 

Ruthenberg Win, hatter 1S03 E 16th. 

HA :LEE JOHN E, Attorney and Coim.sel- 
lor-at-Law 2d I! oil Congress av. (See 
adv in Legal Blue Book Dept). 

Rysinger Addie. milliner 516 E Gth. 

St Charles Hotel, Mrs L L IJill propr, 
316 E 6th. 

ST EDWARD'S COLLEGE (IXC), Rev. 
John T Poland, CSC Pres, Rev 
Thomas F Corbett, C S C Vice-Prus, 
Pro Louis, (,' S C Sec-Treas. Vi mile e 
of S Congress av. 2 miles S of River, 
South Austin, Both Tels S6 (See page 
124.) 

ST JOHN' INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE 
AND ORPHANAGE, Lee L Campbell 
Pres, A K Black Sec. B J Leigh Jr 
Treas. J 1> Busline)] Principal, \V II 
Crawford. M L> Physician. 1 mile North 
of Austin. (See page 125.) 

ST MAUI'S ACADEMY, Hoarding nml 
llay School for Young Ladies, Under 
the Direction of the Sisters of the 
Holy Cross, sister Mary Cecily Super- 
ior, Cor E 7th, Brazos and San Ja- 
cinto. (See page 127.) 
jl Sam Wan. restr 221 Congress av. 

MV ANTONIO HIUOAVING ASSOCIA- 
TION, P L Meyer Agent. 81 a E 4th. 

San Antonio Express, Samuel S IVttus 
agt, 112 E 6th. 



San Antonio Hotel. Maggie Garcia propr. 

312 Colorado. 
Sandbo & Shelton < Anders Sandbo 
John E Shelton), lawyers, 110 Austin 
Natl Bank bldg. 
Satex Film Co The (Pie), Ed Besserer 
pres, F M Sanford sec and treas, 700 
Congress a v. 
SATTERFDjILD HENONIE 13. • Acting 
Genl Mngr, Conference for Educatioi 
in Texas, 361 Austin Natl Pink Bldg 
Sauer Henry, 2d bd goods 707 Red River 
Sauter & Kuehne (Mrs Agnes J Sauter 
Walter Kuehne), notions Oil Congress 
Scarbrough E M & Sons (Emerson M 
John YV and Lemuel), dry goods 512- 
24 Congress av. 
Scheumack Joseph D jr, clothes clnr 502 

Brazos. 
Schiefl'er Herman, meats 1112 E 11th. 
Schlieker Henry W. furniture 717 H 6th 
Sehlueter Eliza Mrs, grocer 210 YV 14th 
Schmidt Christopher W, grocer 1S0O E 

10th. 
Schmidt Hugo H, photngr 102" W 7th 
Schmidt O Harry, clothes clnr 400 Con- 
gress av. 
Schneider Frank, grocer 1208 Red River 
Sehneider-Frithiof Brunhilde, Mrs, hair 

dresser 606 Brazos. 
Schneider Jacob P,» ger.i store 401 AV 2d 
Schoenfeld Bona, cigars 703 Congress av 
Schnber Herman, grocer 2206 Rosewood 
Schulz & Wagner (Ernst K Schulz, Carl 

G Wagner), dry goods 321 E 6th 
Schulze Walter R. grocer 1S10 E 1st 
Schutze Adolf, plumber 204 YV 6th. 
Schutze Julius, printer 204 1 ,' z AY' Gth. 
Scbwartzberg Sarah Mrs, dry goods 521 

E Gth. 
Schwarzer Gotthard, grocer 1109 Red 

River. 
Scott Noel B, piano tuner 1200 E 23d. 
Seaholm Julius, marble vvks 1016 E Cth. 
Seals Carrie, hair dresser 421 E 6th. 
Seals John N, restr 421 E 6th. 
Sccor Wm L, jeweler 311 E 6th. 
Seekatz H E & Son (Henry E and Wm E), 

meats 1313 Lavaca. 
Seekatz Harney, restr 200 YV 6th. 
Seelig Emil, news dlr 615 Congress av. 
Seiders Eva Mrs. florist lloG YV 3Sth. 
Seton Infirmary, Sister Ursula superior, 

510 W 26th. 
Severin Ernest, mngr Texas Posten Pub 

Co, 105 E 10th. 
Shackelford Alfred S, dentist G26 Little- 
field bldg. 
Shackelford Samuel S, dentist 626 Little- 
field bldg. 
Shackles Jesse II, clothes clnr 1014 E 

11th. 
Shaw Albert A. blksmith 505 Lavaca. 
Shelton Sarah H, dentist 500 E Gth. 
Shipman Fred R, restr 1001 Congress av 
Shipp Robert w, pays 307 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Shofner Ruffin 3J, real est S03 Littlefield 

bldg. 
Short Thomas E. grocer 1303 S ('out 
SHOWALTER GEORGE II I', I'rex and 
Manager Firm Foundation Publishing 
House. IIS E 0th. 
Sibley James C, grocer 60S E 4th 
Sibley Seth S, lawyer 310 Littlefield bide. 
Siglbofer George, baker Jfuifi Congress av 
Silberstein Jonas, clothing 309 E Gth. 
Silberstein Louis, clothing 40s E Gth. 
Silverman Solomon, tailor 911 Congress 
Simeoek Win R, dentist 14 Sampson bldg 
Simms John P. demist 722 Congress av 
Simpson George 'T Furniture Co (George 

T and Merle Simpson), 116 Congrt 
Simpson J S Hardware Co (lie-). .1 S 
Simpson pres, L W Simpson sec ami 
treas, 308 E Gth. 
Sing Lee, restr 102 E 5th. 
Singer Sewing Machine Co, G Sid Cluck 
mngr, S20 Congress av. 
lussler John K, Jdksmith 023 S Con- 
gress av. 
Smedley Graham B, asst State ally genl. 

State Capitol. 
Smith Allen T, tailor 303 E Gth. 
SMITH C «>. Real Estate, l'lr<- IiiNiirnnee 
and Surety Bonds S21 Scarbrough 
Bldg, Tel 1500. (See pug, 131.) 
Smith Francis YV, dentist 722 Congress av. 
Smith F G & Co (Fielding G Smith), cot- 
ton eoinn 30 1 E 5th. 
Smith John T, lawyer 233 Austin Natl 
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hi i t h Julian, dentist 3 Pendexter bldg. 



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Smith Tom n. grocer :o.-i Congn fs av 
Smith Van Drug Co (Inc). Van M .- •, -. 

pres, Morgan V Smith sec and treas. 

Giio Congress av. 
Smith W B (Edgar and Win P Smith Jr) 

dry goods 2"f. E 6th. 
smith «i ii tmiiii: (Paul ii Smith, 

Sterling R Fulmore), Bonds. Sto '..- 

Loans, Real Estate and Insurance. 10S 

W 7th. Tel 007. (See page 133.) 
Smith & Hill (Edwin R Smith, .1 Gregg 

Hill), real est 103 \V 7th. 
Smith ,t Wilcox (Alfred Smith. Walter 

AV Wilcox), clothing gig Congress av. 
Snamau Max. ladies' ready-to-wtar "••'* 

Congress a v. 
Snodgrass Frank L. tailor 202 
Solis Louis, tailor 10S 10 10th. 
South Texas Conference of Seventh Dav 

Adventists, Elder J A Leland pres. J 

H Wilcox sec and treas, 200 W 7'h Tel 

3100. 
SOUTH TEXAS TRACT SOCIETY. C C 

Mattison Sec and Treas. E M Davis 

Missionary Field Agent. 2"t> W 7'h 

Tel 3100. 
Southern Bedding Mnfg Co. San- 11 Hii.-h- 

feld mngr, 901 E Ith. 
Southern Hotel. Mrs Marie Moeckel 

propr, 31S'i Congress av. 
Southern Stales Cotton Corporation (At- 
lanta. Ga), Silas C Cranberry mngr. 

2102 E Gth. 

SOUTHWESTERN MERCANTILE AGEN- 
CY, AV H Ramsey, Mngr. 4ih il Little- 
field Bldg. 

Southwestern Telegraph & Telephone Co. 
John W Ezelle dist coml mngr. 41c 
Congress av. 

Southwestern Townsite Co. 31 A AA'r.., 
pres, \A' J Frees sec. Morris Hirshfeld 
treas, 400 Littli field bldg. 

Spalding Curtis E. leal est 104 E 0th. 

Spalding's Drug Store (Charles an.: Oak- 
ley C Spalding). 901 Congress av. 

Spencer Samuel W. furniture 526 E 6th. 

Sperry & Hutchinson Co (New York), ft 
I) Morris mngr, trading stamp.;, 715- 
Congress av. 

•I.WI.lOIt Gl'STAVE E, Mnjir S Mnr- 
shall Pulley (U Son 1 07 E Gth. 

Spitzer, Rorick ^- Co (Toledo. O). Thomas 
s Johnson mngr, bonds 710 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Spruill & Allison (Wm T Spruill, Albert 
T Allison), real est 102 A\' 7th. 

STACY-ROBBIXK CO (Cnnital S-KI.OOO). 
AVm 31 Stacy Pres. H Brown Robbins 
Vlce-Pres, 3. A Robbins See a no Treas. 
Real Estate. Insurance and Suretv 
Bonds. 714 Congress av. Tels Kid 7. 
New 317. 

Stark Charles, carriage painter 1300 S 
Congress av. 

Stark Franlc, grocer 1312 E 13th. 

Stark Julius C, grocer 1106 E 11th. 

STARK \\ M I., Mngr Drlnklll Jlolei Co, 
112-20 3-1 Gth. 

State Library, Ernest AV Winkler libra- 
rian, State Capitol. 

State National Bank (capital $100,000). 
J >I Robinson jr pres, John 'i Pal") 
cashr 107 E Gth. 

STATE PURCHASING AGENT. John It 
Elliott Agent, Capitol bldg. 

STATE SCHOOL POIt THE IILIND, Prof 
E E P.ranilette Supt; 13 Literary 
Teachers, Music Teachers, ." Indus- 
trial Teachers, 2 Physical Directors. 
250 Pupils, 74 Employees, cor 18th and 
East a v. 

Sleek Edgar L. printer 112 E 0th. 
' edmnn Nathan A. lawyer k ii Little- 
field bldg. 

Sleiner Conrad, tinner IOC AV 9th. 

"teiner Ralph, phys 312 Scarbrough bldg. 
teinle 31 AV. dry goods 16H Lavaca. 

Stelfox Co The (Inc), C II Pa • pres. A 
10 Stelfox v... -pic.-, I, J Sch n i id i 
and treas. jewelers 614 Congress av. 

Stephans Amandine Mrs, umbrella repr 
Congress av. 

Stephcns-Garrette Realty Co (Walter '> 
Stephens. George c Garretti >, :ii Lit- 

tleliold bldg. 
Stephens Thomas R, erocer 706 1. 
torett Wm G. comnr State Game Fish 

and Oyster I lepl, State I lapil • I 
Stern Jacob & Son. liny and teed ■'-"• P 

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Stcrzing Fred, city tax assessor and 

colli-. City Hall. 
Sterzing Herbert F, whys 4 Sampson bids. 
Stevens John If, phvs 3m) E titli. 
Stolle Frederick, baker 1101 E 12th. 
Stolley Otto, real est 318 Littlefield bid?. 
Stone Wyatt O. grocer 1S15 E 6th. 
Street James M, furn repr 11U3 Red 

River. 
Stroburg John A, phys 201 Littlefield 
. bids. 

Strong- James W, tailor 403 W 23d. 
Strong True, life ins 211 Littleiield bldg. 
Struve Cynthia Mrs, canary birds 1 1-10 

Guadalupe. 
Struvo George, locksmith 1910 Guada- 
lupe. 
Students' Pressing Club (Payton P and 

Wm F Grimes), 1S14 Guadalupe. 
Stumpf Joseph, blksmith 510 Colorado. 
Sulphur Well Hath House, E H Perrv & 

Co proprs, 302 E 5th. 
Sulzberger & Sons Co, T E Watts mngr, 

whol meats 21.0 W 4th. 
Sutor Hotel, Mrs Isabellc Sutor propr, 

304 Congress av. 
Suttles Albert O, restr 1203 E 6th. 
.Swann Furniture & Carpet Co due), T E 

Swann pros, W C Schulle sec and treas. 
Swift Samuel J, vet surgeon 203 E 5th. 
Swift & Co. Charles J Schneider mngr, 

whol meats 311 Congress av. 
Taff Albeit ,1, confr 2400 Guadalupe. 
Talking Machine Co of Austin due). 

Malcolm H Meed pres, 20 1 E 5th. 
Tannous Abraham, grocer 300 E 15th. 
Taylor Ed H. furniture 20S E 6th. 
Taylor Frank S, civil engr 713 Scar- 

brough bldg. 
Tavlor Howard II, auto tires 200 W 6th. 
Taylor Thomas F, real est 301 Littleiield 

bldg. 
Tavlor's Store, It L" Shannon mngr, grocer 

304 W 6th. 
Tears Wm M. undertaker 612 E 6th. 
Texas Bitulithic Co. Fred E ICightor 

supt, paving contrs 605 Scarbrough 

bldg. 
Texas Co The, W S Oliver agt, whol oils 

1302 E 4th. 
Texas Corporation Manuel, Manuel Pub 

Co pjblrs, 126 Littlefield bldg. 
TEXAS DEAF AM) lit lilt AND ISM.VO 

IXSTI'I I 'I'M 1'Olt COLORED VOl'THS, 

Kev John I Donaldson Supt, Tel Old 1&0. 

(Sec page 12 4.) 
Texas Garage (Claude L Carter), 211 E 



Texas Trust (.'it of Austin (Inc), Sam 
Sparks pres, G W Walling jr vice-pres 
H A Turner sec and treas, 617 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

Texas Vorwaerts (weekly). C P Rumpel 
editor, Edward Schutze bus mngr, lo*. 
E 9 th. 

Texas Wesleyan College, Rev O E Oland- 
der pres. 500 E 24th. 

Texas White Ribbon (monthb-). Mrs Jo- 
sephine Daniel publr, 204 E 10th. 

Texas Wholesale Candv Co, J L Arlitt 
mngr 101 W 4th. 

Theis Josephine F, millinery 707 Congress 

Thiappero Norman A, dairy 2500 E 10th. 

Thiele Edward A, meats 2500 Guadalupe 

Thiele Robert E, grocer State rd w of 
Shoal Creek. 

Thomas Michael, grocer 901 E 6th. 

Thomas Roy E, architect 502 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Thompson Jeff D jr. meats 1004 Congress 

Thompson Robert E, lawyer 817 Scar 
brough bldg. 

Thompson Thomas S, cement contr 1910 
Salina. 

THOMl'SOX .v. ORCHARD (It AV 10 
Thompson, 10. A. Orchard), Real Estate, 
Texas Lands and Investments, 610 
Scarbrough Bldg. Tel 600. (See page" 
132.) 

Thomson Alvin, blksmith 506 Trinity. 

Thomson-Halff Co. Rector II Thomson jr 
mngr, automobiles 421 Congress av. 

Thomson Peter, blksmith 410 Colorado. 

Thomson Rector M, real est 503 Scar- 
brough bldg. 

Tilley Wesley H, film mnfr 700 Congress 

TILLOTSO.'N COLLEGE, Isaac 11 Agnr.l, 
Ph.D. Pres, Wm H Hamlin Treas, 
Hoarding and Day School for Colored 
Hoys and Girls. 1S20 E Sth bet Concho 
and Chicon. (See page 127.) 

Tillotson Tidings (bi-monthly), I M 
Agard editor. 1S20 E Sth. 

TIPS KOrXDllV ■£ MACHINE 'CO (Cap- 
ital 540,000), A C Goeth Pres, C W 
Gardner Vice-Pres, Eugene Tips Sec 
and Treas, Mnfrs of Gasoline Engines 
and Pumps cor I & G X It P. and 
Crockett. Tel 479. (See page 12S.) 

TIPS WALTER CO THE, Jobber of 
Hardware and Machinery, Guns, Snort- 
ing Goods, Etc., 70S-712 Congress av, 
Tels 174 and 436. (See page 128.) 

Tobin Walter & Co (Walter Tobin), in- 
surance 606 Congress av. 



6th 
Texas Medical Journal (Monthly), Dr F TOIIIX'S HOOK STORE (luo). J II Tobin 



E Daniel publr, 204 E lOtl 
Texas Motor Car >*i Truck Co, J C Fink 

pres, W H Folts sec and treas, ilO \V 

Cth. 
Texas Plumbing Co (W J Wheless jr, F L 

Calvert. J M Owings), 215 Congress av. 



and Treas. Stationers. Printers, 
Embossers, Engravers, Oftice Furni- 
ture and Supplies, Photo Supplies, Blue 
Printing', Rubber Stamps, Etc, 606 
Congress av. Tels .-.In. 
Tom Wing, restr 422 Congress av 



TEXAS I'OS'li'.V (Weekly), Texas PosI 

Publishing Co Publishers. J 05 E 10th. |_ KI ' ess r av - .... <■„,.,-, -,-.* 

TEXAS WISTHJI l"i;ill.lsi-u.\<J < O, I'm- ,|.'»1'1> Laureen hair dresser -606, r .1Mb 
est Severin .Mngr, Publrs Texas Posten ! lravis County Humane society, J G Hill 
105 E loth 



Toner .Mary A .Mrs, grocer 1500 S Con- 
:i ess av. 

ipp .Laureen < '. ha 
tvis County Hum; 
pres, Mrs Flora Moreland sec, 811 Lit 



Texas Purchasing Co. Wm T Rodgersl 



tiefield bldg. 



mngr, loans 1 12 W 7th. 

TEXAS SCHOOL FOR DEFECTIVES 
AND SAXITARIIIJI FOIt MEXTAX 
AM) NERVOUS DISEASES, Dr. T (J 
Maxwell Supt, Dr A Fitzhugh Beverlv 
Resident Physician. 1112 10 0th. (See 
page 127.) 

TEXAS SCHOOL FOH THE DEAF, (;us F 
Urbantke Supt, 'J' V Archer Principal, 
1102 S Congress av, S Austin, Tel 101. 
(See page 126.) 

Texas Slide Co, G E Fuller mngr, picture- 
slides 700 Congress av. 

Texas State Board of Health, Ralph 
Sleiner pres, Robert I' Babcock sec, 
State Capitol. 

Texas State Humane Society, Otto Stol- 
ley pres. R L Pollard sec, 811 Little- 
field bldg. 

TEXAS STATE INSANE ASYLUM, John 

■ Preston, M D, Supt, 2 miles north of 
city, Tel 122. 

TEXAS STATE !.MIl«\ltV, 
Winkler Librarian. State ( 



Travis Heights Co (Inc), Jefferson John- 
son pres. W H Tracy sec, J W Rob- 
bins treas 714 Congress av. 

Travis Hotel, J (J Hunter propr, 209 Con- 
gress av. 

Trenckmann Wm A jr, lawyer 404 Con- 
gress av. 

Troy Laundry The (Sidney G Warren), 
806 Congress av. 

Tubb & Long (George W Tubb, W r m F 
Long), wagon yard a09 E 5th. 

TCCKEH WM .1. General Agent Nntlounl 
Life Ins Co, 116 Austin National Bank 
I. big. 

Tuke Henrv G, restr S00 Congress av. 

Turner Wm II, grocer W 34th w of Shoal 
('reek. 

Twining Wilson, plumber 913 Congress 

Two -Republics Life Ins Co of El Paso. W 
L GilliJlau (list mngr 101 Austin XatI 
Bank bldg. 

Typewriter Sab-s Co, Wm G Hodges 
mngr, 113 ».l W 6th. 
\\ 'I L' of T Cafe. It 1! Thompson mngr, restr 
Ids. | 2109 Lampas 



Texas State School for the Blind. E ElClit Otto, no als 515 W Gth. 

Bramlelle supt, 70s 10 lsth. Clil Win, meats 1 4 1 n Sabine. 

Texas Theatre, tiesserer & Marshall Underwood Typewriter Co, Frank I 

Amusement Co prop'-.-;, sol Congress Patty mngr. 820 Conjrress av. 
Texas Tobacco Co, A L Eubank mngr, 819 Union Painless Dentists. Annis L Xeih- 

Congress av. I cry mngr. Tin, Congress av. 



I'nited Stales Internal Revenue Collec- 
tor's Office, Federal bldg. 

United States Marshall OHice. Federal 
bldg. 

United Telephone Co, Robert S Shelley 
mngr, 202 W Sth. 

University Coal * Wood Co. T P Mont- 
gomery mngr 1108 E 6th. 

University of Texas, Sidney 10 Mezes pres. 
Edward J JTathews registrar, bet 
Guadalupe, Lampasas, 21st and 24th. 

(JNIVEHSITY OF TEXAS LIHHAHY, 
John Edward Goodwin Librarian. 

UitUANTKE (IIS F, Supt Texns School 
for the Deaf. Tel 101. (See page 126.1 

Van Smith Drug Co, 600 Congress av. 

Veazey Ferd F, restr basement Littlefield 
bldg. 

Vigas Narcisso, restr 1009 Congress av. 

VINING WILL L. See Austin Chamber of 
Commerce, 900 Congress av. Tel 1265. 

Von Boeckmann-Jones Co (Inc). F fv 
Domschlce pres, Wm B Wortham sec, 
printers Sll Congress av. 
on Rosenberg Arthur, real est 109 W Sth, 

VOX nOSENIIEKG FREDERICK' C, At- 
tornev-at-Law, Suite 326 Littlerield 
bldg. 

von Rosenberg Wm jr, county judge. 
Court House. 

Voss & Koock (Herman H Voss. Otto L 
Koock), china and stoves 801 Congress 

Voudouris Bros ( Peter, Spiros and Nich- 
olas), confrs S24 Congress av. 

Waechter Alfred, blksmith 306 W 25th. 

\V A LOI0.X I. li, M A, Pres liiU-mutloiinl 
Correspondence University. 

WALES VISIHLE ADDING AND MST- 
ING MACHINE, The Adder Machine 
Co (Wilkes Barre. Pa) Mnfrs, P B 
Stitt District Mngr Texas and X'ew 
Mexico. Dallas; Roger Hilsman Sales 
Agt, 8th lloor Littlerield Bldg. 

Walker Cotton Oil £- Refining Co 'Inc). 
W D Walker pres, J B Pearson sec 
and treas, packing house products, 301 
W 4 th. 

Walker James H, chief elk General Land 
office State of Texas, eor E 11th and 
Brazos. 

Walker Marion Mrs, transfer 505 San 
Jacinto. 

Walker Products Co (Inc), W D Walker 
pres. J B Pearson sec and treas. 301 
W 4th. 

Walker Robert C, lawyer 407 Littleiield 
bldg. 

Walker T B Mnfg Co (Inc), T B u alker 
pres, J C Walker sec, W P. Walker 
treas, grocers' sundries 301 W 4th. 

Walker Wm B. real est 206 10 5th. 

Walker W B & Sons Co (Inc). whol gro- 
cers 301 SV" 4th. 

Walker's Ice & Cold Storage Co (Inc). 
\V D Walker pies, J B Pearson sec and 
treas. 301 W 1th. 

Walling George W jr & Co (George W 
jr and Thomas B Walling), real est 
and ins 614 Scarbrough bldg. 

Walsh Dennis R, architect 40S Little-field 
bldg. 

Walsii Wm J, dry goods 1608 Lavaca. 

Warmoth Hugh, restr 400 10 6th. 

WARMER S l>, Heal Estate mid Insur- 
ance 231-232 Austin Xatl Bank Bldg, 
Tels Old 480, New 490. 

Warren Robert E. dry goods 211 10 6th. 

Warwick Bros (James W and Vesper V). 
dairv Webberville rd 1% mi e of 
Chicon. 

Watkins Al, restr 706 Congress av. 

Watkins & Wilson (James I, Watkins, 
Stephen V Wilson), real est 321 Little- 
field bldg. 

Watson Arthur O, architect 3 Pope bldg. 

Watson James W. grocer 90S W 30th. 

Watson Le Roy B, meats 1116 10 12th. 

Watt W Neal, phys 205 Littlefield bldg. 

Waxier John, wagon yard 115 Congress. 

Wav Wm II. phvs 617 Colorado. 

Weakly James P., dairy 2304 10 13th. 

Wear John S. horses 613 Trinity. 

Webb & Perrv (Joseph W Webb, James 
P. Perrv), carriages 212 10 Stli. 

Weber Wilson R, dentist 506 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Weed V O. undertaker 923 Congress a> 

Weilbacher August, confr 2111 Lampasas 

Weller Clarence W, phys 1 Sampson bldg 

Weller Cvrus I :. phys I Sampson bldg. 

Wellmor W E, grocer IfiOO Sabine 

Wells, Fargo & Co Express, -X M Rober- 
leuu ajct, 121 w Cth. 



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VYclls John H. artificial limbs, sso Trinity. 
Wende John C. grocer Barton Sprgs rd 

ami Fredericksburg, S Austin. 
VISNDLAXDT CAUL, Itrnl Entnte, Fire 

Insurance and Loans, Let Me Do Your 
Buying and Trading', Oilice 215 anil 217 
Littlonold Bldg, Tels Old 291, New 24:1; 
Kcs 1500 W Oth, Tcls Old 731, New 315. 

Wesley George M, tailor 404 Congress av. 

West Texas .Ranch & Cattle Co (Inc), 
Ernest Nalle sec ami treas, 601 E 6th. 

West Wm R, ivason yard 103 W 2d. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, O D Par- 
ker mngr, 104 W 6th. 

White Aaron F, grocer 1201 E 11th. 

White, Cartledge & Graves (Ike D 
White Eugene Cartledge, Ireland 
Graves), lawyers 345 Austin Natl Rank 
bldg. 

White Essex, real est S01 E 10th, 

White Thomas J, restr 1600 Hackberry. 

White Walter L. lawyer 12 Smith bldg. 

Whiteaker Robert P, phys 1505 W 10th. 

Whitehead James, confr W 6th opp Aus- 
tin Dam. 

Wickline Robert M, phvs 411 Scarbrough 
bldg. 

Wideman Thomas F, ins 116 Austin Natl 
Rank bldg. 

Wier Wm L, dentist 506 Littleficld bldg. 

Wilcox Charles A, Judge 26th Judicial 
Dist Court 

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printer 4403 Ave 



Wilnite Jacob T 
tic Asylum. 

Willie Lerov A, 
Hyde Park. 

Williams George W, wood 1706 Rosewood 

Williams Lycurgus J, grocer 514 W 40th, 
Hvde Park. 

Williams-McCulloch Land Co (H G Wil- 
liams, Sam L McCullouch), 921% Con- 
gress av. 

Williams Pinckney A, real est 51 4 *U E 
6th. 

Williams T H & Co (Timothy H Wil- 
liams), drv goods 500 Congress av. 

WILMOT EDWARD P. I'rew The Austin 
National Bank, 507 Congress av. 

Wilson John W, grocer 1201 E 4th. 

Wlmbish Jeff S, drugs 30S Congress av. 

Wing Lung, restr 105 E 7th. 

WUVKLEH Eli .VEST W, Librarian Texns 
State Library, State Capitol Bldg. 

Wo Lee & Co, restr 609 Congress av. 

Wood Will S, multigraphing 1 Pendexter 
Bldg. 

Woodruff & Carey (James W Woodruff. 
Jefferson E Carey), grocers 213 Con- 
gress av. 

Woodward Pelha.m L, concrete contr 
1601 E 17th. 

Woody J Randolph, livery 400 E 7th. 

Woolsey Samuel A, phvs 304 Littlefield 
bldg. 

Wooten Goodall H, phvs 107 E 10th. 

Wooten Joe S, phvs 107 E 10th. 

Wright Benjamin T, grocer 324 E fith. 

Wright Roy M, tinner 604 Trinitv. 

Wroe W T & Sons (Wm T, Hiram A and 
Samuel K), sa'ddlery hdware 417 Con- 
gress av. 

Wuertelfc Nicholas, baker 1508 S Con- 
gress av. 

Wukasch Charles G, restr and confr 2218 
Guadalupe. 

Wukasch Gerhard A, restr 1607 San Ja- 
cinto. 

Wukasch Henry, genl store 102 Congress 

Wukasch Joseph A, grocer 2220 Guada- 
lupe. 

Wukasch Mary A C Mrs, grocer 910 E 1st. 

Yarrington Shoe Co (Lester R Yarring- 
ton), 323 E 6th. 

Yates & Cornwell Drug Co (Claud O 
Yates, Morris C Cornwell), 922 Con- 
gress av. 

Yeiser Edwin H, lawyer 313 Littlefield 
bldg 

Yett Wm D. phys 3200 Guadalupe. 

YOUNG ME\'S BUSINESS CI, III OF 
AUSTIN, James H Hart Pres, W M 
Graham Viee-Pres, D M Moffatt Treas, 
R Bcdichek Sec, X01 Scarbrough Bldg, 
Tel 1641. 

Zakrison Frank, baker 1200V 2 E 6th. 

Zander August, grocer 1600 E Oth. 

Zier Harry, upholsterer 1004 Lavaca. 

Zimmermann George F, lawyer 805 
Scarbrough bldg. 

AUSTWELL. 

Population 100. On (lie St. L, B. & M. 
It. R., in Refugio county, 35 miles north- 



east of Refugio, the county seat. Mall 
daily. 

Austwell Rank (private). 
Austwell Lumber Co. 
Austwell Meat Market. 
Austwell Mercantile Co, general store. 
Austwell Milling & Ginning Co. 
Austwell Oil Mill. 
Austwell Telephone Co. 
Beaslev & Frasier. confrs. 
JOHNSON ,1 \v, Grocer. 
Langston T L. tinner. 
Lindblum J W. confr. 
Moore R S .blacksmith. 
Shepherd W A. livery and feed. 
Tivoli Mercantile Co, general store. 
Willenberg E R. drugs. 

Zeiske Oscar & Co, general store and 
furniture. 



AVERY. 

Population 500. On the T. P. R. R., in 
Red River county, 16 miles from Clarks- 
ville, the county seat. Has Baptist and 
Methodist churches. 2 banks and a news- 
paper, the Avery News. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. J. F. King, post- 
master. 
Avery Exchange Bank (not inc), W D 

Sanders cashr. 
Avery News (weekly). H H Morgan 

publr. 
Avery Produce Co. 

Brem Fletcher, notions and restaurant. 
Brooks &z Cox, general store. 
Burden W F, general store. 
Burkett H W. blacksmith, 
Cooper R M & Co, restr and cenfrs. 
Davis, Humphries & Moore, general store. 
First State Bank (capital $10,000), W G 

Bryan pres, R II Canterberry cashr. 
ICelsoe & Shoemake, general store. 
KING <fc JENNINGS, General Store. 
Medford B W, general store. 
Medford 1' J & Son, general store. 
Morgan H H, publr Avery News. 
Morgan J W, blacksmith" 
Posey L E, r r, exp and t.el agt. 
Swann & Myers, drugs and lumber. 



AVINGER. 

Population, 500. On the M., K. & T. 
Ry., in Cass county, 15V 2 miles south- 
east of Daingerfield. lias a bank. Tel., 
W. U. Exp., Am. Telephone connection. 
Allison J R. general store and saw mil). 
Avinger L H, general store. 
Avinger Telephone Co. 

Bennett E W, general store and saw mill. 
Bennett S A. general store. 
Bolding W H, saw mill. 
Cloninger R C, drugs. 
Connor H A Hardware Co. 
Coulter D It & Co, general store and 

whol lumber. 
Douglass C A. cotton gin. 
Felker, Glover & Kav, cotton gin. 
FIRST STATE It INK (Capital $15,000), 

A. M Rhyne Pres, R L Shamburgei 

Cashier. 
Friday Peter, blacksmith. v. 
Grillis W H, cotton gin. 
Howell L T, hotel. 
Johnson E, saw mill. 
McCain J R & Co, general store and whol 

lumber. 
Miller B F. hotel and ice. 
Peebles .7 W, drugs. 
Pendley Stephen, saw mill. 
Rhyne A M & Co, general store, cotton 

gin and planing mill. 
Rogers B B, saw mill. 
Rogers & Duke, saw mill. 
Steger Lumber Co, saw mill. 
Thompson A S, dry goods. 
Waldrop R C, grocer. 
Whitworth Bros, lumber mnfrs. 
Williams J T & Son, general store and 

saw mill. 



AVOCA. 

Population 250. On the T. C. R. R., In 
Jones county, IS miles northeast of An- 
son, the county seat. Has Baptist. 
Christian, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches, a bank and :i weekly news- 
paper, the Avoca Telegram. Tel., W. U 
Exp., Am. Telephone connection. O. A. 
Matthews, postmaster. 
Avoca Drug Co. 
Avoca Mercantile Co. general store. 



Avoca Slate Bank (capital si 0.000). T 
M Caton pres. H II Hall cashr. 

Avoca Telegram The (weekly), H H 
Hall publr. 

Beaty S II, poultry breeder. 

Blackmail W G, general store, drugs, 
restr and meats. 

Blackman & Chitwond real estate. 

Calwell J N & II E, grocers. 

Carter C T, produce buyer. 

Dunlap R. physician. 

Grimes H E, poultry breeder. 

Grissom P B, meats. 

Hall H II, printer. 

Morton & Ross, blacksmiths. 

Lawrence J T. poultry breeder. 

MATTHEWS OSCAH A, l>o»tma.stcr. 

Moore J R. real estate. 

Nash W R. poultry breeder. 

Nickles R A, poultry breeder. 

Sadler L A, cotton buyer. 

Shirley C E. poultry bleeder. 

Southard Dallas, .physician. 

Stamford Oil Well Co, cotton gin. 

Taylor T C, grocer. 

Vaught H, poultry breeder. 

White Allen, poultry breeder. 

Williams J N, cotton buyer. 

Woody L M, poultry breeder. 

AVOXIIAI.E. 
Population 20. On the F. W. & D C 
R. R. in Tarrant county, *• miles from 
Ehnme, the nearest banking point. C. P. 
Shirley, postmaster. 
Shirley J C, genl store. 

AXTELL. 

Population 400. On the St. L. S W. 
Ry, in McLennan county, 12 miles from 
Waco, the county seat' Has Baptist and 
Methodist churches and a hank. Exp., 
\V. F. & Co. Telephone connection. Mrs. 
M. E. Casey, postmaster. 
Axtell Lumber Co, John Turner mngr. 
Bird E W, wood, 
Blackwell Bros, blacksmiths. 
Casey James, genl store.. - 
Casey M 10 Mrs, postmaster. 
Castleman Ed, cattle breeder. 
Christian & Archer, cotton :rin. 
Farmer C C, r r and exp agt. 
Finney R A, genl store. . 
FIRST STATE IIAXK (Capital $10,000), 

Ed Savage I'res, W Warwick Vice- 

Tres, C B Sloan Cashr. 
Holly J, cotton buyer. 
Hurst John. wood. 

McBride John, hotel and real estate. . 
Xorvell M C. physician. 
Pearce J D. cattle feeder. 
Rogers J K & Son, blacksmiths. 
St Clair J P, meats. 

SAVAGE ED, I'res First stale Dank. 
Savage J E, cattle breeder. 
Sloan O B, cotton buyer. 
Stanlield S B. cotton buyer. 
Story R A. cattle feeder. 
Thompson R C, genl store. - 
Thompson NV D, real estate. 
Thompson & Thompson, cotton buyers. 
Waco Cotton Oil Co, cotton gin. 
Wallace R W, genl store and restaurant. 



AZLE. 
Population 200. In Tarrant county. IT 
miles west of Ft. Worth, the county seat. 
banking; and shipping point. Telephone 
connection, W. N. McDonald, postmas- 
ter. 

Axle Gin & Milling Co. 
Azle Telephone Co. 
Bowman .1 F, blacksmith. 
Burgess NV F, genl store. 
Haley O R. grocer. 
McDO.X AI.11 w \, General store. 
Scrimshire W B, (renl store. 
smith R T. restaurant. 
Walker J R, drugs. 



DAUEK. 

Population 100. On the T & N O Ry. 
in Angelina county. 13 miles southeast 
of Lupkin, the county seat and bank- 
ing point. 
Bailey Win, grocer. 
Carter Dumber Co, lumber i.infrs. 
Collins J L, meats. 



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I1AIIY HEAD. 

■ Population 93. In Llano county, 9% 
miles from Llano, the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping; point. J. O. Bethune, 
postmaster. 
BETHUNE JOHN 1% Grocer. 

BAGWELL. 

Population 300. On the T. & P. Ry. in 
Red River county, 7 miles from Clarks- 
ville, the county seat. Has 2 bo.nks and 
2 cotton gins and grist mills. Tel., W. 
U. ; Exp., W. P. & Co. 1'. Stephens, post- 
master. 

Andrae C H, genl store. 
Bagwell Bank <H I and W D Jones). 
Bagwell Gin Co. 
Bagwell Hardware Co. 
Bagwell Telephone Co. 
Brooks J F & Sons, genl store. 
Bussell L V, tailor. 
Farmers' Union Gin Co. 
Farmers' Union Store, genl store. 
Farmers* Union Warehouse Assn, cotton 

storage. 
FIRST STATE 11AXK (Cnpltnl $20,000), 

S W Love Pies, T S Caton Cashr. 
Fisher Alice Mrs, millinery. 
Fisher & Reese, drugs. 
Fitzgerald A L, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Howard I M, physician. 
Jones H I jr, cotton buyer. 
Jones H I & Sons, genl store. 
Love S W & Son. genl store. 
Love & Smith, saw mill. 
Paradise & Rush, grocers. 
Phillips H H. blacksmith. 
Stephens W W, physician. 



UAILEV. 

Population 3C5. On the St. L. S. \V. 

Ry. and on the Red River in Fannin 

county, 12 miles from Bonham, the 

county seat. Has a bank and a news- 
paper. The Bailey Telegram. Tel., W. 

Iff.; Exp., W. F. <fc Co. W. A. Cronln, 

postmaster. 

Atkins J L, furniture and undertaker. 

Bailey Ciri Co, cotton gin. 

Bailey Telegram (weekly), John Hum- 
phries publr. 

Barnett Scott, hides and furs. 

Bledsoe J C, livery. 

Brown H C, blacksmith. 

Carter J H, grist mill. 

Continental State Bank (capital $12,500), 
J G Wilkinson pres, Levi Wilson cash. 

Crawford L J, dry goods and shoes. 

CRONIN W A, Postmaster. 

Fowlkes & Via, grocers. 

Freeman YV N, jeweler. 

Hotel De 'Gardner. 

Hotel Lambeth. 

Humphries John, publr Bailey Telegram. 

La Roe J F, lumber. 

Leslie Hugh & Co, drugs. 

Leslie W T, genl store. 

London A F, blacksmith. 

McCloskey H L, agt Cotton Belt Ry. 

Majestic Theatre. 

Matheny Bios, tailors. 

Mitchel M A, drug's. 

Neale-Felty Co, genl store. 

Rayner Bros, confectioners. 

Savage J R, livery. 

Tucker & Leslie, grocers and hardware. 

Ward & Stone, confectioners. 

Webster C M, agt W F & Co Exp. 



BAILEY VILLE. 

Population 350. In Milam county, 20 
miles from Cameron, the county seat 
and 12% from Rosebud, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. W. A. 
Bradlev, postmaster. 
BHADLEY \V A, General Store. 
Ellison R W, genl store. 
Rast P J, genl store. 
Woodhall J I' & C P, genl store and 

cotton gin. 



BAIRD. 

. Population " 1,710. The judicial seat 
of Callahan county, Is located on tl 
Rio Grande division of the T. <fc P. Ry, 
140 miles west of Ft. Worth. Has Bap 
tist, Methodist. Christian and Presby 
terian churches. 2 banks and a week 
ly newspaper, The Star. The principal 
industry is cotton ginning. Tel., W. U. 
Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone connec- 
tions. G. R. McMannis, postmaster. 



Works, Win L Ashton 
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Baird City W 

mngr. 
Baird Light & Ice Co (Ft. Worth), T 

smith mngr. 
Baird Machine Co (Harry Berry, S J 

Hadlev), garage. 
Baird Star The (weekly), W E Gilliland 

publr. 
Barnhill Martin, insurance. 
Black J Robert, county attorney. 
Blackburn Lemuel L, lawyer and ab- 
stracts. 
Bowlus Wm G, contractor. 
Bowlus W Grant, lumber. 
Boydstun B Louis, genl store and cot- 
ton buyer. 
Boydstun Wm D, dry goods and cotton 

buyer. 
Burson Novel O, tailor. 
Callahan County Gin Co (capital $5,000), 

R G Powell pres, B L Boydstun sec 

and mngr. 
Chambers Bros (A B and T B), notions 
City Hotel, Mrs Annie Stallangs propr. 
Conner Charles W, county treas. 
Continental Oil & Gin Co (Abilene), Otis 

Cartwright mngr. 
Conway Thomas L. tax assessor. 
C'ousley John L, tailor. 
Dickey & Bounds, blacksmiths. 
Ely W Rot, countv judge. 
FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO 

MARYLAND, J Rupert Johnson 
First National Bank The (capital $50,- 

000), J F Dyer pres, Henry James vice- 

pres, W S Hinds cashr. 
Floyd Thomas H, county surveyor and 

coroner. 
Foy Henry F, dry goof's. 
Frasier Samuel T, physician. 
Gilliland Wm E, publr The Baird Star. 
Griggs Robert L. phvsieian 
Halstead Bros (K G and 

dairy. 

Halstead Robert G, grocer. 
Hancock John, live stock. 
Hart J S & Son (J S and Frederick) 

hardware. 
Henslev Wm T, confectioner. 
Hill Virgil E. dentist. 

Holmes Drug Co (M J and C B Holmes) 
Home Grocery Co (G W Jones). 
Home Lumber Co (capital $10,000), M 

Barnhill pres. W C Franklin sec and 

treas, W M Coffman mngr. 
Home National Bank (capital $50,000), 

S L Driskill pres, Harry Meyer vice- 

pres, T E Powell cashr. 
Home Telephone &- Electric Co (capital 

$25,000), S L Driskill pres, F L Al- 

vord vice-pres, B Richardson treas 

sec and mngr. 
Hotel Mac, C A Neubauer propr. 
Jackson Rupert, lawyer and city at- 

tornev. 
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McGowen Bros (II C and J H), meats 
Mahan Charles Id, pianos. » . 

Moton Frank, w.ison yard. 
Xitsclikc Oscar, baker. 
Toe Samuel W, wagon yard. 
Powell Robert Cf, physician. 
Kains Felix F. sheriff. 



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Ramsey Harold II, dentist. 

Rav Wm J, coal and blacksmith. 

Reed R J, blacksmith. 

Robinson J \Y, billposter. 

Rock Hotel, W W Harris propr. 

Rowley James H. r r, tel and exp agt. 

Royal Theatre, Mrs Annie Stallangs 
propr. 

Schwartz Herman dry goods, under- 
taker and cotton buyer. 

Scott George B. furniture. 

Shackelford Allen, physician. 

Shanks W Homer, tax collector. 

Snyder C Byron, cattle breeder. 

Street Elmer, livery. 

Street Merit R, wagronyard. 

Surles Roscoe L, county clerk and re- 
corder of deeds. 

Terrell Charles E, drugs. 

Texas Hardware & Furniture Co (cap- 
ital $10,000), F E Alvord pros, J S 
Hart vice-pres, S Hart treas R L Alex- 
ander sec and mngr. 

Tidwell Bros (F L and J S) grocers. 

Tisdale Wiley C. county supt of schools. 

Walker Frank L, dray. 

Walker .Tames H, printer. 

Wellborn Wm O, restaurant. 

Williams Benjamin, tinner. 

Wristeh & Johnson (E M Wristen, J TJ 
Johnson), grocers and feed. 

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Population 25. In Robertson county, 
18 miles from Franklin, the county seat 
and banking point, and 12 from Easterly, 
the nearest shipping point. Thomas 
Ross, postmaster. 
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BALDWIN. 

Fopulation 350. On the M., K. & T. Ry. 
in Harrison county, 14 miles from Mar- 
shall, the county seat and S from Jeffer- 
son, the nearest banking point. Exp., 
Adams. Telephone connection. Wm. T. 
Ware, postmaster. 
Burk A I., saw mill. 
Hudson John, apiarist and r r agt. 
Band A L. general store. 
WAHU WM 'I., General Store, Cotton Glu, 

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Wurtsbaugh Lumber Co, saw mill. 



BALLINGER. 

Population 3500. The judicial seat of 
Runnels county is located on the G. C. 
& S F and A. & S. R. Rs., and on the 
Colorado river, 225 miles west of Fort 
Worth. Has Baptist. Catholic, Christian, 
Church of Christ Episcopal, German 
Methodist Methodist and Nazarlne 
churches, a high school, 3 ward schools, 
a kindergarten, a Carnegie library 3 
banks, a daily newspaper, the Ledger, 2 
weeklies the Banner-Ledger and the 
Runnels County Democrat; electric light, 
water works, etc. Among the moro 
prominent industries are 5 cotton gins. 
Hour mill, cotton oil mill, cotton com- 
press, ice plant and bottling works. Tel., 
W. TJ. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connections. II. A. Cady, postmaster. 
Afflerbach Louis, restaurant. 
Allen Benjamin F, bouse mover. 
Allen G F, cattle breeder. 
Arctic Ice & Fuel Co (capital $25,000), 

Tom Ward pres. Charles S Miller viep- 

pres, David M Baker sec and treas, 

Robert P Kirk mngr. 
Armstrong llnsack T, tailor. 
Bailee Robert, rattle breeder. 



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Ballinger Auto Co (Wm A Nance. Har- 
old M Loach), garage. 

Ballinger Band, Diaz Wood leader. 

Ballinger Bottling & Mnfg Co, W A 
Bridwell propr. 

Ballinger Business Men's League, Her- 
man Giesecke pres. 

Ballinger Cotton Oil Co (capital $100,- 
000), R A Hall (San Angelo) pres. 
George .T Bird (Wan Angelo) vice-pros, 
John Y Pearee sec and treas. Oscar 
Pearson mngr, cotton oil mill, gin and 
electric light plant. 

Balling-er Dry Goods Co (capital $20,- 
C00), Robert McGregor pres, Peter Mc- 
Gregor vice-pres, Harry H Thomson 
sec and treas. 

Ballinger Gin Co, Joe Spoonts mngr. 

Ballinger Loan Co (capital $35,000). Al- 
vin H Van Pelt pros. Ben B Stone vice- 
pres, Paul Trimmier sec-treas and 
mngr. 

Ballinger Lumber Co (W P Carey and 
D J Young, Chicago, 111, owners), W E 
Chambers mngr. 

Ballinger Opera House, W J Wilke 
mngr. 

BALLINGER PRINTING CO (Cnpllnl 
$10,000), O L Parish Pres, Paul Trim- 
mier Vice-Prcs. Ciiarles P Shepherd 
Sec and Treas, Albert W Sledge Editor, 
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Charles S Miller I'res, George M 
Vaughn Vice-Pres, Edmund B* Walker 
Cashr, Wiley E Barbee Asst Cashr. 
Morgan Jones and Charles O Harris 
Directors. 

Ballinger Transfer Co, Shelby W Dunn 
propr. 

Bandervent Thomas, wagon vard. 

ItANNEIf-LEDGKIl TI1K (Weekly), Bal- 
linger Printing Co Publrs, (See adv.) 

Baskin Eugene C, dentist. 

Bennett Abstract Co (capital $15,000), 
Ben B Stone pres, Paul Trimmier sec 
and treas. 

Blasdell .1 Will, physician. 

Boyd Mike (', county assessor. 

Bradcn M Charles, wagon yard. 

Brewer .lames E, jeweler and optician. 

Brown Win L. county treas. 

Buchwall Ernest, piano tuner. 

Cady Henry A, postmaster. 

Cameron Wm & Co (Inc; Waco), H C 
Gardner mngr, lumber. 



t'.t.M HW.l, A- livim (Stephen K Cau- 

trell. .Muss M Byrd), Dealers in Hay, 
Feed and Fuel, Also Wagon Yard. 

Carnegie Library, Mrs K V Northington 
librarian. 

Castor Ciiarles. cement blocks. 

Central Hotel, N F Norris proiir. 

Chambers Lester, publr Runnels County 
Democrat. 

Chastain Grain Co (Maxwell D Chas- 
tain). 

Chastain M D & Co (Maxwell D Chas- 
tain. Elmer Shepperd), insurance. 

Clampitt & Rutherford (John W Clam- 
pitt, Ralph Rutherford), cotton gin. 

Cobb Skeaugh W, bicycle repairer and 
second hand goods. 

Conn Robert P. grocer and notions. 

Cordill Asa, jeweler and optician. 

Corum Robert, livestock breeder. 

Cozy Theatre, W P Wilke propr. 

Crosson Thomas T, lawyer. 

Currie John F, dry goods. 

DAILY LEDGER THE, Ballingex Print- 
ing Co Publrs (See adv). 

Davis Mercantile Co (capital $15,000), 
Walter A Davis pres, Ralph Ruther- 
ford sec and treas. general store. 

Day Edwin, cotton gin. 

Deens Richard J, livery. 

Doose C A & Co (Christopher A and Wm 
Jr), real estate and abstracts. 

Douglass James C, physician. 

Eisenhuth Charles, cement sidewalks. 

Elder E F & Son (Ervin F and Otto), 
confectioners. 

Ellis W L & Co (Wm L Ellis, Aiden J 
Thorpe), cotton exporters. 

Farmers' Union Warehouse, G W Mathis 
mngr. 

FARMERS' AM) MERCHANTS' STATE 
BANK TIIK (Capital $100,000. Surplus 
and Profits $10,000). John F Currie 
Pies, R R (Dick) Russell Vice-Pres. 
Maxwell D Chastain Vice-Pres. Jo Wil- 
meih Cashier, J L Chastain and Andy 
Gustavus Asst Cashiers, General Bank- 
ing, Trust and Real Estate Loans. 

FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OF 
M Alt VI. AND, J W Powell Agt..' 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Established 
1886; Capital $200,000. Surplus anu 
Profits $35,000), Tom Ward Pres, Dave 
M Baker Vice-Pres, Ralph G Erwin 
Cashier, John W Thurman. J Whit 
Patterson and Wm R Bogle Asst Cash- 
iers, General Banking. 

Flynt James P, sheriff. 

Fowler Walter W, physician. 

Freeze Thomas M, second hand goods. 

GIESECKE HERMAN, Iteal Estate and 
Mortgage Broker. 

Gilliam Clyde C, tailor. 

Gilliam & Poor (Jim Gilliam, Susan 
Poor), milliners. 

Glober Ed &. Will, bakers and meats. 

Greer Wm H, drayage. 

Gressett <fc Demmer (Lawrence F Gres- 
sett. Henry F Demmer), blacksmiths 

Guin Carl S, life ins. 

Guion John I, lawyer. 

Gulf Refining Co, Joe Hardin agt. 

Gustavus Wm A jr, dentist. 

Gustavus W A & Co (Wm A S and 
Xezba M Gustavus), general store. 

Hagan Fugene L, county supt of schools. 

Hall Hardware Co (capital $60,000), Tom 
Ward pres, Roscoe A Hall vice-pres. 
Jack McGregor sec and treas. 

Hnlley. Love <& Mangum (Wm B Halley, 
Arthur S Love, Thomas E Mangum > 
physicians. 

Halley & Love Sanitarium, Drs Wm B 
Halley and A S Love proprs. 

Hamilton Marion M, wagon yard. 

Hardin Joe, dray. 

Hardin & Bateman (J II Hardin (Ft 
Worth), E V Bateman), lumber. 

Harper Cyrus W, feed stable. 

Harris Charles O. lawyer. 

Ilartman Uriah E. grocer. 

Higdon-Melton-.lacksnn Go (capital $10,- 
000 1. Alex L Higdon pres, I'ltimorc P 
Melton sec and tn-as. dry goods. 

HIGGI.VnOTHAM - < I URIE - WILLIAMS 
CO.fCapital JliJO.OOU. Surplus $75,000). 
R W Higginbotham (Dublin) Pres. 
John F Currie Vice-Pres. Robert T 
Williams Sec. Wm li Kay Treas. 
Dealers in Everything and Lumber. 

Jackson Win, dair>. 



JEANES K A A CO (Ellxlin A. ( art R 

and Rouss E Jeanes). Wholesale and 
Retail Dealers in Produce, Fruits, 
Vegetables, Field and Garden Seeds. 
Jones, Walton & Co (capital $30,000). 
Robert O Walton pres and mngr, Sam 
II Daugherty sec and ir.as. hardware 
and implements. 

KELLY COTTAGE, Mrs ,T V Kelly Propr, 

Rates $1.25 to $2 Per Day, First Class 

Accommodations, The Traveling Men's 

Home in Ballinger. 
Kelly James A Mrs, propr Kelly Cottage. 
Kleberg Marcellus jr. lawyer and county 

juTlge. 
Lankford Thomas S, furniture, broom 

and mattress mnfr. 
Lusk James F. real estate 
Lynn C J & Bro (Cladius J and Hugh 

W), drayage and fuel. 
McKinney Erastus R, vet surgeon. 
.Mcpherson Mrs S H, poultry breeder. 
Maddox R Lee, life ins. 
Magnolia Petroleum Co. J A Williams 

agt. 
Martindale Jesse p, newsdealer. 
Mays Hotel, M M Smith propr. 
Middlebrook Moses S, garage. 
Middleljrook Thomas J. blacksmith. 
MILLER CHARLES S, Attoruey-nt-Lavr, 

l'res Ballinger State Bank and Trust 

Co, Security Title Co, and Realty In- 
vestment Broker. 
Miller Frank C, cotton buyer. 
Miller Louis L, notions. 
Miller Mercantile Co The (capital 520,- 

000), Frank C Miller pres. James C 

Miller vice-pres, James W Francis 

sec and treas. grocers and feed. 
Missouri Milling Co (capital $30,000), 

George M Vaughn pres and mngr, 

Thomas W Robertson see and treas. 
Moore Frank F. blacksmith. 
Moser Daniel, cotton buyer. 
Xash Joseph F. tailor. 
Nicholson & Boyd (Hobart M Nicholson. 

Charles L Boyd), confectioners. 
Xiirthington K V Mrs, librarian Carnegie 

Library. 
Noycs Gus, cattle breeder. 
Odom G G. cattle breeder. 
Ostertag Furniture Co (Joseph A Oster- 

tag). 
Padgett Wm T, county tax collector. 
Parish Overton L, county clerk and re- 

.corder. 
Parnell James, sign painter. 
Patterson Bros (John S and James H). 

horses and mules. 
Pearee John Y, drugs. 
Peai'ce & Holman (John Y Pc-arce. 

George P Holman), drugs. 
Pechacek John, blacksmith. 
Phillips John, baker. 
Phillips Mar>* E, district clerk. 
Pierce-Fordyce oil Assn, J C Snow agt. 
Pilcher Brack W, auctioneer. 
Powell James W, lawyer, 
i'owell John E. countv survevor. 
PRICE JOHN It. Planing Mill. «.eneral 

Contractor and Builder: Sash. Doors. 

Screens and General Mill Work Made 

to Order. 
Princess Theatre, Roy Rceder propr. 
I'.aliy S Bonner, dentist. 
Radford J M Grocery Co (Abilene). F H 

Smith mngr. whol grocers. 
Rainage Wm F, junk. 
Rasbury & Vearby (Edgar L Rasbury. 

John J Yoarby), cotton buyers. 
Ray-Penn Co 1 Win B Ray, Win C Penn). 

cotton exporters. 
Rayburn Howell A. livery. 
Reeder Douglas, clothing. 
Reeves .fe Simpson (Wattie C Reeves. 

Troy P Simpson), printers. 
Roarlc Isaac N, grain. 
Koark- Wm II. tailor. 
Rosen wasser Morris, confectioner. 
Uoseiivvasser & Levy (Victor Rosenwas- 

ser, Abe Levy), dry goods. 
Runnels County Democrat (weekly). 

Lester Chambers publr. 
Rutllli Is Countv Fair Assn (capital 

$15, (MUM, .lack McGregor sec. 

Savoy Hotel, J L Allen propr. 

Secrcst House. W 11 Secrest propr. 

m;< t HIT* TITLE CO (Capital S2A.00O: 
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Shields Jackson, agt Abilene & Southern 

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SLEDGE ALBERT W. Editor Dully 

Ledger and Weekly Banner-Ledger. 

Smith Marryatt C, lawyer. 

Spann A L & Co (Albert L and Andrew 
J), grocers. 

Stokes Henry G. agt W P & Co Exp. 

Street W, live stock. 

Stroble Lewis L, restaurant. 

Stubbs Lonnie B, grocer and feed. 

Tally Walter A, laundry. 

Texas Compress Co (Waco), R L Bas- 
sett supt. 

Texas Co The. Jesse McAdams ag\, oils. 

Towler C W & Co (Charles W Towler), 
coLton gin. 

Truly Robert B. lawyer. 

VAN IELT, KIRK A MACK (Capital 
$50,000), Benjamin C Kirk Pres. Alvin 
H Van Pelt Vice-Pres, Scott II Mack 
Sec and Mngr; General Store, Hard- 
ware and Implements. 

WADE & DOSS (Joseph 11 Wade, Aubrey 
K Doss), Attorneys at Law, General 
Practice, Land Titles and Suits. 

Walker Drug Co (capital $15,000). John 
A Weeks pres and mngr, James D Mor- 
gan vice-pres, Charles H Willingham 
sec and treas. 

Walker Edwin R, phvsician. 

Walker-Smith Co (Brownwood), W A 
Francis mngr, whol grocers. 

Ward W Tim, meats. 

AVardlaw Newton J. fruit grower. 

Wendorf Henry L, harness. 

West Texas Telephone Co (Brownwood) 
O W Woods rnnsrr. 

White City, W J Wilke propr. 

White Wm R, fruit grower 2 mi s. 

Wigle Arthur H, agt Santa Fe Rv and 
mngr W U Tel Co. 

Wilbourn J Hugh, photographer. 

Willingham Charles H, lawyer. 

Wood L I', cattle breeder. 

Wood W B & Son (Wm B and Diaz B) 
grocers. 

Wooden Isaac O, billposter and hides. 

Yarnell James J wagon yard. 

Zappe Adolph J, general store. 



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R. R., in Reeves county, 36 miles from 
I'ecos, the county seat. Has two churches 
a bank and a weekly newspaper, the 
Toyaii Valley Herald. Exp., W, F. & 
Co. Telephone connection. H. T. Lavelle, 
postmaster. 

Balmorhea Artificial Stone Co. 
Balmorhea Commercial Assn, Richard P 

Head sec. 
Balmorhea Mercantile Co, general store. 
Barlow S L, r r and exp agt. 
Head R P. publr Toyah Valley Herald. 
Johnson A V, drugs. 
LAVELLE HENRY '1', Billiard Hall and 

Postmaster. 
Pruett Lumber Co. 
T,/yah Vailev Alfalfa Milling Co. 
Toyah Vailev Bank The (not inc.) 
Toyah Valley Herald (weekly), R P 

Head publr. 
Wester Frank, general store. 



Bandera Enterprise The (weekly), C L 

Patterson publr. 
Boyle ,Nc Boyle, general store. 
Butler J O, physician. 
Clark Amasa, fruit grower. 
Davenport Hark, wool grower. 
Davenport W J, wool grower. 
Davenport W J & Co, general store. 
Duffy H C. hotel and lawyer. 
Barnes J A, lawyer. 
Ethridge W S. lawyer. 
First State Bank (capital Jl 0,000). S 

B Ford pres, Aaron Mathews cashr. 
Gibbons John, wool grower. 
Glaser A J. dentist. 
Gray Bros, livery. 
Head John A, fruit grower. 
Langford Frank jr. cotton buyer. 
Langford I B. hotel and undertaker. 
Lewis C E. wool grower. 
Lincoln & Hart, general store, drugs and 

cotton buyers. 
McCarty Bruce, wool grower. 
Mansfield .Herman, cattle feeder. 
Mansfield John, wool grower. 
Montague Charles, lawyer. 
Montague Frank, wool grower. 
JIO.\TA«PE MARUAUBT, Postmaster. 
Moore X L & Sons, meats. 
Pate Bios, blacksmiths. 
Patterson G L, lawyer and publr Bandera 

Enterprise. 
Peters. Elias & Tal. cotton gin. 
Rappold J M, physician. 
Risinger Lee, general store and cotton 

buver. 
Rugh C R, hotel. 
Short Joseph, cattle feeder. 
Stevens Henry, general store. 
Stevens Isaac, confectioner. 
Stevens Thomas, wool grower. 
Tait J F. blacksmith. 

IlAXfiS. 
Population 600. On the G. C. &■ S. F. 

Ry.. in brown county, 10 miles from 

Brownwood, the county seat. Has four 
churches, a bank and a weekly news- 
paper, the Bangs Enterprise. Exp., W. 

F. & Co. Telephone connection. Walter 

W. Layman, postmaster. 

Bangs Enterprise (weekly), J F Day 
publr. 

Brooks E W, drugs. 

Brownwood & West Texas Nursery Co. 

Day J F, hotel and publr Bangs Enter- 
prise. 

Farmers Union Gin Co. 

First State Bank (capital {10,000), W 
J Schulze pres, H I' Rutherford cashr. 

Fitzgerald Bros, general store. 

Gibson J C. drugs. 

House D N. grocer. 

Jackson & Co, general store. 

lenkins C O. cotton gin. 

Knight Joseph, furniture. 

\1ir.VV WALTER W, Postmaster. 

Leeper-Curd Lumber Co. 

Mclnnis W R. hardware. 

Metts A E. restr and meats. 

Xeodosha Gas & Oil Co. 

Robertson <k Wilson, grocers. 

Swartz G S. agt W F & Co Exp. 

Wilkinson T W, dry goods and grocer. 

Yarbrough L N, feed. 



Bardwell Telephone Co. 

Bartlctt J W, cotton gin. 

Bridges W G. general store. 

Cates W A, cotton yard. 

Caudle W L, notions. 

Chapman Mercantile Co, general store. 

Citizens' Lumber Co. 

Farmers' Guaranty State Bank (capital 

$25,000), C II Sullivan pres, 1' B Curd 

cashr. 
Farmers' Oil Mill Co. 
Forehand Drug Co. 
Goodwyn-Holland Mercantile Co, 

eral s'tore, 
Helms J D, hotel. 

Howard J A & Sons, blacksmiths. 
Levy Bros, drv goods. 
Lewis Bros & Caldwell, horses 

mules. 
McCown J V. restaurant. 
McCown & Whiteside, general store. 
Miller W S, mules and feed. 
Pitrhford L II, leather goods. 
Ramsay D W. r r and exp agt. 
Ramsey & Gailey, dry goods. 
Tripp H A, printer, 
Warren R B & Kro, general store. 



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BARKER. 

Population 80. On the SI., K. & T. 
Ry., in Harris county, 2.1 miles from 
Houston, the county seat and banking 
point. Telephone connection. 
Fromme A L, general store. 



BALSORA. 

Population 40. in Wise county, 18 
miles from Decatur, the county seat, and 
10 from Bridgeport, the usual banking 
and shipping point. Telephone connec- 
tion. J. M. White, postmaster. 
Carter &- Tramell, cotton gin. 
Pearson B T, general store. 
WHITE J M, Telephone Exchange and 

Postmaster. 



HANDERA. 

Population 600. The judicial seat of 
Bandera county, 20 miles from Cent 
Point, the nearest railroad point. Has 
Baptist, Catholic and Methodist church 
a bank ami a newspaper, the Bandera 
Enterprise. Average price of improved 
land in vicinity $20 per acre. stag 
daily to Boerne and Tapley and semi 
weekly to Medina. Telephone connec- 
tion. Margaret Montague, postmaster 



nAX((i;r.TE, 

A rural postoffice on the T. M. Ry., in 
Nueces county, 22 miles west of Corpus 
Christi, the county seat, and G from 
Kohstown, the nearest banking point. 
Mail daily. 

Peters S Ross, cattle breeder. 
Wilkinson <<> Co, general sture. 
Wright C C, cattlejareeder. 
BARDWELL. 

Population 500, On the T. & B. V. Ry., 
in Ellis county, 12 miles from Waxa- 
hachie, the county seat. Has Baptist. 
Christian and Methodist churches, two 
banks and a weekly newspaper, the 
Herald. Exp.. Am. Telephone connec- 
tion. R. O. Roach, postmaster. 
Allmon George, blacksmith. 
Bardwell Cotton Yard. 
Bardwell Gin Co. 
Bardwell Grocery Co. 
Bardwell Hardware Co. 
Bardwell Herald (weekly), H A Tripr 

publr 
BARDWELL STATE IIAXK (Capital 

$25,000), T A Ferris Pres, C W Brown 

Cashr. 



BARKSDALE. 

Population 200. In Edwards county, 
50 miles from Uvalde, the nearest ship- 
ping point. Has a bank. Telephone 
connection. 

Beck W C. restaurant and confectioner. 
McCarson &- Rhodes, general store. 
Nelson A, blacksmith. 
Nix & Casev. drugs. 
STATE HANK OF BARKSDALE (Capital 

$10,000). S P Stockton Pres, Ross 

Powers Cashr. 
Uzzell J C, grain and feed. 
Wallace L V, general store. 

BARNES. 

A rural postotlice in Polk county, 22 
miles northeast of Livingston, the county 
scat, i) from Moscow, the nearest bank- 
ing point, and 2% from Camden, its 
shipping point. Mail, daily. J. A. Hand- 
ley, postmaster. 
1IANDLE\ J A JK, General Store. 

BARNIIART. 

Population 50. On the K. C. M. & 
O. R. R., in Irion county, 31 miles from 
Sherwood, the county seat, and 28 from 
Mertzon, the nearest bank location. 
Tel., W. V., Exp.. Am. Telephone con- 
nection. C. C. Luther, postmaster. 
Blackstone & Slaughter, livestock. 
Cox L P. Co, general store. 
Easton Grain Co, C C Luther mngr. 

wholesale grain, flour, etc. 
Gulf Refining Co, C C Luther agt. oils. 
LUTHER C C, Postmaster, Mngr Easton 

Grain Co, Agt Gulf Refining Co, Mngr 

San Angelo Tel Co and Pecos and Rio 

Grande Tel Co. 
McGlothHn J H, r r. exp and tel agt. 
Montague Joseph, livestock breeder. 
Noelke & Murphy, livestock breeders. 
Pecos and Rio Grande Telephone Co, C C 

Luther mngr. 
Rochelle John, restaurant. 
San Angelo Telephone Co, C C Luther 

mngr. 
Sawyer Cattle Co. livestock, 

HARM At. 
A postoffice and ling station on the 
M., K. & T. Ry., in Polk county. 25 miles 
from Livingston, the county seat, and 12 
f"-om Corrigan, the nearest banking 
point. Exp., Am. Telephone connec- 
tion. W. T. Bates, postmaster. 
BATES W T, General Store aud Saw- 
Mill. 
Hanna C N, cotton gin. 

BARRY. 

Population 100. On the St. L. S. W. 
Rv.. in Navarro county. 12 miles from 
Corsieana, the county seat. Has Bap- 
tist, Christian aud Methodist churches, 





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a bank and a sveekly newspaper, The 
News. Telegraph and telephone facil- 
ities. Exp., W. F. & Co. G. J. McCarty, 
postmaster. 

Barry News (weekly), T D Sisk publr. 
Elkins W A, grocer. 
Finch-Bahers Dumber Co. 
First State Bank (capital $25,000), F N 

Drane pres, P D Williams cashr. 
Fret-man T, meats and ice. 
Hodges R J & Co, cotton gin. 
Hooser J W & Co, grocers. 
McCARTY GEORGF. J, Grocer and Post- 

nriaster. 
Newburn Bros, drugs. 
Russell W O. blacksmith. 
Sisk T D. publr Barry News. 
Stephens E S. r r. exp and tcl agt. 
Tekell Bros, grocers. 
Woodruff *c Co. general store. 
Wright E L. drugs. 

BARSTOW. 

Population TOO. Incorporated town on 
the T. & P. R>\, 214 miles east of El 
Paso, in Ward county, of which it is 
the county seat. Has Eaptist, Epis- 
copal and Presbyterian churches, hotel, 
bank, opera house seating 300. cotton 
gin and a weekly newspaper, The West 
Texas Journal, cotton grain, alfalfa seed 
and livestock are the principal ship- 
ments. Exp., W. F. & Co., Tel., W. U 
Telephone connection. Fred P. Ingerson, 
postmaster. 
Anderson T B &• Co (T B Anderson. J A 

Upchurcn), dry goods and grocers. 
Bacon Edna, county treas. 
Barstow Commercial Club, P O Ben 

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Ruiz Julian G, grocer and meats. 

Sewell Wm A, dry goods and shoes. 

Slack Thomas F, lawyer. 

Starley J E, lawyer, 

Stephenson Errett B, tailor. 

Sweat t Eugene W, county and district 

clerk. 
TRIMBLE KLMO, Mngr Word County 

Abstract Co. , 

Tri-Statc Telephone Co. 
Tucker Wm M, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Walker J J, grocer. 
WARD COUNTY ABSTRACT CO, Elmo 

Trimble Mngr. Oldest Abstracters in 

Ward County, Members Texas Abstract 

Association. 
West Texas Journal (weekly), J D 

Ramsey editor. 
Wilson Patrick, livestock. 
Winns W B, county surveyor. 

BAATLETT, 

Population 2,200. A prosperous city 
on the M., K. & T. Ry.. 51 miles north 
of Austin, 153 south of Ft Worth and 
24 south of Temple, located in Bell and 
Williamson counties. It is also the 
eastern terminal of the Bartlett &• West- 
ern Ry. Has churches of the leading 
denominations, electric lights, water 
works and sewerage, 3 banks, a weekly 
newspaper, the Tribune, 3 cotton gins, 
cotton seed oil mill and compress, plan- 
ing mill and laundry. Ships livestock, 
cotton, grain and produce. Tel., \Y. U.. 
Exp., Am. Telephone connections. Jef- 
ferson D. Bell, postmaster. 
Albrecht W & Co (W Albrecht. E D 

E'ozeman), cotton brokers. 
Mien J M, cotton, coal and grain. 



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BARSTOW COMMISSION CO (T I, Vat- Allen , , S J? n , t( !"', lawyer. 



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propr. 
BARSTOW IRRIGATION CO, Edward 

Hidden Pres. John Wilson Vice-Pres, 

Charles H Letfingwell Sec-Treas. 
Barstow Title Co (J E Starley, R L 

Murphy), abstracts. 
Black Claude, livery. 

Black Preston A, hardware and fur- 
niture. 
Black Taylor, drugs. 
Brady Edward, grocer. 
Cannon Bros (Rector and Arthur), 

meats. 
Cantrell H C, sheriff and tax collector. 
Carson Burch, county judge and supt 

of schools ( ex-otlicio). 
Carson W C Mrs. livestock. 
Citizens' State Bank The (capital $20.- 

000), G W Dyer pres. W D Cowan vice- 

pres, Charles E Nichols cashr. 
Crawford T J, livestock. 
FIDELITY VND DEPOSIT CO OF 

MARVXAND, W H McCullough Agt. 
Gardner Calvin D. grocer. 
Gunn Robert D, clothing. 
Hillside Land and Irrigation Co, E A 

Letfingwell pres, John Wilson vict 

pres, Charles H Leflingwell sec-treas 
Houghton Charles M. livestock. 
Irvine W E, livestock. 
Key Jesse, blacksmith. 
Lane Preston G, county assessor. 
Loop Land and Irrigation Co, Edward 

Hidden pres, John Wilson vice-pres. 

Charles H LeHingwell sec-treas. 
McGinty W H, livestock. 
McKnight A L, livestock. 
Maniuette Hotel, Mrs Ida F Burton 

propr. 
Mavhugh T, phvsician 
MILLER ED AND JIM, Agricultural 

Implements. Corn and Hay, Growers 

of Alfalfa Seed and Hay. 
MILLER JOHN, Dealer In Alfalfa Seed 

and Hay. 
Nunez Macaro F, dry goods and grocer. 
Patrick Thomas L, cotton gin. 
Pecos Valley Land and Irrigation Co. 
E P Nelson pros, John Wilson vice- 
pres, Charles H Letfingwell sec-treas. 
Prultt Lumber Co (Pecos), J H Miller 

mngr. 
Ramsey James D, editor West Texas 

Journal. 
Reinhardt Marvin, real estate and feed 



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Cox W E, city treas. 

Denton Theophilus (Denton Tex). Ed 

Bolding mngr, lumber and coal. 
DSl.t.AKD .1 V, Blacksmith and Wood- 
work and General Repair Shop: Oldest 

Shop in Town; Blacksmith Coal For 

Sale. 
Dillard W W & Son, blacksmiths. 
Doering Frank, garage. 
Duncan Hardware Co (Allan and Allan 

Duncan jr). hardware and furniture. 
Ellis J B, liverv and wood. 
FELTOJi A. I'OYXOH I A J Felton. R F 

Poynor), Real Estate and Insurance. 
First National Bank (capital $100.0001. 

J L Bailey pres. Chas C Cailey cashr. 
Flick Ed. general contr. 
FLICK K.VKI. J. General Contractor aud 

Builder. (See adv opp.) 
Fox Ota. garage. 
Frederick W H & Co (W H Frederick, 

W E Franz), meats. 
Frederick & Co, cotton gin. 
GARRETT' A M, Mngr linrtlett Steam 

Laundry. 
Gersbach-Wacker Co (capital $10,000), 

A Gersbach jr pies, Her Wacker sec. 

John Wacker treas, general store and 



AU3IUK (<mihi;mu^ i \; (r \i rat- ', , 3 T , 1 , \ T t . 11 .joiiii \v aciter u eas, general store ana 

rick, T F Moore), Wholesale Dealers Arnold Hotel, Mrs Lucy Arnold propr. cotton. 

in Alfalfa. Alfalfa Seed, Cotton and gar low E E, b lacKsm It n ,..,.„,-„ Hardin E L, cotton gin. 

Cotton Seed. BARTLETT HOI r L I N G WORIvS, Hardin K L E i ec tric Light Plant (E L 
arstow Electric Co, John D Shipman J.V,'' ; ? ka , B "> s l >r °P'?. Bottlers and H ardin). 



Wholesale Beer and Ice. 
Bartlett Brass Band. 
Bartlett Chamber of Commerce, J D 

Slawson sec. 
Eartlett City Water Works (municipal), 

J E Condra supt. 
Bartlett Compress Co, D T Pet kins 

mngr. 
Bartlett Hardware Co (T W Talbot), 

hardware and furniture. 
Bartlett Land Co (Robert Rowntree. W 

G Smith, R N Sexton). 
Bartlett Mercantile Co (capital 510.000), 
F A Limmer pres, G A Lindemann sec. 

Bartlett National Bank (capital $70,000), 
Mrs Mary A Bartlett pres, T B Ben- 
son cashr. 

Bartlett Oil Mill Co, H Wunderlich 
mngr, cold storage and ice. 

BARTLETT PLANING MILL, W A Hatch 
Propr, Mill \S r ork of All Kinds, Tel 
137. 

Bartlett Sewer Co (inc), Stanton Allen 
pres, J Dodt sec and treas. 

BARTLETT STATE HANK (Capita! 
$50,000), Jacob Isaac Pres, G A Linde 
man Vice-Prcs, J T Stewart Cashr. 

BARTLETT STEAM LAUNDRY (A M 
Garrett, R L Courtney. J G Fagg) 
We Wash Everything and Satisfaction 
Must Be Yours. 

Bartlett Tribune (weekly), R F Catcs 
publr. 

BARTLETT WESTERN RAILWAY, JW 
Jackson Pres, J L Bailey and J D 
Jackson Vice-Pres, W W Walton 
C C Bailey Treas, II A Briehan Gen 
Mngr, E J Fitzgerald Auditor. 

Beckman A, physician. 

Bell Jefferson D, postmaster. 

Benson C W, physician. 

Blair & Breeding (H T Blair. G N Breed- 
ing), plumbers and tinners. 

Bridges Bros (Joseph, Samuel and Eni- 
tnett), meats ami live stock. 

Bridges & Bro (James 11 and Emzy T), 
live stock. 

Burleson B B. dentist. 

fates R F, publr Bartlett Tribune. 

Chandoin Fred T, restaurant. 

Clark Street Theatre, A E Flintger propr 

Commercial Hotel, Mrs L D Kincannon 



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Hardwick E A, notions. 

Harlan & Blair (W J Harlan. C M Blair), 

physicians. 
HATCH W A, l'ropr Ilartlctt Planing 

Mill. 
Heinsohn C J. lumber. 

Heinsohn Edward, urv goods and grocer. 
Hempel & Whitlow (George Hempel. W 

G Whitlow), jewelers. 
Hicks Joseph H, vet surgeon. 
Izard J M, wagon yard. 
Jacks A L, furniture. 
Jackson M A, restaurant. 
Jenkins & Son (H A W and Wm), live 

stock. 
Johnson Dave, contractor. 
Johnson L C, r r and exp agt. 
Joyce C, blacksmith. 

J li KECK A linos (Joseph , Louis and 
Peter), Proprs Bartlett Bottling Works. 
Jurecka's Band. John .lurecka leader. 
Kelley E F, mayor. 

Koepke-Brown Co (capital $15,700), C C 
Bailey pres, J E Brown sec. general 
store. 
Kollman B, real estate. 
LAUGHLIN JAMES (. Insurance, Ileal 
Estate, Loans and Rental Agent. In- 
terests of Non-Resident Property Own- 
ers Will Receive Careful Attention. 
LAWRENCE liHOTHERS (Ed, Will and 
John), Dry Goods, Grocery and Bak- 
ery. Wholesale Grain Dealers and 
Produce. 
Eeatherman Drug Co (D K. Leatherman 

Byron Y Daniel). 
Leslie F" II, dry goods and clothing. 
Lindsay Bros (John L and Henry J). 

liverv. 
LOMBARD PIANO CO iGnlmutirir. III). 
F G Zimmerman Agt. Sweetest and 
Rest Toned Piano on the Market. Han- 
dled Direct From the Factory. Guar- 
anteed for 2." Years. Price Reasonable, 
Give Mc a Trial. 
Lopez Ygnasio, restaurant. 
McCormick & Son (Wm J and II Len). 

notions. 
McKcnzie Pros (Daniel and Tom), meats, 
MeKenzie B D. grocer. 
McKenzie It 1 >, restaurant. 
Magnolia Petroleum Co. J P. Ellis agl 
Martinets Charles, photographer. 
Melssner C L Mrs. poultry breeder. 



Condra "& Blair (J E Condra, J D Blair), ^Montgomery W E, poultry breeder, 
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retail trade $5,000,000 and its general 

agriculture nearly , $1,000,000. Banking 
facilities are afforded by the American 
National L*ank. the First National Bank, 
the Gulf National Bank and the Texas 
Bank and Trust Co. The city has 8 fine 
brick schoolhouses for whites, with ade- 
quate facilities for the education of the 
colored population and numerous fine 
churches of the leading religious de- 
nominations. Its citizens are wide 
awake and progressive and have ad- 
vanced their city three-fold in a dozen 
years. It is surrounded by a fine agri- 
cultural country which is just develop- 
ing and offers many opportunities to all 
kinds of endeavor. Along the gulf coast 
from the Sabine river westward is a 
section known as the rain belt of Texas. 
a section where drouths are unknown 
and farming a practical certainty. 
Beaumont lies in the heart of this sec- 
tion, . while through its railroads it is 
the natural center of the empire of East 
Texas, the seat of the great lumber 
industry and the section to which is 
coming a great agricultural evolution 
as the pine forests are converted in the 
saw mills. The climate and surround- 
ings of Beaumont make of it a great 
summer and winter resort. Its location 
makes of it the center of commerce and 
trade and its industries and commercial 
houses are growing in number and pow- 
er with each year. It commands rail 
and water rates equal to those of any 
city in the state and offers facilities 
for business found in but few cities. 
The annual postal business of the city 
is $85,000, the bank deposits are over 
$7,000,000 and the bank clearings 532, 
000,000. Beaumont is the center of the 
rice belt of Texas and Louisiana and 
has three of the largest rice mills in 
the world. This is the location of the 
famous Spindle Top oil fields, has three 
of the largest oil refineries in the coun- 
try and pipe lines from the Oklahoma 
Caddo and all southwest oil fields. Has 
15 miles of electric street railway, an 
interurban under construction to con- 
nect with Port Arthur, a system of shell 
surfaced roads radiating to all parts of 
the county, and more automobiles than 
any other city of similar size in the 
south. Has 2 daily newspapers, one of 
the most substantial commercial organ- 
izations in the country and is one of the 
healthiest cities in Texas. Tel.. W. I.".. 
Exp., U. S. and W. F. it Co. Local and 
long distance telephone facilities. 
Charles II. Bone, postmaster. 
Abbert Louis, grocer 640 Forsyth. 
Abdalla Joseph, cenfr 066 Crockett. 
AIIKMIAX I .1 * CO, Saddlery and Har- 
ness, Carriage and Auto Trimming 
Auto Tops Made to Order and Re- 
paired 270 Fannin. 
Ahood John, confr 732 Pearl. 
Abrams Isaac, clothing 493 Crockett. 
Acorn Oil Co, Milton Guiterman pres, 

503 Kvle Theatre bldg. 

Adams E & Co (Eltsha Adams. Julius R 

Jacobs), undertakers 595 Washington. 

Adams-Johnson Grocery Co (Inc). W C 

Johnson pres, J A Johnson sec and 

treas, ne cor Orleans and Bowie. 

Adams Melvin G, lawyer 406 Perlstein 

bldg. 
Adams S L & Co, 9 L Adams pros, E H 
Granger sec and treas, grocers 342 
Fannin. 
AETNA WALL PAPER CO (INC), .Limes 
H Henderson Pres and Mngr. Wall 
Paper, Picture Frame Supplies, Paints 
and Oils 518 Orleans. 
Ainsworth Charles H, furniture and 

real estate 7C8 Crockett. 
Alamo Cafe (L II Phelan, J M Ligon), 

restaurant 275 Pearl. 
Albright Bros (Samuel B and Arthur E), 

clothing 153 Orleans. 
Alexander Hugh B, tailor 608 Crockett. 
Allen Duncan P, baker 223 Bowl.-. 
Allred Joseph B, furniture 410 Tevis. 
American National Bank (capital $100,- 
000), B R Norvell pres, Charles H 
Stroeck cash, se cor Pearl and Bowie. 
American National Ins Co (Galveston), 
T E Dilworth supt, 215 Alexander 
bldg. 



American Printing Co (capital $25,000), 
H C Wiess tires, H B Funchess vice- 
pres and mngr. 229 Bowie. 

American Shop The (C J Chevalier. F F 
Pipkin), tailors 659 Pearl. 

American Woolen Mills Co, Jack 
Schwartz mngr. tailors 312 Orleans. 

Amiel Marie Mrs, clothes cleaner 664 
Crockett. 

Anderson George D, lawyer 315 Keith 

bldg. 
VXDHIS-PARIC GROCER CO (INC), 11 
R Norvell Pres, T H Langham Vice- 
Prcs. Tom Andrus Treas and Mngr, 
Wholesale and Retail Grocers, Orleans 
cor Liberty, Phones Old 851-850-850. 
New 110. 

Angelo & Co (Gus Angelo. M A Mah- 
fouz), grocers 1209 Gladys av. 

Annex Oil Co. M Guiterman mngr, 304 
Kyle Theatre bldg, 

VPPLBGATE II I> * CO (Henry D Ap- 
plegate. Hugh 13 Martin), Contractors 
and Builders 5 and 6 Gordon Bldg. 

Aquilina Tony, grocer 1895 Laurel av. 

Arena Charles, grocer ws Highland av 
3 blks s of Latonia. 

Arispe Andreas, tailor 264 Bowie. 

Armour & Co, M J Amsler mngr, whole- 
sale meats 1065 Laurel av. 

Arrm George M F. ins 760 Neohes. 

Astor Anthony, grocer 813 Poplar. 

Atlantic Loan and Discount Co. Mrs 
Lulu M Payne mngr. 704 1 2 Pearl. 

Atlancic Rice Mills Co, W M Carroll pres. 
O F Corley sec and treas. 1003 Main. 

Aubey Joseph C, grocer 1098 Sabine Pass 
av. 

Avery Co, Edmund F Hannor mngr, 
agricultural implements cor Gulf and 
Laurel av. 

Avratin Max. clothing 460 Orleans. 

Axelson Charles J. florist 806 Spruce av. 

Babcock John \V, physician 1215 X Park. 

RABIN A DECK (AukukI Hnbln. Joneph 
C Beck), Architects and Superin- 
tendents, 15-17 Blanchette Est Bldg. 

Bailey Allen A, physician 310% Crockett. 

Bailev Vincent H. grocer Potts Addition. 

Baird Wm C, physician 12 V Blanchette 
bldg. 

Balcar Frank R, well driller 694 Wash- 
ington. 

Etanasawitz Marion T, physician 340 
Alexander bldg. 

Barr Henry A, physician 605 Perlstein 
bldg. 

BARRY flROS (Ino 1000), CMImore R 
Nogueira Mngr, Merchandise and 
Produce Brokers 207 Alexander Bldg, 
Both Phones 613. 

Barry & Bulges (H P Barry. W H 
Burges). lawyers 15 Starke bldg. 

Basil Jacob, fruit 790 Pearl. 

I1ATEN' THOMAS J, A ttorney-at-I.n vr 
28-29 Gilbert E'ldg. 

BEACH ELECTRIC CO, Lucerne W 
Beach Propr, Electrical Contractors, 
Dynamo, Motor and' Fan Repairing 
and Rewinding, Special Attention 
Given to Elevator Work, 730 Liberty 
av. 

Beach Lucerne W, propr Beach Electric 
Co, 730 Liberty av. 

Beaumert Co-operative Oil Land Devel- 
opment Co, H C Beaumert pres, H D 
Beaumert sec, 431 Keith bldg. 

Beaumont Bakery Co (Wm Schnick), 
580 Pearl. 

Beaumont Boiler and Sheet Iron Works 
(Jack T and Otho S Plummer), 264 
Cypress. 

Beaumont Box Mnfg Co (Samuel J 
Smith), se cor Cedar and 4th. 

Beaumont Building and Loan Co The 
(capital $300,000), Leon U Levy Pres, 
Guy W Yunker Vice-Pres. J S Ed- 
wards Sec and Treas, 359 Bowie. 

BEAl'MONT CARRIAGE AND IMPLE- 
MENT CO, George W Armstrong Pres, 
Jake Giles Vice-Pros. H G Nelms Sec 
and Mngr, Wholesale and Retail Agri- 
cultural Implements 252-260 Fannin. 

BEAUMONT CHAMBER OK COM- 
MERCE, J J Nathan Pres, II A Perl- 
stein 1st Vice-Pres, Wm Saenger 2d 
Vice-Pres, E J Emerson 3d Vice-Pres. 
Frank Alvev Treas, T W Larkin Genl 
Sec. H 9 L'Hommedieu Traffic Mnirr. 
A R Kreichbaum Publicity Sec. George 
A Smith Agricultural Commissioner. 
5th floor Perlstein Bldg. 



BEAUMONT COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO 

Till'., Charles V Rainwater Pres, Wm 

L Walker Sec and Treas. Bottlers of 
High Grade Soda Waters. Phone Old 
451, 901 Pearl cor College. 

Beaumont Cold Storage Co (Inc), E D 
Stedman pits, J C Stedman sec and 
treas. 254 Pine. 

Beaumont Conservatory of Music (Mrs 
Elsie Tiedemann), 581 Magnolia. 

Beaumont Cotton Oil Co. J E Carroll 
pres. F W Maddin sec. L F Gilbert 
treas. G C & S F Ry w of shops. 

BEAUMONT DAILY JOI RNAL THE, 
The Beaumont Journal Publishing Co 
Publrs, Published Every Week Day 
Afternoon and Sunday 'Morning, 232 
Fannin. 

Beaumont T>vy Goods and Notion Co 
(A t;new Waldman, Benjamin Blum), 
774 Liberty av. 

Beaumont Electric Co (H A Thompson. 
L E Lockhart), 963 Pearl. 

Beaumont Electric Light and Power Co, 
Edwin J Emerson general supt, 362 
Libertv av. 

BEAUMONT ENTERPRISE THE (Estab- 
lished 1880), James L Mapcs E'usiness 
Mngr. Wm P Hobby Editor and Gen- 
eral Mngr, Office in Beaumont, Orange 
and Port Arthur, 449-451 Mulberry 
(See page 151.) 

Beaumont Flora" Co (Mrs Elizabeth 
Weissinger), 361 Liberty. 

Beaumont Gas Light Co, Marshall T 
Walker mngr, 220 Pearl. 

Beaumont Gasoline Engine WtKrks 
(August Ohmslede, C J Peterson), 972 
Main. 

Beaumont Gin and Milling Co. L A Willi- 
ford mngr, ws Gulf nr Harrison. 

Beaumont Grocery Co (capital $25,000), 
W T Bright sec, 874 Pearl. 

Beaumont Gulf Fish Co (Mariano 
Aquilino, Joseph Collette), 501 For- 
syth. 

Beaumont Hardware Co (J T Booth, L 
E Ezell), 521 Pearl. 

Beaumont House, Alex Steiner propr, 
431-41 N Park. 

Beaumont lee. Light and Refrigerating 
Co (Inc), J C Ward pres, J C Ward jr 
sec, W S Davidson treas, 380 Tevis. 

Beaumont improvement Co (capital 
$100,000), Leon R Levy pres, Guy W 
Yunker sec, Frank Alvey Treas, loans, 
363 Bowie. 

Beaumont Investment Co (Inc), W T 
Jav pres. C M Ives sec, 201 V Wiess 
bldg. 

BEAUMONT IKON WORKS CO (INC), 
Charles L Wallis Pres, Lee J Black 
Mngr, Charles T Will Supt, General 
Repairing, Large Forgings and Heavy 
Castings. Crockett cor Ave A. (See 
page 151.) 

Beaumont Irrigating Co, I R Bordages 
pres, 3 03 Kvle Theatre bldg. 

BEAUMONT JOI RNAL PUBLISHING 
CO TIIP), Charles L Shless Pres and 
Genl Mngr, Publishers The Beaumont 
Dailv Journal. 232 Fannin. 

BEAUMONT LAUNDR1 CO (IneV, Will 
P Shepherd Pres and Genl Mngr, G 
H Shepherd Sec and Treas, 725-7 15 
Libertv av. Phones 11. 

Beaumont Loan Co (capital $10,000), E 
C Cherry pres, Sirs Lena Cherry vice- 
pres, F C Badger sec and treas, pawn- 
brokers 339 Bowie. 

Beaumont Lumber Co (Inc). W A Priddie 
pres, J F Keith vice-pres, W W Wal- 
lace sec, H C Wiess treas, 432-41 Keith 
bldg. 

Beaumont Market Co (Louis Amalmo, 
Nicholas and Joseph Debes, Chris An- 
gelo), grocers 199 Pearl. 

BEAUMONT MOTOR (Alt CO, .1 (; Mintcr 
Propr, Garage, Automobiles and Acces- 
sories, cor Mulberry and Walnut. (Sec 
page 15 2.) 

Beaumont Optical Co (capital $1,000). L 
E Nev pres, H A Philipson sec and 
treas. 330 Pearl. 

Beaumont Rice Exchange, J Bain Price 
mngr, 106 Threadneedle bldg. 

Beaumont Uice Mills, Joe E Broussard 
mngr, sw cor South and 2d. 

Beaumont Seed Co (llarley E Furry). 
259 Crockett. 

Beaumont Shingle & Lumber Co due), 
W C Gray pres and treas. B F Cham- 
bers sec. ne cor Piio' and Concord rd. 



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Beaumont Sign Co (J G Burton). 653 Brous 

Pearl. av. 

Beaumont Telephone Co tine). C W Em- 

mer mngr, 3d floor Keith bldg. 
Beaumont Traction Co. E J Emerson 

genl supt. 362 Liberty av. 
Beaumont Transfer Co (capital $8,000), 
W A Langham pres and treas. A D 
Langham vice-pres, S W Linville see, 
210 Pearl. 
Beaumont Water "Works Co (Tnc). W S 
Davidson vice-pres, D G Moore see and 
treas, 3516 Tevis. 
Beaumont Well Works Co (Inc). C II 
Smith pies. A I., Eastham sec, se cor 
Laurel and Magnolia. 
Beaumont & Saratoga Ti»nsportation Co. 

.1 P Keith mngr. 4 J . 2 Keith bldg. 
Bell Commission Co (G C Prutzman), 

whol fruits, 217 Fannin. 
Bell Lynn 13, grocer Guffey. 
Benckenstein Leonard 1!, oil producer 303 

Perlstein bldg. 
Benedetto John D, grocer S95 Highland 

ay. 
Bennett B P. cashr Texas Bank & Trust 

Co cor Pearl and Bonham. 
Berger Toby Mrs. eonfy nw cor Orleans 

and Fannin. 
Bermuda Land & Live Stock Co (Inc), 
W B Dunlap pres. H 1) Keith sec and 
treas, 4-12 V Wiess bldg. 
Bernard Lon A Co (F K Callahan), whol 
liquors se cor Crockett and Orleans. 
Bettis Mnfg Co (Inc), W D Bettis vice- 
pres. C H Stroeck sec and treas, plan- 
ing mill C10 Railroad. 
Beverly ilattie, restr 1507 Collier's Ferrv 

I'oad. 
Bevil & Quinn (F R Bevil, B K Quinn). 

real estate 32 Temperance bldg. 
Bigham R Edgar, real estate 2 Starke 

bldg. 
Biraneo Joseph, grocer 592 Forsvth. 
BLACK LEE J, Mngr lleuumout Iron 

Works Co. Crockett cor Ave A. 
Blackburn J F jr. propr Blackburn Motor 
Sales Co 965-967 Pearl. 
J IU.ACKTU IIV MOTOR SALES CO, J P 
Blackburn Jr Propr, Automobile Acces 
sories, Supplies and Repairs. Agent 
for the Ford S fi 5 - :* fi 7 Pearl 
BLAIX A; KOWTH <W R Ulnln. C W 
llowth). Attorneys at Law Suite 406 
7-S-9 Perlstein Bldg. 
Blanchette Clyde X, real estate 9 V Blan 

cliette bldg. 
Blanchette Hardy S, hay 908 Orleans. 
i Blanchette Lloyd M, real estate 8 N 
Blanchette bldg. 
Blanchette Savina. real estate 1032 Mc- 

Faddin av. 
Blanchette Theodore T, meats 2340 Rail- 
road av. 
Blanda Samuel, grocer 1091 Catalpa av 
Blanton Willis G, men's furnishings 543 

Pearl. 
Blewett Wm J. physician 888 Pearl. 
Block Bros (Isadore and Lewis), Jew- 
elers 567 Pearl. 
Bokenfohr & Monahan (Jac Bokenfohr, 
Wm F Monahan), whol fruits T & N O 
Ky bet Pearl and Main. 
Bond Jesse, cigar mnfr 1415 Cottonwood 

avenue. 
Bone Charles R. postmaster Pearl cor 

Liberty av. 
Bonnemaison Dominique, grocer 1308 

A ve B. 
Bonner Oil Co, John T Calbert mngr 

101 College. 
Booth J Thomas, tinner 11 Janes 
Bordages Ethel A, stenog 382 Crockett. 
Borgotla Joseph, confr 450 Bowie. 
Rosbv Ernest X, grocer 165 W Buford. 
Bradley Arthur C, tailor 957 Jefferson. 
Bratllej Edward L. oil producer 209 

Alexander bldg". 
Brazos Valley Horse & Mule Co, O E 

Du Bose mngr. 110 Cypress. 
Biewer Henrj W, chiropodist Crosby 

House. 
Brewer Wiley F. wood Madison cor Holly. 
Bridewell ('barbs F, aceountant 24 Gil- 
bert bldg. 
BROCK A 1,1.11-; it, Loans and Discount* 
1-3-5 V Wiess Bldg. Both Phones 130 
Brogdon George, grocer sw cor Bead 

av and Ewing, 
Broocks John II, lawyer 366 Alexander 

bldg. 
BROOKS WOODFORD A. Dentist 11-12 
X Blanehette Bldg. 



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IIKOl SSARD. LITTLE ,fc CO (IMC), A 

Broussard Pies. .1 V Taylor See-Mngr. 
Undertakers and" Embnlmers, Ambu- 
lance Service Dav or Xight, 434 Fannin. 
Both Tels 91. 
Broussard & Aubrey (A E Broussard. 
Victor Aubrey), insurance 210 Keith 
bldg. 
Bronn Fig Co. Thomas Brown pres, 720 

Pearl. 

BROWX GEORGE AV. l..-.-,-r,il A«t 

MeShane Lumber Co. Vice-Pres Creigh- 

ton-McShane Oil Co, 32-33 Gilbert 

Bldg. Tel Old 7 7 0. 

Brown Leon, clothes clnr 1220 Magnolia. 

Brown Xews & Hotel Co, E A Hensel 

mngr, restr T &■ X O depot. 
Brown Ralph L. ins and loans 720 Pearl. 
Brown Realty Co, Thomas Brown mngr, 

720 Pearl. 
Brown Supply Co (H G Brown), bklg 

material, cor Laurel and Magnolia. 
Bruce Andrew- J. photog 319 Orleans. 
Bryan Singleton & Co (Singleton Bryan), 
real estate and ins 352 Alexander bldg. 
Bryan Tailoring Co (.1 1> and T 1; Bryan). 

544 Pearl. 
HIIVA.VT « I.AXDIH (Charles E Itrynul. 
Ras Landry), Real Estate and Live 
Stock 23-2! Perlstein Bldg. 
Bumpas Clarence C, deputy elk U S Disl 

Court P O bldg. 
Burge Melzo, bowling alley 256 Crockett. 
Burges Ellis G. drugs 54s Crockett. 
Burgess Roger L, asst county atty Court 

House. 
Burk Alfred T. baker 324 Archie av. 
Burrell Will, livery 693 Main. 
Burton Wm J, real estate 348 Alexander 

bldg. 

Caffall Carriage Co The (capital 520,000), 

H J Hollidav pres, C A Lord vice-pres. 

J o Og'den sec, D M Caffall treas and 

mngr. implements SI I Pearl. 

Cailloquette Frank, grocer 1304 Orleans. 

Calhoun A Ludlow, city attorney City 

Hall. 
Calhoun Benjamin F, phys 502% 
Cammack Charles 15. mngr Fast 

Bottling "Works. 600 Forsvth. 
Campbell Jeff 1 >. lawyer 522 V 

bldg. 
Candv Factory Co (Andrew and Staviop- 

los). 750 Orleans. 
Capo Samuel, grocer 1066 Irving av. 
Carabino John, shoeshiner 584 T'earl 
Carlton, Townes & Townos (L A Carl- 
ton, E W and E E Townes, John 
Brouchton. R E Hardwicke), lawy 
5th floor V Wiess bldg. 
Carney Burrel IJ, cement contractor 330 

Allen. 
Carroll George VV, timber lands 3 3-J 

Bowie. 
Carroll Rufus W. dentist 21 Gilbert bldg. 
Carter & Son (Nelson A and Xelson S), 

gunsmiths 716 Liberty av. 
Casas Sylvester, restaurant 4S6 X Park. 
Cascio Tony, grocer 893 Irving av. 
Castanie, llaynes & Brinson (R J Ca.s- 
tanie, Frank llaynes, J M Brinson), 
garage, 257 Wa'l. 
Caston & Reed (Alva G Caston, Smith W 

Reed), livery 601 Main 
Castro Noon, restaurant 846 Me Laurel. 
Caswell-Preston Drug Co (capital 
£100.000), G W Caswell pres, C L Wal- 
lis vice-pres. X H Cook jr sec, James 
S Edwards treas, 502 Pearl. 
Century Wagon Co (Inc), G Kleinknecht 
pres and mngr, sw cor Hickory and 
Travis. 
Chaison Jef Townsite Co, Charles J 

Chaison mngr, 26 Gilbert bldg. 
Chambers Hardware Co (Inc), C R Cham- 
bers pres, C H Chambers vice-pres, H 
T Fuller sec and treas. 54 8 Pearl. 
Charlie Frank, grocer 1405 Concord rd. 
Charlton Charles B, dentist 713 Park. 
(Jhenella Frank C grocer 19 1 W Buford. 
Chester Frank, grocer 1200 X Park. 
Chilton George, referee in bankruptcy 11 

Starke bldg. 
Chimino Carinelo. grocer 294 Sherman. 
Chimino Rosf, grocer 1395 Crockett. 
CHRISTOPHER M\F<; .V LUMBER CO 
Hue), W M Clapp Vice-Pres and Mngr. 
J D Birdwell See anil Treas. Mnfrs 
Sash, Doors. Blinds and General Mill 
Work, cor North and Gulf. (See pap 
153.). 



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Church Sena Mrs, kodaks 314 Kvle 

Theatre bldg. 
Clay Oscar, blacksmith 530 College. 
Clest J A. poultry breeder. 
Coast Land Investment Co, R C Davam 
pres. J H Raebl'ord sec, H II Kaoh- 
foril treas. 948 Pearl. 
Coast Land & Townsite Co. J H Rach- 

ford mngr, 948 Pearl, 
Cobb Carmott A. phys 310V4 Crockett. 
Coco Joseph, grocer 229 E Buford. 
Coffee Ray L. real estate 222 Keith bldg. 
Colle.v Adrian, grading contractor Ector 

cor Lavaca. 
Collins Vinson A, lawyer 27 Temper- 
ance bldg. 
Conley John M, judge District Court 

Court House. 
Constanza Antonio, confectioner 1296 

Magnolia. 
Consumers' Ice and Coal Co (Inc). G W 
Newman pres, C L Smith vice-pres, LM 
Josey treas. M W Madison see. nw 
cor Pine and Long .a v. 
Cooke & Xelson (John H Coo",;.-. G T 
Xelson). boat builders river front nr 
Elizabeth. 
Cooler Frank M. watchmaker 566 Crock- 
ett. 
Cornish Bros & Wilks (James. Ralph, 
F J and John Cornish, Herbert Wilks), 
sawmill 1 mile e of Collier's Ferry id 
n of Plum. 
Coufal Joseph J. restaurant cor Trin- 
ity and Washington. 
Cox' Lavette, dentist 205 V Wiess bldg. 
CREIGHTOX-McSH VNK OIL CO (IXC), 
John A MeShane Pres. George W 
Brown Vice-Pres. E L MeShane Sec 
and Treas, Oil Producers 32-33 Gil- 
bert Bldg. Tel old 776. 
Crescent Hotel. Mrs X'ellie Calloway 

propr, 708 V-2 Orleans. 
(HOOK, LORD, LVWIIOV * M'.V (Wm 
M Crook, Charles A Lord. Isaac W 
Lawhon, Leo 10 N'ev). Attorneys-at- 
Lav 16-20 Gilbert Bblg, Both Phones 
1049. 
Crosby House, Hageman-Kidd Hotel Co 

proprs, ne cor Crockett and Orleans. 
Cruse Judge B. physician and drugs 

1907 Grand av. 
Cruse Wm W, lawyer 11 Gilbert bldg. 
Crystal Theatre, J C Christopher propr. 

59 4 Pearl. 
Culver Robert L. second hand goods 792 

( irleans. 
Cunningham Wm W, physician %\0\-z 

Crockett. 
Curjel H & Co i Mobile. Ala), R W 
Deshon mngr. wholesale lumber 600 
Perlstein bldg. 
Daleo Frank, meats 718 Irving av. 
Dallas- Williams Furniture Co, G W Dal- 
las pres. Horace Williams sec and 
treas 648 Orleans. 
Dana Frank grocer 112 Gladys. 
Daniel Homer C. county supt schools 

Court House. 
Daniel! (Charles B and Leon F), civil 

engineers X Blanchette bldg. 
Danna Carmelo, grocer 823 E Buford. 
Danna Tony, grocer 707 Irving av. 
Daughei ty Archibald, propr Oil City 

I^rass Works, 761 Liberty. 
Davidson Securities Co The (capital 
S200.000). Frank Alvey pres. F M 
Law vice-pres and treas. Guv W 
Junker see, investments 363 Bowie. 
Davidson Wm 11, judge District Court 
Court House. 

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Davis Daniel W, 
Davis Fred K, 

Emmet a v. 
Davis Jonathan, 

Emmet av. 
Davis Metta, osteopath 213 V Wiess hid,:. 
I 'avis Samuel, grocer S64 Irvinsr av. 
Davltte K, eonfr 1040 Gladys. 
DE V M". STUDIO, .Icrvls C Drniip Propr, 

Makers of Portraits by Photography. 

Kodak Finishing a Specialty, 5."">'; 

Pearl. 
Debes Andrew, grocer 5C0 Forsyth. 
Debes John, grocer '.>'■'•'■ ("enter 
Debes & Farha (Mike Debes, i Wm 

Farha). grocers 1307 Laurel av. 
De Cordova Frank A. collections H- 

Main. 
Delaney John W. . furniture 702 Orleans 
liemas John, fruits 898 Orleans. 



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Deutser B Furniture Co tine), Bernard 
Deutser pres. Hilton J Deutser sec. 
T G Riggs treas. J02 Crockett. 

Do Villeneuve Albert, gunsmith 7C5 
Irving av. 

Dc Villeneuve Andrew 1-1. general 6tore 
815 Irving av. 

Dies Jack lawyer 2uS Alexander bids'. 

Diffenbacher Ernest E J, dentist S8S 
Pearl. 

DIMi: .SIGN CO. JoKCph 11 Tallmiui 
Propr, 6 43 Pearl. 

DOLLIKGEB JOHN BOILER txn 
SHEUT 1UOX WORKS, John Dollinger 
Jr Propr. Sheet Iron and Plate Work. 
Boiler Patching and Repairing a Spe- 
cialty 1045 Railroad av, Tels Old 1267, 
New 044. (Sec page 15.1.) 

doli.i.\gi-:k JOHN ,ra. Propr John Dol- 
linger Boiler and Sheet Iron Works 
1045 Railroad av. (See page 153.) 

Dorsey Henry, cleaner and presser 401 
Bowie. 

DOTY PItF.STO.V n, Yice-Pre» nnrt Cashr 
The Gulf National Bank, cor Pearl 
and Bowie. 

Doucette Albert B, civil engineer 2 Gil- 
bert bldg. 

Dougherty & Gordon (George P Dough- 
erty, Sol I; Gordon), lawyers 230 Perl- 
stem bldg. 

Douglas Jacob H, real estate 053 Wash- 
ington. 

Douglas Jesse F. grocer 695 Cartwright. 

Douzier Win S, clothes cleaner 380 S 
Park. 

DOW I.F.N PRINCK A, Attorni-y-at-Lai 
Notary public and Land Agent Boon 
1-2, 345 Pearl. Tels New 195. Old 4!<0 

DOYLE CHARLES I., ."-ale* Asreut Na- 
tional Cash Registers. 616 Pearl. 

DRELL CFL.\RI.ES 1„ Practical Plumber 
Repairing a Specialty 3H5 Main, Both 
Phones. 

DufT C T & F J. lawvers 312 Perlstein 
bldg. 

Duff & Coward (George A Duff. John G 
Coward), grocers 18S)7 Magnolia. 

Dl'FFIE MATTHEW S, Atturuej-nl-Laiv 
360 Alexander Bldg. 

D U N R fi A CO, "The Mercantile 
Agency." Charles; Moore Mngr, 419 
420 Perlstein Bldg (See bottom edg 
and left top lines). 

Dunlap Drug Co (lnc). Wm F Keith 
pres, 302 Crockett. 

Purden John 11. grocer 1125 Gladys av. 

Dutton Hotel. George M Coale propr 
495 Fannin. 

Dyas Levi, restaurant 796 N Polk. 

DHLS AMMtCAV \Y, Attoriiey-nt-Lnvi 
232-34 Alexander Bldg, Both Phones 
643 (See adv in Legal Blue Book 
Dept). 

Kasley Chester A. propr Seaport Lum 
ber and Wood Co 1592 Mci-'addin. 

Kason Leslie E, lawyer 114S Pearl. 

East Beaumont Oil and Gas Co. C A Bur 
ford mngr, 17 Perlstein Annex. 

East Priscilla, restaurant 951 Jefferson. 

EAST TEXAS BOTTLING WORKS. 
Charles 13 Cammack Mngr, Mnfrs of 
Soda Water and All Carbonated Bev- 
erages 600 Forsyth. Tel New 163. 

Easterling Eugene E. lawyer 371 Alex- 
ander bldg. 

EASTIIAM ED E, Sanitary Plumbing 

Steam and Gas Fitting. Bath Tubs 

Closets. Kitchen Sinks, Shower Baths 

Etc 356 Fannin. 

Electric Theatre, J C Clemmons propr, 

371 Pearl. 

Ellison John J, physician 888 Pearl. 
Emmer C W. poultry breeder. 
English James, blacksmith 773 College 
Enloe Hotel. II L Addison propr, 713 

Liberty a v. 
ENTERPRISE CO THE, Jamen L Ma pes 

Business Mngr, Publrs The Beaumont 

Enterprise 449-451 Mulberry (See 
page 151.) 
Evans John r. dentist 615 Perlstein bldg. 
Ezell Wm .). wood 1225 Main. 
Falkenhagen Henry P. brewers' agt 

Bonham nr Railroad av. 
Faraci Vincent, grocer 792 N Park. 
Farha Bros (John and I Wm), fruits 

372 Liberty. 

Farme'r Robert S, general contractor 

1096 Calder av. 
Farnie James, baker 820 College. 



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Fashion The tine). J E .lone 
treas, R C .Miller sec, lad 
to-wear 338 Crockett. 

Fecel George J. wholesale g 
Wiess Annex. 

Feinberg Max, clothing 444 Orleans. 

Feinberg Sam. clothing 458 Orleans. 

Feinberg Solomon, commission 815 Lib- 
erty av. 

FERCil SON EDWARD C, Physician ami 
geon 502 'i Pearl. 

Fertitta Anthony, grocer 1706 Calder av. 

Fertitta Samuel J, grocer 1105 Bach- 
ford. 

Fertitta V & Co (Vincenzo P Fertitta. 
Joseph Giardino), grocers 1377 Laurel 
av. 

FIDELITY AMI DEPOSIT CO OF 
MARYLAND. I D Roberts Agt 320 
Perlstein Bldg, Smelker & Maxson 
Agts 34 Gilbert Bldg. 

Finnegan John Co. Leon D Davidson 
mngr. hides 630 Pine. 

FIRST NATIONAL BANK (Capital S200,- 
000). John C Ward Pres, W S David- 
son Chairman of Board. W P H Mc- 
Faddin, V Wiess, John N Gilbert, Frank 
Alvey and W L Pondrom Vice-Prests. 
Francis M Law Cashr. S O Hampil 
Asst Cashr. 353 Pearl. 

FIRST TEX' IS STATE IXSIRVXCE CO 
OF GALVESTON, B O Peck Supt, Gen- 
eral Insurance 14 N Blanchette Bldg. 

Fisher Co The. Mrs E McCormack pres, 
V F Fisher vice-pres and mngr, 
Maurice Levison sec, clothing 373 
Pearl. 

Fitch Delois D. grocer 2110 Magnolia av 

Fleming Joe V. lawyer 208 Keith bldg 

Fletcher Alma E Mrs. artist 643 Pearl. 

Fletcher Clyde W. auto repairs cor Wal- 
nut and Mulberry. 

Fletcher Emmet A, mayor of Beaumont 
City Hall. 

Fletcher H D, coal cor Crockett and 
Rachford 

Fletcher Lee, clothes cleaner 448 For 
s> th. 

Floorshine Mnfg Co (Walter W Honea), 
sweeping compound rear 601 Pearl. 

Folan Daniel G & Co, D G Folan pres 
books 4 Y Wiess bldg. 

Fontana Joseph, grocer 418 Pine. 

Forchheime Hugo (New Orleans), A 
Milch mngr, wholesale lumber 545 
Keith bldg. 

Foster Samuel W, printer 269 Bowie. 

Frank John M. cigars lobby Gilbert and 
Perlstein bldgs. 

Frank & Bonura (John J Frank. Joe 
Bonura), restaurant 959 Jefferson av. 

Freeman Isaac H. furniture 854 Pearl. 

French Market The (capital $25,000). 
J S Blain pres, M B Riggs sec, D R 
Barry treas, grocers 624 Pearl. 

French Theodore A, meats 140 S Park. 

Frisco Lines, J B Roberts commercial 
act 382 Crockett. 

Fuller Edgar A. watchmaker 498 Pearl. 

Fuller E Tom, restaurant 574 Pearl. 

Galares Arthur, restaurant 446 Orieans. 

Ganes Wm. tailor 448 Forsyth. 

Garcia Mariano, grocer 1006 Crockett. 

Gardiana Guv, grocer 1010 Sabine Pass. 

Gardiner Frank, milliner 563 Pearl. 

Gardner Grafton, transfer rear 601 Pearl. 

Garmanis Bros (Charles and James), 
grocers 235 Pearl. 

Garner Chnuneey R. tinner 231 Fannin. 

Garrido Olegario, restaurant 06-6 Crock- 
ett. 

Garrison Henry, restaurant 467 Bowie. 

Garth James W, -physician 205 Kyle 
Theatie bldg. 

GATES HANDLE CO (lnc), James W 
Maxev Treas and Mngr, Mnfrs of Hick- 
ory Handles. Axe. Sledge. Maul. Cant 
Hook, Tool. Coal Pick, Grub Hoe. etc, 
4th cor Crockett. 

Geldard Frederick W. grocer 683 Leiper. 

Genaro ixiuis, grocer 1172 Crockett. 

Georgs C VV Mnfg Co (lnc). Junius 
Sampson sec and treas. planing mill 
cor Elizabeth and Travis. 

Geraci Giose. grocer 710 Forsyth. 

Giannios Mike, restaurant 4;i"> Crockett 

Giardina Stephen S, grocer 79G College 

Gibson Wm F. physician 502Y& Pearl 

Giglio Samuel, confr 598 Crockett. 

Gigliotta George, grocer 583 Irving av 





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Gilbert Co The (capital $50,000), John . 
X Gilbert pies. \v F Gilbert vice-pres. 
C H Chambers sec and treas, oil pro- | 
ducers 24 Gilbert bldg. 
Gilbert Wilbur C, rice planter I Gilbert h 

bldg. 
Giles Joseph L. dairy Highland av 4 blks k 

of Latonia. 
Giles W Jake, sheriff and well contractor i". 

urt House. 
Gillmore John .1. locksmith 943 Pearl. • < 
Girolamo Stephen I >, grocer Concord rd j 

'., mile w of Gulf. 
Jirolamo Tony D, grocer 2094 Magnolia j 
Gladys City oil. Gas ,it .Mnfg Co (lnc), i 
W Carroll pres, Chehault O'Brien i 
and treas. 546 Keith bid-;. 
Glober Herman, grocer 1104 Grand av. 
Glover Joseph, restaurant 913 Magnolia, 
(lober James M, physician 5 u 2 ' ^ Pearl. ■ 
Gober J Davis, physician 346 Alexander ) 

bldg. j 

GODSEY FRANK W, Propr Texas Aii- j 

stract Co of Beaumont. 2-3-8 Stark i 

Bldg. 
Golden Flow Oil & Gas Co. A Oswald I 

pns. A F Jatho sec, 9 V Blanchette I 

bldg. 
Goldstein Louis, physician 606 Perlstein ' 

bldg. 
Goodman Samuel E, drugs 1298 Magnolia, i 
Cordon Hytnan o. real estate Perlstein 

bldg. 
Gordon J S & Co (Jake S Gordon), grain. } 

svv cor South and Magnolia av. 
Gordon Wm I). lawyer 29 Gilbet t bldg. 
Gowling Hotel, P D Cowling prop!-, 419 

Orleans. 
Graffagaeno Gerafino, grocer 1496 Cable. 
Graffagnino Stephen, grocer Concord rd 

', mile w of Gulf. 
Graham Malcolm J, civil engineer 256 

Pearl. 
Gray Oil Co (capital $50,000), C L Smith 

pres, George W Newman vice-pres. S 

F McConnico sec, J K Smith treas, oil 

producers 401 Perlstein bldg. 
Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Co, W A 5, 

Owens mngr, 604 Pearl. 
Great Southern Life Ins Co. J Homer 

Gaddy and B F Quicksall agts, 320 V 

Wiess bldg. 
Greco Tony, grocer 295 E Buford. 
Greenberg R I, clothing sw cor Orleans 

and Crockett. 
Greenberg F & Co (F Greenberg, B Dorf- 

n), clothing 337 Bowie. 
Greenwood Wm G, boat bldr ft of Wall. 
Greer D Edward, attorney Gulf Pipe Line 

Co, ne cm Fannin and Orleans. 
Greer George C. lawyer 309 Perlstein 

bldg 
OltEEIL NALL «t BOWERS (Hubert A 

Greer, Ernest L Xall. Thornton If 

Bowers). Attorneys at Law 554-564 V 

Wiess bldg. 
Greeves W Bruce, machinery 36 Gilbert 

bldg. 
Griffin Paul IT. ins Temperance bldg. 
Grimes & Hurst (F H Grimes), drugs 

888 Pearl. 
Grist James K, men's furnishings 486 

Pearl. 
Gulf Boiler Works (Harry L Dickey, 

Ambrose Hcbert), se cor Cypress and 

Hickory. 
Gulf, Colorado & Santa Fe Ry, T M 

Gauntt city pass agt 380 Crockett, 

pass depot 609 Crockett. 
fillip" NATIONAL I1AXK THE (Capital 

$150,000, Surplus $150,000), W B Dun- 
lap Pres, T S Reed Yice-Pres, Tims H 

Langham Vice-Pres, P B Doty Yice- 
Pres and Cashr, .1 T Shelby ami P F{ 

Mahon Assc Cashrs, cor Pearl and 

Bowie. 
GT.LF PIPE LINE CO. F A Leovjr Vlce- 

Pres. cor Orleans and Fannin. 
Gulf Refining Co of Houston, Wm p 

Billingsley sales agt, nw cor Cwing 

and T & N O. 
Gulf & Interstate Ry Co of Texas. T M 

Gauntt citv pass agt 380 Crockett. 
Hackebeil August E, marble works 2n03 

Hageman-Kirtd Hotel Co (lnc), G W Kidd 
vice-pres, c, w Seibert sec, H I: No- 
vell treas, proprs Crosby House 276 

Crockett. 
Halboutv Tom. meats 7 7 Magnolia av. 

Hall Walter D, clothes cleaner 553 V4 

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Hall id ay Herbert J, oil producer 1512 S 
Park. 

Hamilton Hotel, J R Callaghan propr 
415 Orleans. 

Hammons P E, whol lumber 412 Perl- 
stein bid pr. 

Hander Frederick W, physician and 
drugs 2444 Railroad av. 

Haney Joseph, confr $50 Laurel av. 

Happy Hour Theatre, T H Eaker propr, 
46S Forsyth. 

Harding Clyde O, ins 208 Alexander bldg. 

Harlan Herbert D, physician 602 Perl- 
stein bldg. 

Harlan Peyton, brewers agt Bonham nr 
Railroad av. 

Harreus & West (F AV Harreus, J D 
West), rubber stamps 260 Bowie. 

Harris Hyman, furniture 445 Orleans. 

Harrison Atlas S, tailor 230 Bowie. 

KAU1USUX JAMBS A, Attorney at law 
5-6 Landry Bldg. 

HARVKf EARL J, Full nud Complete 
Line of Saddles and Harness 60S Pearl, 
Tels New 579 Old 163. 

Harvey Fred News Co, C R Singer mngr, 
4 41 Neches. 

Hearn John R, meats Concord rd % mile 
w of Gulf. 

Hebert Michau H, clothes cleaner 480 N 
Park. 

Hecht Wolf, jeweler 592 Pearl. 

Hedges Ice Cream Co, B W Kersten 
mngr, 947 Pearl. 

Hegele Wm G, cigars and nursery 475 
Pearl. 

Heisig Theodore, real estate 328 Keith 
bldg. 

HEISIG & XORVELl line), Paul A Hei- 
sig Pres, John N Gilbert Vice-Pres, 
Claiborn T Hansen Treas, David R 
Snorlgrass Sec, Wholesale Grocers and 
Importers 955 Pearl, Both Tels 395. 

Henderson James H, mngr Aetna Wall 
Paper Co 51$ Orleans. 

Henderson Rosa, restaurant 553 Forsyth. 

Henry Robert R B, ins 204 Keith bldg. 

Herman Asher, clothing 465 Crockett. 

Herrenkind Oscar C, architect and con- 
ti actor 886 Forrest. 

Hicks D J Book Store (Inc), D J Hicks 
pres and treas, O F Corley sec, 602 
Pearl. 

Higgins Oil & Fuel Co (Inc), F M Hutch- 
inson pres and genl mngr, L L Don- 
nelly sec, W S Davids in treas, 305 Kyle 
Theatre bldg. 

Hiehtower, Orgain & Butler (Louis B 
High tower jr. Wm E Orgain, Charles 
T Butler), lawyers 552 Wiess bldg. 

Hill Abner A, cigars 702 Liberty av. 

HILL A- COOPEH (Thomas \ Hill, S 11 
Cooper Jr), Attornevs at Law 3-4 Lan- 
dry Bldg. S W Phone 411. 

Hille Oscar J, grocer 764 College. 

Hilliard James O, grocer 2602 Magnolia. 

Himel Wm F, brewers agt, ne cor Long 
av and G C & S F Ry. 

Hinchee Martin L, oil producer 436 V 
Wiess bldg. 

HOnitV WM V, Editor and Genl Mngr 
The Beaumont Enterprise 440-451 Mul- 
berry. 

Hodges Ollic S, physician 502Vz Pearl. 

Hoffer Louis, confr 491 Crockett. 

Hoffman Frederick H, batter 24 5 Pearl. 

Hoffman Traugott H. tailor 245 Pearl. 

Hotioy James 1', drugs 702 Irving av. 

HOGAN'S TAILOR SHOP, James Hognn 
Propr, Cleaning. Pressing and Repair- 
ing, Ladies' Work a Specialty, 395 
Main. Both Phones 655. 

Holland James N, furn repr 792% N Park 



Holland Thomas A. photog 26$ ',i Paarl. 

Holland Wm 13, bill poster 269 Bowie. 

Hoist Wm C & Son (Wm C and Hiram 
II). grocers Port Arthur rd ■ 1 i mile s 
of Highland av. 

Home Building & Loan Co (Inc), H A 
Perlstein pres, R L Brown sec and 
treas, 720 Pearl. 

Hopson Charles, clothes cleaner 731 
Neches. 

Horkan J F Loan Co (John F Horkan). 
jeweler 457 Orleans. 

Horton Henry, grocer 590 Irving av. 

Hotel IDieu Hospital, in charge of Sis- 
ters of Charity, Riverside 1 block e of 
Sabine Pass av. 

Houston Packing Co. E S Pe Pew mngr 
wholesale meats 323 Tevis. 

Howard James, tailor 724 Irving av. 

Howe James, grocer 126S Gladys av. 

Hunter Mark L. restaurant 317 Pearl. 

Hunter Robert B. undertaker 1010 Gladys 

Hurvitz Max L. junk 1220 Bowie. 

Imperial Orchestra. 473 Bowie. 

Imperial Shoe Store (Inc), T R Hailey 
pres, R D Chastain sec and treas, 320 
Pearl. 

Imperial Theatre, J C Clemmons propr 
405 Pearl. 

Independent Oil and Gas Co, C L Smith 
pres, S F McConnico sec, 402 Perl- 
stein bldg. 

Industrial Era (weekly), Osby Kirk- 
wood publr, 760 Neches. 

IMM STRIA I, LUMBER CO, Newton H 
Wilson Pres. Robert M Hallowel] Vice- 
Pres and General Mngr, Irvinp A 
Fridge Sec and Treas. Lumber Mnfrs 
418 Perlstein Bldg. 

Ineeda Laundry (Inc), S G Burnett pres 
and treas, E C Marks sec, cor Main 
and Threadneedle Court. 

International Creosoting and Construc- 
tion Co of Galveston, A E Carland 
mngr, Pine nr Long av. 

Ippolito Tony, grocer 105 Shamrock av. 

Irby Johnson, real estate 111 Thread- 
needle bldg. 

Irby Richard E, real estate 1 Starke 
bldg. 

Isirillo Joseph, grocer 702 College. 

IVES CHARLES M, Real Entate. Lands, 
Loans and Insurance 201-203 V Wiess 
Bldg. (See page 152.) 

Jackson Hugh, lawyer 18 Perlstein An- 
nex. 

Jackson & Johnson (Mrs Agnes Jack- 
son, Bessie Johnson), restaurant 750 
Neches. 

JARKETTE A- STAFFORD (Leslie Jnr- 
rette, Herbert J Stafford), Insurance 
and Real Estate 9-10 Temperance 
Bldg. 

Jatho Armin F, lawyer 328 V Wiess 
bldg. 

Jefferson County Abstract Co (Inc), C 
R Reynolds sec and mngr, 345 Forsyth. 

Jefferson County Traction Co, E J Emer- 
son general supt. 262 Liberty av. 

Jefferson Hotel, C R Tolivar propr. 602 
Crockett. 

Jeffries J C Mrs. hairdresser 256 Pearl. 

Jensen Adolph. awnings 657 Pearl. 

John Abraham & Co (Abraham John, 
Alfred Amarmo), grocers 390 S Park. 

Johnson John S p , grocer Concord rd nr 
Plum av. 

Johnson Ogden, county tax assessor 
Court House. 

Johnson Sidney 51, lawyer 6 V Blanchette 
bldg. 

Jones J rickett, wholesale lumber 31 
Temperance bldg. 

Jones Minnie, artist 1448 Broadway. 

Jones Oliver P, furniture 1505 Gladys av. 

Joseph Charles, confr 846 Laurel av. 

JOSEV-MILLHR CO (J E Joxey, It C 
Miller), Wholesale Grain, Fannin. 
Rachford and Railroad avs. 

Junker <& Edwards (Guy W Junker. 
James S Edwards), real, estate and 
ins 35 9 Bowie. 

KAH:-. HENRY Cj Propr Texas Storage 
Co, 656 Neches. (See page 153.) 

Kanzlar Anton, blacksmith 917 N Park. 

Kassell Elias J, jeweler 379 Bowie. 

Kalaway Abraham, grocer cor Park and 
Emmet. 

KEITH SHOE CO (Hosiery Too), Jnnies 
L Keith Pres and Sec. 468 Pearl. 

KEITH VIRGIL L, Automobiles and Ac- 
cessories. Agent for the Cadillac Car. 
101-115 Pearl. 



Kentucky Hardware Co. S B Eddy mngr, 
Guti'ey. 

Kiatta Jacob, dry goods 241 W Ruford. 

Kiber Albert L. restaurant 274 Crockett. 

Kilpatrick Samuel J, restaurant 716 
Crockett. 

Kinard Harvey S. physician 301', Pearl. 

King Bros Mercantile (Wm H and Wool- 
wine W King), furniture 780 Liberty 
av. 

Klrby Lumber Co (Inc). A Leigh Har- 
ris mngr, mill and mnfg dept 601 Ann. 

K.MIM'EL CHARLES T. Propr Knlppel 
Hotel, ws Orleans 2d s of Crockett. 

KMl'I'EL HOTEL ($1,00 and Ipl, 
Charles T Knippel Propr, New and 
Up-to-Date Commercial Men's Hotel. 
ws Orleans 2d s of Crockett. Doth 
Phones 659. 

Koeotas John, restaurant 454 Orleans. 

Kojak Bros (Samuel ami Tewtic), gro- 
cers 80 1 Crockett. 

Kolter Bros (Wm J Kolter). jewelers 
326 Crockett. 

Kolts Minnie, artist 1146 N Park. 

Kress S H & Co (New York). George H 
Paul mngr. notions 591 Pearl. 

KRIMMEL PLUMBING AND HEATING 
CO, Emil C Krimmel Propr, 921 Lib- 
erty a v. 

Lacey Albert, clothes cleaner 1025 Gladys 

Lagana Pominick, grocer Anderson cor 
Vauchelot. 

Lake Arthur Dredging Co. Avery C Wil- 
kins vice-pres, Wintield S Str---: ter see 
and treas. John B Streeter supt. 441 
Wiess bldg. 

Lake Oil Co. Milton Guiterman mngr. 303 
Kyle Theatre bldg. 

LASH) TOM J, Printer. Wedding Invita- 
tions, Society Printing. Lumber and 
Oil Forms a Specialty. 239 Bowie. 

Lamonte Nicholas, grocer 106 E Buford. 

Lanfear Belle, grocer 907 Corley. 

Langham Thomas H, capitalist 359 Bowie. 

Lanier Junius F, lawyer 21 Temperance 
bldg. 

Laprelle Vincent, grocer 803 Leiper. 

La Rocca Victor, grocer 2203 Forrest 

Lavitc Joseph, grocer 1210 Concord rd. 

Lavor Joseph, grocer 345 Lincoln. 

Law Francis M, cashr First National 
Bank, 353 Pearl. 

Leach Bros (II C and E S), jewelers 493 
Pearl. 

Leben Ernest J. jeweler 601 Pearl. 

LEDERER SAMUEL, Wholesale Brok- 
erage, Accounts and Correspondence 
Solicited. Commission and Mnfrs 
Agency, 202 Alexander E'ldg. Phone 
New 127. 

Leicht George II, auto repr 205 Crockett. 

LEMEX JOHN I), Mngr oil Well Supply- 
Co of Pittsburgh, 241 Crockett. 

Leonora Oil Co (capital 54,500), L Cox 
pres. C A Cobb vice-pres, A L Downer 
sec and treas, 34 Temperance bldg. 

Lewin Henry A, phys 760 Neches. 

Lewis Littleton J, tailor 509 N Park. 

Lewis Philip, restr 444 N Park. 

Liberty Market Grocery Co (Abe Sacker, 
Charles Angelo). 1001 Libertv av. 

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I) Bacon Vice-Pres. O B Linn Sec and 
Treas; General Newspaper and Maga- 
zine Agents, News Service Bureau. 
Special Price on Club orders of Mag- 
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Magazine Agents. 
Exclusivk Aoents — The Houston P<^t, The 
Houston Chronicle. The Ladies Heme Journal. 
The Galveston - Da Mas Niks. The Saturday 
Evening Post. The Country Gentleman. 
Special Club Prices on Magazine*. 

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Lipscomb & Lipscomb (A D and S C) 
lawyers, 6 Temperance bldg. 

Lisottli Philip, grocer 911 Magnolia av 
Lloyd Gideon V Mrs. stenogr 334 Bowie 

Lloyd John, photogr 262 Crockett. 
Loeb Joseph M. cigars 367 Pearl. 

Loewenstein Jonas, confr 63 Pearl. 

London Woolen Mills, A H Daigle mngr 
tailors 551 Pearl. 

Long Bell Lumber Co The (Kansas City 
L L Chipman inner 43S Keith bide. 

LONGE JESSE E, Jobber of Tea, Coffee, 
Chocolate, Extracts. Spices, Baking 
Powders, Confectionery, Paper and 
Paper Bags, 216 Pearl; Both Phones 
713. 

Loreno Joseph, grocer 912 Irving av. 

Lowrv John M, real est 26 Gilbert bldg. 

McCall & Du Perier (John D McCall, Al- 
fred J Du Perier), lawyers, 356 Alex- 
' ander bldg. 

McCracken Wm M, transfer 407 Liberty 
avenue. 

McDowell & Ferguson (Edmund A Mc- 
Dowell, Forrest Ferguson), lawyers, 
411 Perlstein bldg. 

McFaddin-Wiess-Kyle Rice Milling Co 
(Inc), W 1' H McFaddin pres. L W 
Houk sec and treas, T & N O and G C 
& S F fiys. 

McKEE NOBVAL M. Renl Extate, In- 
vestments of All Kinds in Real Estate, 
210 Kyle Theatre Bldg. 

McKinley John YV", grocer 772 Orleans. 

McKinley J L, poultry breeder. 

McKinncv John, real est. Blcwett bldg. 

McKnight M A & Co (Matthew A Mc- 
Knight), contrs 25 Temperance bldg. 

McMahan Daniel N, grocer 707 Thread- 
needle. 

McQueen & Cornish (John McQueen. 
Frank J Cornish), dairy 2595 Laurel 
avenue. 

McSHANE LUMBER CO (IXC), John A 
McShane Pres, E L McShane Sec, 
George W Brown Genl Agt, Lumber 
Mnfrs and Wholesalers, Mills at Dear- 
born, Tex; General Offices Omaha; 32- 
33 Gilbert Bldg, Tel Old 776. 

Mabry Ernest D, phys 31014 Crockett. 

Mack Jamts O, employment agent 6 V 
Wiess Annex. 

Mackay Telegraph & Cable Co, W II 
Pippitt mngr, 325 Orleans. 

Magliola John cc Bro (John and Samuel), 
grocers 607 Washington. 

Magnolia Fig Co. C R Gibson mngr, 313 
Kyle Theatre bldg. 

Magnolia Hotel, John J. Frank propr, cor 
Jefferson and Washington. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co (Inc), John Sealy, 
Galveston, pres; E R Brown, Corsi- 
ca.ua, vice-pres; Courtenay Marshall 
sec; W C Procter, Corsieana, treas; e 
end Madison av, e of Holly, Forrest 
Moore agt, cor Ave B and Crockett. 

Mahail Stephen, confr 365 Sabine Pass av. 

Maida Peter H, grain 768 Orleans. 

Maida & Rinando (Joseph S Maida, Vin- 
cent Rinando), grocers 1310 Magnolia. 

Malett August, tailor S40 Irving av. 

Malley Joseph, grocer 199 E Buford. 

Manhattan Tailors ( \V S Overstreet, J 
Santangelo), 768 Pearl. 

MAPES JAMES L, liunlness Mngr The 
Beaumont Enterprise 449-451 Mulberry. 

Marino Nicholas, grocer 1097 Pine. 

Marino Samuel, confr 1002 Calder av. 

Martin Essye, millinery 332 Liberty av. 

Martin Felix S, phys 601 Perlstein bldg. 

Martin Glover D, phys 601 Perlstein bldg. 

Ma.rzullo Vincent, confr 995 Liberty av. 

Mastin T H & Co (Kansas City, Mo), R 
E Collins mngr, lawyers 315V4 Pearl. 

Mathews Enoch, tailor 847 Irving av. 

Matthcs August E, ice cream mnfr 37S 
Wallace. 

MATT1SON * HOGAX ( >I Wnllnce Mnttl- 
son, Cyril J Hogan), Public Account- 
ants and Auditors 403 Perlstein Bldg, 
Tel Sw- 280. 

MAXEK HHXUV C, Architect and Super- 
intendent, Plans and Specifications 
Furnished for A 11 Classes of Buildings, 
Fire Proof Buildings a Specialty 1-2- 
3-4 Gordon Bldg, Tels Office Sw 634, 
Res Sw 1693. 

Mpxey James W, treas and mngr Gates 
Handle Co 4th cor Crockett. 

Mayer Louis, clothing 256 Pearl. 

Mayer Sidney, cigars 555 Pearl: 

Mazzola James, fruits 995 Liberty av. 



.Mead Carl E. lawyer 3 Gilbert bldg. 
-Meagher T Frank, city tax assessor city 

hall. 
Medile Katie Mrs, grocer 1139 Crockett. 
Melms & Gray (R Melms, W M Gray), 

dry goods 189 Pearl. 
MEHCAXTII.E AGENCY THE, It G Dun 

& Co, Charles Moore Mngr, 419-4; 

Perlstein Bldg. (See bottom edge and 

left top lines). 
Merchants' Transfer Co (Baxter W Wil- 
lis). 139 Cypress. 
Meyers Mary Mrs, grocer 702 Irving. 
Mezzi Giosatti, grocer Highland av M 

mile e of Latonia. 
Mickelbough Robert A, confr 330 River- 
side. 
Miles Shoe Store, Earl Morrison mngr, 

556 Pearl. 
Miller &- Vidor Lumber Co, E H Green 

jr mngr, e end Madison av 5 blks e of 

Holly. 
Millikin Joseph E, civil engr 224 Tevis. 
Mimms H Edward, life ins 15 Temper 

ance bldg. 
Mimo Louis, bottler 7S0 Crockett. 
Minor Oil Co, I R Bordages pres, 303 

Kyle Theatre bldg. 
Minor & Minor (Farrell D and Farrell 

D jr), lawyers 305 Perlstein bldg. 
WINTER JAMES G, I"ropr Uenuinont Mo 

tor Car Co cor Mulberrv and Walnut. 
Mitchell Joseph H, phys 495 Forsvth. 
.Mitchell Steve, confr 365 Riverside. 
-Mix Joseph, blacksmith 1305 Magnolia. 
Model Dry Goods Co, W O Cornish pres, 

W A Shrigley sec and treas. 612 Pearl. 
Moenza Joseph, grocer 1990 Collier's Fer- 
ry rd. 
Moke Ralph, clothing 474 Pearl. 
Monico Frank, grocer 3 29S Gladys av. 
Monsur Jacob, grocer S60 Crockett. 
Mont Realty Co, J D Tittle mngr, 345 V 2 

Pearl. 
Montelbano Frank, grocer 198 Sherman. 
Moore Benjamin E, lawyer 11 Perlstein 

annex. 
MOOHE CHARLES, Mngr It G Dun A 

Co, The Mercantile Agency 419-420 

Perlstein Bldg. (See bottom edge and 

left top, lines), 
Moore Judge D, clothes cleaner 555M. 

Forsvth. 
Morris &. Co (Chicago, 111), W Huntley 

mngr. whol meats 962 Pearl. 
Morriss Wm D, phys 1199 Hazel av. 
Mothner Ralph M, jeweler 26S Pearl. 
Mothner Realty Co (Leo H and Mrs C R 

Mothner). 2 N Blanchette bldg. 
-Murphy Patrick, restr 856 Laurel av. 
-Myers Oil Co The (capital 56,000). O W 

Myers pres, L Robichaux vice-pres, 

J W Henderson sec, 34 •Temperance 

bldg. 
Nadir Elizabeth Mrs, grocer 1001 N Park. 
Xahan Elias, grocer 530 Forsvth. 
NATHAN J J * CO, Jneoli J Xnthnn 

Propr, Frank C Weber Mngr, "Whole- 
sale and Retail Dry Goods, Shoes, 

Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Millinery, 

Etc Orleans cor Laurel av. 
National Biscuit Co, G W Salisbury 

mngr, 1238 Crockett. 
NATIONAL GASH REGISTERS, Chnrles 

L Doyle Sales Agent, 616 Pearl. 
NATIONAL DItY KILN CO (Indianapolis, 

Ind), Thomas Green Superintendent 

and Contractor, All Work Guaranteed, 

Settlement to Be Made When Work 

Completed, P O Box 665. 
Xational Railways of Mexico. Henrv Mel 

asst purchasing agt, 359 Alexander 

bldg, 
NATIONAL SCPPLY CO OF KAXSAS 

(IXC), P. E Byrne District Mngr, J II 

Tucker Local Mner, Mnfrs and Dealers 

in Oil and Gas Well Supplies, 288-298 

Pine cor Tevis. 
Neches Canal Co, W M Carroll pres, T H 

Langham vice-pres, F Ed Carroll see, 

B R Xorvell treas. 1003 Main. 
Neches Electric Co (R A and H C Pra- 

ther), electric goods 269 Crockett. 
Xeches Hotel, Mrs M Keavy propr, 284 \i 

Pearl. 
Niches Lumber Co (Inc), W C Huff pres, 

Sam Z Powell sec-treas, Collier's Ferry 

rd cor Catalpa. 
Xeches Motor Car Co (Jnc). W J Leicht 

pres, Pratt L Hare sec and treas, 519 

Orleans. 



Xeches Sand Co i Horace Myrick), I'm; 

Threadneedle bldg. 
Xeches Supply & Equipment Co line), 

O G Greeves pres and mngr, machinery 

213 Kyle Theatre bldg. 
MM. SON AUGUST 1.. I.mvvcr null Xo- 

tary 206-213 Alexander Bldg. 
Xesbit Waller B, tailor 637 I 'earl. 
New Broadway Hotel, Mrs Emily Spence 

propr, S67 Broadway. 
XEW FIELD HOTEL (European), James 

F Winn Propr, Hot and Cold Baths. 

Free Sample Rooms, 465 Orleans and 

35S Bowie. 
New Heisig Hotel, J Carlton mngr, 9SS 

Pearl 
New Orleans Trading Co, E L Roberts 

mngr, 545 Pearl. 
New Royal Hotel, J W Tolle propr. 209 u 

Crockett. 
New South College, W H Farmer pres, 

W H Farmer jr vice-pres, C M Fainter 

sec, 251 Vb Crockett. 
Nichols Charles M, locksmith 748 Laurel 

avenue. 
Nichols Raymond A, civil engr 256 Pearl. 
Nogueira Gilmore R, mngr Barry Bros, 

207 Alexander bldg. 
XOXA MILLS CO LIMITED, J \ Gilbert 

Pres, G R Ferguson Vice-Pres, L B 

Pipkin Sec and Treas, Lumber Mnfrs 

12-15 Gilbert Bldg. 
Nona Mills Co of Texas, J N Gilbert pres. 

G W Carroll vice-pres, L B Pipkin sec 

and treas, lumber mnfrs 12-15 Gilbert 

bldg. 
XORY'ELL-WILDER HARDWARE GO 

(IXC), Lip Xorvell Pres, R G Wilder 

Vice-Pres and Genl Mngr, W A Martin 

Sec and Treas, Wholesale Shelf and 

Heavy Hardware ne cor Park and 

Bowie. 
Nueces Valley Irrigation Co (Inc), W 13 

Dunlap pres, H D Keith sec and treas, 

442 V Wiess bldg. 
Oakwood Realty Co (Inc), Matthew 

Cartwright pres, Claude C Roberts 

sec and treas, 2 V Blanchette bldg. 
O'ltHIEN <V: CHILTON (Chennull O'Brien, 

George Chilton), Attornevs-at-Law 11- 

12 Starke Bldg 
Oelerich Herman, whol grain 520 Or- 
leans. 
O'FIIOL A O'FIEL (John J anil David E), 

Attorneys and Counsellors at Law 33 

American Natl Bank Bldg, Tel New 

497. 
Ogden Cafe, A L Douglas mngr, restr 409 

Pearl. 
Oglesbee Bros (W Lee and Gabriel O), 

bicycles 1020 N Park. 
OIL CITY Hit ASS WOHKS, Archie 

Daugherty Propr, Machinists ami 

-Mnfrs of Brass, Bronze and Aluminum 

Castings 761 Liberty av. 
OIL WELL SUPPLY' CO OF PITTS- 
BURGH, John D Lemex Mngr, 240 

Crockett. 
Oldham Will P, real est 15 Temperance 

bldg. 
Omohundro Philip G, civil engr 11 Weed 

bldg. 
O'Neal James W, lawyer 207 Keith bldg. 
Opera Hotel, Mrs Emma Campbell propr, 

iw cor Liberty av and Orleans. 
Orleans Drug Co (Inc), O B Sawyer pres 

and treas, Reginald Wabbott sec, 4 98 

Orleans. 
ORLEANS MOTOR COMPANY', George P 

Sweat Mngr, Automobile Accessories, 

Garage and Repairs 509 Orleans, Both 

Tels 511. 
Osborn Wm, restr 490 Forsvth. 
OSWALD ANTHONY (The Oswald Clenl- 

ty Co), and Vice-Pres Texas State Real 

Estate Assn, 9-10 V Blanchette Bldg. 
OSWALD REALTY CO THE (Antbony 

Oswald), Real Estate, Lands, City 

Property, Rentals and Investments 9- 

10 V Blanchette Bldg, New Phone 367. 
Ott Clarence J, electric pianos 814 Or- 
leans. 
Otto Ernest P, hoilermkr 250 Railroad 
Otto Joseph, dry goods 1S94 Magnolia 
Overton Antoinette 1-:, drugs 538 College. 
Overton Valdy C, phys 536 College. 
Pace W L Piano Co The (capital $100,- 

000), W L Pace pres, C C Miller see 
and treas, 702 Pearl. 
Paillet Hardy, cigars 511 Forsyth. 
Palermo Peter, grocer 1306 Sabine Pass 

avenue. 
Papadallos Denis, confr 1297 Magnolia 



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Pappachrist Theodore, confr 598 College. 

p.vn.vri i\i: on, co Tin-; tCiipitui .sto.- 
ooo). Win Wiess Pres, Harry C Wiess 
Vice-Pres and Treas, Jean Pipkin Sec. 
Oil Producers 323 V Wiess Bldg. 

Paramore Samuel L, real est 3S2 Crock- 
ett. 

Parker Alice II Mrs, milliner 812 Pearl. 

Parker Win H, gasoline fixtures ST2 
Pearl. 

Pate Samuel J, phys 301% Pearl. 

Patillo Jack, restr 4SS N Park. 

Pattillo George W. dairy 1 blk e of High- 
land av s of Latonia. 

Paul John S, phys 269% Crockett. 

Payne James X. loans 70-1 V 2 Pearl. 

Peck Benjamin O. supt First Texas State 
Insurance Co of Galveston, 14 Blanch- 
ette Estate bldg. 

Pecorra Charles, grocer S03 Ave B 

Pedigo Howard I'., phys 310 1 !, Crockett. 

Peebles Sam E, whol lumber 111 Thread- 
needle bldg. 

Pelton Theron S. dairy 2008 Harrison. 

I'EXXOGK IMl'lt(>\ hjikxt CO TUB, 
W P Cleveland Pies. J F Keith 1st 
Vice-Pres. F H Paderas 2d Vice-Pres. 
O H Tennock Jr Sec and Treas. Real 
Estate and Investments 556 Keith Bldg. 

PEXXOCK <) H .lit. Sec anil Trcos Th< 
Pennocki Improvement Co, Real lis 
tate and Insurance 555-556 Keith E'ldg 

PEOPLE'S DHITG STORE (IXC), Thorn 

as T Pollard l'res, Julius it Jacob; 
Vice-Pres, Spurgeon X Grav Sec .anc. 
Mngr, Mishc H Hehert Treas (Charles 
II Charlton, Frank R Wilson), 495 For- 
syth. 

People's Dye Works (Mrs J A Comeaux), 
"34 Crockett. 

People's Furniture Co The (Inc). T M 
Watson pres, Ahram S Lewis sec and 
treas. 233 Crockett. 

People's Laundry ( Ulysses and J A Co- 
meaux), 734 Crockett. 

People's Theatre, H A Barr mngr, 225 
Liberty av. 

Perkins Miles O, dentist 25 Gilbert bldg. 

Perl Louis, notions 487 Pearl. 

Perlstein Hvman A, real estate Perlstein 
bldg. 

Vew & Arnold (D A Pew, E I) Arnold), 
bicycle re pis 344 Forsyth. 

PKELAN.JOSEV GROCERY CO (Capital 
$loo,uoo), W C Josey Pres, J J Nathan 
Vice-Pres, J N Collier Vice-Pres, J H 
Phelan Treas and Mngr, Wholesale 
Grocers 553 Crockett. 

PHOEXIX Fl'BXlTl HP. CO THE, A XI 
Kaufman Pres and Mngr, J S Kauf- 
man Vice-Pres, I ri Bluestein Sec and 
Treas, se cor Orleans and Bowie. 

PHOENIX HOTEI, (50c, 75c, $1.00), Miss 
West Mngr, Rates by the Week, 353% 
Main. 

Pierce Fordyce Oil Assn, F A Peery agt, 
1608 Bonham. 

Pierce-Goodell Piano Co, K B Pierce 
pres, E S Goodell sec, E P Bennett 
treas, 616 Pearl. 

Pine Grove Oil Co, M A McKnight pres, 
F M Law treas, 32 Temperance bldg. 

Pious John, restr S91 Irving av. 

Plioia Tony, grocer 1596 Laurel av. 

Polk Iredell D, real est 210 Kyle The- 
atre bldg. 

Polk James V, real estate 210 Kvle bldg. 

Pond Charles & Co, restr 602 Crockett. 

Port. Arthur Rice Milling Co, Wm M 
Campbell mngr, 7 V Wiess annex. 

Postal Telegiaph Cable Co, W A Stal- 
lings mngr, 330 Pearl. 

Praia Samuel, grocer 1545 Collier's Fer- 
ry rd. 

Preston I, K Lrug Co (Lemuel K Pres- 
ton), 600 Pearl. 

Price Jacob S, phvs 502% Pearl. 

Price J Lain, real est Threadneeelle bldg. 

PRODUCERS' TURPENTINE CO, New- 
ton R Wilson Pres, Robert M Hallo- 
well Vice-Pres and Genl Mngr, Irvine 
A Fridge Sec and Treas, 418 Perlstein 
Bldg. 

Psaludis James, confr 420 Tevis. 

Psaludis Thomas, confr 998 Jefferson. 

Pueeio Anthony, grocer 607 Herring. 

I'uccio George, grocer 799 E Buford. 

Pueeio John, grocer- so6 X Park. 

Pye P.enier F, lawyer 551 Keith bldg. 

Quality Farm, poultry breeders. 

Quartrino James, grocei 



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Queen City Lumber Co. V A Petty 

II A McDonald see, E 1' Sternenbergcr 
treas, 315 Wallace. 
Queen City Motor Co, Rupert Cox mngr, 

33y Broadway. 
Quong Tong & Co, restr 672 Crockett. 
RAC1IFOKD VHSTHA.CT CO, James II 

Kachford Mngr, 948 l'earl. 
RACIIFORD JAMES II, Mngr RncUford 
Abstract Co and Attorney-at-Law 1148 
l'earl. 
Rao Samuel, grocer S05 Ash a v. 
Reagan John H. phys 502 V2 l'earl. 
Record Joseph, dentist 502% Pearl. 
REED (ill II. Physician mill Surgeon 

502% Pearl. 
Reed Herbert W, lawyer 315 Perlstein 

bldg. 
Reed Ocie. clothes clnr 507 X Park. 
Reed Washington, grocer Collier's Fer- 
ry rd % blk n of Plum. 

Reeves Wm G. lawyer 321 Keith bldg. 

Reitsick & Cohn (Hvman Reitsick, Sam 
Colin), clothing ISO Orleans. 

Reliance Oil- Co The (capital $60,000), 
Harry C Wiess pres, Wm B Flynn vice- 
pres. E C Wiess sec and treas, 325 
XViess bldg. 

Reliance Oil Co of Oklahoma (capital 
$60,000), Wm B Flynn pies, Wm Wiess 
vice-pres. Harry C Wiess sec and treas 
325 Wiess bldg. 

Retail Merchants' Assn (inc), A XI Kauf- 
man pres. S S Solinsky sec, 5th fl Perl- 
stein bldg. 

Rhone Sarah, restr S60 Irving av. 

Ricca Bros (Michael and Joseph), gro- 
cers 568 College. 

Rice Millers' Assn, J R Leguenic sec, 209 
Kyle Theatre bldg. 

Richardson Bruce, oculist 621 Perlstein 
bldg. 

RICHARDSON CHARLES A, Public Ae 
countant and Auditor, Member of Tex 
as State Society and American Assn of 
Public Accountants, 209 Alexander 
Bldg. Phone Old 466. 

Riley Charles, clothes clnr 493 Crockett. 

Rizzato Charles, grocer 842 Irving av. 

ROUEHTS ISAAC O (Roberts A: Giulgcr), 
Real Rstate and Insurance 319-320 
Perlstein P.ldg. (See adv in classified 
Brokers — Mdse). 

ROBERTS * CORI,EY ( Established 
1882; C C Roberts. Robert Corley), In- 
surance, Real Estate and Suretv 
Bonds 1-2 V Blancbette Bldg. Phones 
568. 

ROBERTS & GUDGEH (Inane I) Roberts. 
Joseph P Gudger), Merchandise Brok- 
ers 319-320 Perlstein Bldg. (See adv 
in classified Brokers — Mdse). 

Roch Victor,, watchmaker 258 Bowie. 

Rodgers Cecilia Mrs. grocer 702 Forsyth. 

Rollins Percy L, bicycles 770 Pear). 

Roos Bros (Henry and Nathan F), cloth- 
ing 366 Pearl. 

Rosenstrauch Isadore, ciothing 461 
Crockett. 

Rosenstrauch J Samuel, clothing 554 
Crockett. 

ROSENTHAL DUX' GOODS CO, Joo Ros- 
enthal Pres, August Rosenthal Vice- 
Pres, Frank Rosenthal Sec and Treas, 
238-240 Pearl. 

Rouse Edwin, paints 362 Bowie. 

Rowzee M Earle, drugs 608 Crockett. 

RUSSELL TOM .1, Attorney-nt-Lnw 
Room A Perlstein Bldg Annex. 

Rutledge Samuel (.', grocer 1362 Forest. 

Rutt C L Lumber Co (C L and L L Rutt), 
518 Keilh bldg. 

S it SUPPLY CO THE (Capital $20,000), 
B Boykin Jr Pres. Charles 11 Stroeck 
Vice-Pres, E L Boykin Sec and Treas, 
Mnfrs and Healers in Machinery Cy- 
press cor Hickory, (See page 152.) 

SAIIINE TRAM CO (INC), .1 II Siiijlh 
Pies and Genl Mngr, J G Smvth Vice- 
Pres, C E Walden Sec, Frank Alvev 
Treas, A B Alvey Asst Treas, F E 
Sager Genl Sales Agent, I, umber Mnfrs 
Franklin and Xeches. 

Sacks David, shooting gallery 591 Crock- 
ett. 

Saenger Wm, brewer's agt T & X O ft of 
Jefferson. 

St Denis Hotel (F F Smith, A D Shear- 
man). 219 Main. 

Salerno Dematro, gunsmith 604 N Park. 

Salin Mike & Bro (Alike and Sam), gro- 
cers 1030 Magnolia av. 



Sunders II 11 .<- Sons (Henry ii. Henry 
.\ and J Harvey), tinners J7.; Forsyth. 

Sanders Joseph, tailor 1405 Grand av. 
San Jacinto Life Ins Co. 435 V Wiess 
bldg. 

San Jacinto Rice Co (capital SC50.000), 

W I; Dunlap pres, c se W Collier 

vice-pres, Henry D Keith sec and treas, 
rice growers 442 X' Wiess bldg. 

Santa Fe Hotel, 562 Crockett. 

Sawyer Qspha B. dines 301 Pearl. 

Scheller Louis, phys I41n Harrison av. 

Scherer Clinton L, city engr. Citj Hall. 

Sciochitano Charles, grocer 701 Brooklyn. 

Scott George XV. ins 760 Xeches. 

Scurloek Marvin, county atty. Court 
1 1 ouse. 

SEAPORT l,( MIIKH .t WOOD CO. Ches- 
ter A Easley Propr, Lumber, Wood and 
Coal 1592 McFaddin cor Gulf, Both 
Phones S79. 

Sekaly Wilfred A, grocer S60 Crockett. 

Serio Samuel, grocer 902 College. 

Serio X'incent, restr S66 l'earl. 

Sharp XX'm A, phys 760 Xeches 

SHEPARD C11AI \( V II, Real Estate, 
Loans and Insurance. City Property, 
Rice. Farm, Timber and * Cut Over 
Lands: All Inquiries Given Careful 
Attention. 35 Temperance Bid:.'. Both 
Phones 79. 

Shepherd XV P, poultry breeder. 

SHI. ESS CHARLES I., l'res and Gencrnl 
Manager The Beaumont Journal Pub- 
lishing Co. 232 Fannin. 

Shotwell Alfred, restr 638 Grant. 

SIDXXEI.L JACK II, Proiir Sidivell SIkii 
Co. 268 Bowie. (See page 153.) 

SIDXVELL SIGN CO, .lack D Milnell 
Propr, Electric, Glass. Iron Advertis- 
ing Signs, Display Cards, Etc. 26S 
Bowie. (See page 153.) 

Simmonds Charles S, automobiles 635 
Xlain. 

Singer Sewing Machine Co, XV R Irvan 
mngr, 643 Pearl. 

Singleton & Pattillo (James H Singleton. 
Carroll J Pattillo), grocers. 502 College. 

Smart Set Pressing Co (Jonas .McDonald, 
Lush Glenn, J II Thomas), 597 Forsyth. 

Smelker & Xlaxson i Thomas \' Smelker. 
Harry I Maxson), real estate 35 Gilbert 
bldg. 

Smith Charles, restr 506 Crocket:. 

Smith C L Oil Co (capital S100.000), C L 
.Smith pres, George W Xewman vice- 
pres. S F McConnico sec, 103 Perlstein 
bldg. 

Smith John T, contr 358 Alexander bldg. 

Smith Joseph A, dentist, 2 X" Wiess annex. 

Smith Xott X, chief of police. ':tv Hall. 

Smith R E & Co (Robert 10 Smith), real 
est 108 Threadneedle bldg. 

Smith & Crawford (Stuart P. Smith. 
Walter J Crawford), lawyers 3-9 Gil- 
bert bldg. 

Smith ti. Mothner (C V Smith. M M 
Mothner), lawyers 205 Keith bldg. 

Smyth George XV Lumber Co (Inc), J B 
Smyth pres, C E XVaiden sec. Frank 
Alvey treas, cor Xeches and Franklin. 

Sneed Louise T Mrs, oil producer 303 
Perlstein bldg. 

Snyder Ernest T, tailor 730 Pearl. 

Soulh Beaumont Water &. Litrht Co (Inc). 
10 B Baldwin pres. F E Potts sec and 
treas, nr United Oil Refinery. 

Southeast Texas Fair Assn, Perlstein 
bldg. 

Southeast Texas Produce Co (Clarence 
XI Chinski), 203 Fannin. 

Southern Carriage Works (George 

Schuldt), 910 Laurel. 

SOUTHERN IRON it METAL CO (INCI, 
Charles Blum I'res, J Block Vtce-Pres, 
A Blieden Sec and Treas. Dealers in 
Scrap Iron, .Metal, old Ropes, Bones, 
Packs. Rubber, Junk, Etc Crockett cor 
Ave A. 

Southern Rice Growers Assn. W P. Dunlap 
pres. E A Eignus sec. H C Chalkley 
treas, 443 V Wiess bldg. 

Southern Rock Co, W E Sam] son . I i.I 
mngr, 940 5th. 

Southern Tire K- Repair Co il" s XIcNally, 
Win O Cole), 75(1 Lil.,-1 i y av. 

Southern X'nlcanizing Co (.1 A Porter), 
442 Main. 

Southern Wells Sales C . .1 1* I.u, • nr^s 
Nil] Lucey vice-pres. C ll Emrlch sei 
and treas, 495 Main 



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Southwestern Adjustment Co, S S .Solin- 
sky sec, collections. Perlstein bkie,. 

Southwestern Hotel Co, A Cameron mngr, 
general Store, S Beaumont. 

Southwestern Tel A: Tel Co, George J 
Todd dist coml rnnpr, sw cor 1'earl and 
Fannin. 

Spencer Thomas D, tailor 260 Crockett. 

Stafford Allen C, dentist 216 Alexanuer 
bldfj. 

Standard ICxport Lumber* Co, Daniel R 
Mclnnis innsr. 300 Perlstein bldg. 

Standard Warehouse Co (S I' Kelley). ne 
cor Laurel and Magnolia av. 

Stander Emanuel, tailor rear 463 Pearl. 

Star Theatre, Clyde X Blanchard mngr, 
480 Pearl. 

Stauts Joe H. livery 265 Fannin. 

Stedman Fruit Co (Edward D and Jerry 
C Stedman), 252 Pine. 

Steere SVm L, eonfr 740 Liberty av. 

Steinman F SVm, architect 14 Temper- 
ance bldg. 

Stevens B Lee, furniture 939 Pearl. 

Stewart Leah Mrs, confr cor Ave Fl and 
Washington. 

Storey John E, dentist S22 V Wiess bldg. 

Sulzberger & Sons Co The. L P McClure 
mngr, who] meats 992 Pearl. 

Sun Co The. Matthew B Sweeney mngr, 
oil producers, 31 Gilbert bldg. 

Sun I'ipe Line Co. Matthew B Sweeney 
mngr, 31 Gilbert bldg. 

Sutton Fred F, phys 344 Alexander bldg 

Sutton John G, city secretary, City Hall, 

Sweat George P, mngr Orleans Motor Co, 
509 Orleans. 

Swift & Co, W B Sanders mngr. whol 
meals 805 Crockett. 

Swongev J Boyd, phys and drugs 1899 
Magnolia av. 

Synnott Judson B, lawyer 550 Keith bldg. 

SZAl-'IH 10 <* SOX CO (Alex unci Emlie 
Szafir), Stationery, Books, Etc, 296 
Pearl. 

Tager Abdallah, grocer 1299 Center 

Taliaferro Wm F, phys 310 % Crockett. 

Tallmun Joseph H, propr Dixie Sign Co, 
643 Pearl. 

Tardez Alexander, restr 844 Laurel av. 

Tartakor David, clothing 508 Crockett. 

Tatum Louis J, 2d hd goods 754 Orleans 

Tatum Willie E, phys 301 'i Pearl. 

Taylor Redmond S. dairv 2525 Laurel av. 

Taylor &■ Bell (Charles Taylor, Wm Bell), 
restr 704 Neohes. 

Tetley Charles A, civil engineer, 11 
Weed bldg. 

Texarkana & Fort Smith PR (K C S Ry), 
R A Morris city pass . agt, Crosby 
House, depot 850 Washington. 

TEXAS AIISTKACT CO OF BEAl'MOXT, 
Frank W Godsev Propr, Absolutely 
Correct Abstracts of Title to Any 
Property of City of Beaumont and 
Jefferson County, 2-3-8 Starke Bldg, 

Texas Arm & Pin Co (Inc). Nathan X 
Crary pres, 308 V Wiess bldg. 

TEXAS BANK A TKIST ( <> OF BEAV- 
MOXT (Capital $250,000. Surplus S60,- 
000), J Blewett Smyth Pies. J L Cun- 
ningham Vice-Pres. R A Greer Vice- 
Pres. J C Wilson Vice-Pres, E P Ben- 
nett Cashier, H W Gardner Asst Cash- 
ier, sw cor Pearl and Bonham. 

TEXAS BANKING * INVESTMENT CO 
(Inc 1875; Capital $300.000 1. George 
W Newman Pres, Wm W SVillson Vice- 
Pres, Wallace O Breedlove Sec, N A 
Cravens Treas, Mortgage Dealers, 334 
Bowie. 

Texas Builders' Supply Co line), G C 
De Young pres and genl mngr, T E 
Danziger sec and treas, 1109 South. 

Texas Co The (Houston, Tex). G H 
Speary supt, oil producers, 2 Temper- 
ance bldg. 

Texas Electric Sign Co (J B Fischbach). 
952 Pearl. 

Texas in\estment Co. Wm M Carroll pres, 
M L Hinchee sec and treas, 710 Austin. 

Texas Loan Co (Houston). R C Cogburn 
mngr, 601 Pearl. 

Texas Music Supply House (Wm A Kirk- 
patrick), 722 Pearl. 

TEXAS REALTY CO (II C Schivflner, 
Hal G Land), Real Estate and Lands, 
2d fl Temperance Bldg. (See page 152.) 

Texas Steam Dye Works Co (Tony Cat- 
tar. A' Barbuscia), 722 Liberty av 



TEXAS STORAGE COMPANY, Henry C 

Kahn Propr. Packing and Shipping a 
Specialty, Moving Vans. 656 Neohes, 
Both Phones 656. (See page 153.) 

Texas Supply Co, .V,ax L Hurvitz mngr. 
2il hd machinery 1220 Bowie. 

Texas & New Orleans R R. city tkt ollice 
T & N O tracks nr Pearl, depot av opp 
Janes. 

Texealutah Oil & Mining Co (Inc), G W 
Newman pres and treas. M G Adams 
sec. 4 02 Perlstein bldg. 

THAMES DRUG CO (ISC), SI G Thnmea 
Pres, E J Goodier Vice-Pres, It D 
Rouse Sec and Treas. Full and Com- 
plete Line. 595 I 'earl. Perlstein Bldg. 

THAMES A WEBER (Travis \V Thames, 
Herman Weber). General Contractors. 
320 Perlstein Bldg. 

Thayer Frank M, hair goods 492 Milan. 

Thomas Elizabeth, restr Collier's Ferry 
rd nr Plum av. 

Thomas Ryman. drugs, Guffey. 

Thompson Bennett A, boat bldr, River- 
side e of Eula, 

Thompson Charles W, grocer 1297 Ave A. 

Thompson-Moore Oil Co (capital SG.000), 
A L Downer pres, J VV Henderson sec, 
34 Temperance bldg, 

Thompson Wm L, lawyer 23 Perlstein 
Annex. 

Thompson Wilbur F, phvs 607 Perlstein 
bldg. 

Thresher John M, oil producer, 436 V 
Wiess bldg. 

Tivoli Confectionery Co. F S Looney 
mngr. 365 Liberty av. 

Tivoli Theatre. J F Goodhue propr, 365 
Liberty av. 

Todd Oliver J, lawyer 324 Keith bldg. 

Tolivar Charles R, brewer's agt, 753 
Washington. 

Tortoris Anthony, grocer 1301 Crockett. 

Toups Alfred M, grocer Collier's Ferry rd 
1 ':, miles n of Plum av 

Townsend-Keith Realty Co (S L Town- 
send, A R Keith). 8 V Blanehette bldg. 

Travlor James, jeweler, 255 i'earl. 

Tremont Jake, grocer 11S9 Glndvs av 

Treppard Wm L, blksmith 358 Slain. 

Truitt I.elia E. milliner 197 Pear 1 

TICKER JAMES H, Local Slngr Na- 
tional Supply Co of Kansas (Inc), 228 
Pine. 

TIIIMIOW LUMBER CO, II SV Turnbon- 
Pres and Mngr, D Button Vice-Pres, 
H B Oxford Sec and Treas. Yellow 
Pine, Red Cypress and Hardwood 
Lumber, 1001 Orleans. 

Turner Bros (John and Egbert), grocers 
1SS0 Grand. 

Tusa Grocery Co (Salvadore, Joseph and 
Theo Tusa), 1028 College. 

Tyler Wm F. phys 713 N I'ark. 

TJnderhill Royal, propr Underbill's Mon- 
umental Memorial Works, 1098 For- 
svth cor R R av. 

UNDERHILL'S MONUMENTAL MKM- 
OR1 VL WORKS, Royal Underbill Propr, 
Dealer in Foreign and Domestic Mar- 
ble and Granite Monuments. 1098 For- 
syth cor R R av. 

Underwood Typewriter Co. R L Elliott 
mngr. 259 Crockett. 

Union Fish & Oyster Co, Nicholas Lo- 
monte pres. Joseph Dato sec, Carl Le- 
vinio treas, 558 Orleans. 

Union Painless Dentists, W E Ames 
mngr. 5 Starke bldg. 

United Oil & Refining Co. J S McXamara 
vice-pres, 16 Temperance bldg. 

United States Express Co, Ed S Case 
mngr, 260 Crockett. 

Uvalde Rock Asphalt Co, J IS Smyth pres, 
paving eontrs cor Xeenes and Franklin. 

VAX VI KE\ THOS A CO, Thoniaa San 
Auken Propr, Mnfg Jewelers, Watch- 
makers and Engravers, Cut Glass, Mod- 
dern Optical Dept 516 Pearl. 

Vanselow Fred M, grocer 74 Harriot. 

Van Wormer Shepherd II, wood 1107 

Howie. 

Vener Samuel, hatter 240 Bowie. 

Venza Munzio E, grocer Highland av cor 

Latonia. 
Vogel Abraham, upholsterer 206 College. 
Votaw Jacob X. lawyer N Blanehette 

bldg. 
V'Ville Oil Co, Louis 1" Benckcnstein 

mngr. 303 Perlstein bldg. 
Wabash Hardwood Co (St Louis. Mo). L 

L Boon,- mngr, whol lumber 129 Keith 

bldg. 



Waldman llyman, clothing 4is Orleans. 

Ward Carroll E, auto tires r.21 Pearl. 

Warren George, confr 7S2 Crockett. 

Washington Algie, restr rear 7X4 Laurel 
avenue. 

Watkins & Bell (Grayson P. Watkins. E 
Benjamin Bell), grocers 964 Orleans. 

WATTS * WHEAT (Arthur T \\ nils, I) 
P Wheat). AUorncvs-at-Law 3-4 V 
Blanehette Bldg. 

Weber Frank C, mngr J J Nathan & Co 
Orleans cor Laurel av. 

Weed James F, civil engr 256 Peard. 

Weir Harvey P. real est 5S4V*- Pearl. 

WELLER'S BEPARTS1ENT STORE, 
George W Weller Propr, Wholesale 
and Retail Furnishing Goods. Hard- 
ware. Crockery, Glassware. Tinware. 
Notions, Stationery, Etc 590 Pearl, 
Both Phones 242. 

Wells Fargo & Co Express, R M Crutch- 
field agt. 471 Pearl. 

Werth Abraham, grocer 470 Orleans. 

Western Union Telegraph Co, Samuel 
Gray mngr. 344 Pearl. 

WHELESS JOSEPH S, A ttorne y-n t-Lmv 
30 Gilbert Bldg. 

Wherry Walter T, genl store Guffey. 

Whitaker Harrison M, lawyer 369 Alex- 
ander bldg. 

White George W, county surveyor court 
house. 

White House Dry Goods Co (capital 550.- 
000), C F Graham pies. Wm F Graham 
sec and treas, 620 Pearl. 

White Jarred J, bicycles 639 Pearl. 

White -Marshall E, tailor 653 Pearl. 

Whiting R Herschel, plumber 351 For- 
syth. 

Whitney Charles H, restr 900 Pearl. 

Widman Henry A. hat cleaner 637 Pearl. 

Wier 1) Stuart, phvs 60S Perlstein bldg. 

Wiess Massena, lands 311 Kyle Theatre 
bldg. 

Wiess Wm. capitalist 325 V SViess bldg. 

Wiley's Pharmacy, Richard B Cammack 
mngr, 1707 Calder av. 

Wilkerson Julius D, lawyer 547 Keith 
hide. 

Williams Alfred SV , employment agt 727 
Forsyth. 

Williams Dave SV, clothes cleaner 1290 
Crockett. 

Williams Fred L, lawyer 309 Perlstein 
bldg 

Williams Henry L, county treas court 
bouse. 

Williams Joel S, confr 714 Liberty av. 

Williams Will T. phvs 310", Crockett. 

Willifoid Roasuer W. dairy Port Arthur 
rd ■', mile s of Highland av. 

Wilson-Broach Co (Inc). J C Wilson 
pies. G L Adsit sec, oil producers 207 
V Wiess bldg. 

WILSON. E L HARDWARE CO (IXC: 
Capital and Surplus $400,000), W S 
Davidson Pres, John L Keith S'ice- 
Pres and Genl Mngr, Charles L Berly 
See and Treas, Shelf and Heavy Hard- 
wan- 321-339 Pearl. 

Wilson James C. oil producer 207 V SViess 
bldg. 

Wilson Robert SV, county judge court 
house. 

Wilson & Featherstone (Eugene A Wil- 
son. Lewis L Featherstone), real est 
355 Alexander bldg. 

Wimberly Frank P, house mover 693 
Milam. 

SS'ing Sam, laundry 427 Forsvth. 

Wing Tom & Co. restr 0S0 Crockett. 

WINN JAMES K. Propr New Field Hotel 
Orleans cor Bowie. 

Wyatt Wm C, grain 7S4 Orleans. 

Wyde Bernard, clothing 452 Orleans. 

Yates P. Frank, blacksmith 926 Slain. 

y.-izigi Salim, drv goods 903 College. 

Yellen Lazar SI. grocer 610 N Park. 

S'ost Bros (Joseph B and Henry C). gro- 
cers 1900 Grand. 

Yost Frank Sr, real estate 553 Keith 
bldg. 

S'ost it- Kerr (John S S'ost, James G 
Kerr), vet surgeons 135 Cypress. 

Young .Men's Christian Assn. .1 L Keith 
pres. J R Edmunds sec, J E Longe 
treas. 240 Forsyth 

Zorn Joseph jr, insurance 3 Starke bide,, 

IIIOIIIO. 

Population 2n. In Gonzales county, 17 
mibs southwest of Gonzales, the countv 
seat, banking and shipping p. .int. Mail 
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Oakes H R, genl store. 
Stronan Y H, genl store. 
Whitten H L, blacksmith. 



BECKHAM. 

In Hopkins county. 7 miles from Sul- 
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IIIXKVILLE, 

Population 750. On the T. & G. R. R. 
and on the Sabine River in Panola coun- 
ty, 10 miles from Carthage, the county 
seat. Has Baptist and Methodist 
churches, a bank and a weekly news- 
paper, The Times. Tel., W. U. ; Exp., 
W. F. &: Co. Telephone connection. J. 
W. Sharp, postmaster. 
Barber A A Mrs, genl store. 

Beck , dentist. 

Beckville Telephone Co. 

Beekville Times (weekly), C W Fields 

publr. 
Biggs Bros, drugs. 
Bo wen J E, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Bowen W M, grocer. 
Carpenter & Co. genl store. 
Carter G S, physician. 
I'OM'IMJM'AI, STATE BAMv (Capital 

$12,500), J O Wilkinson Pres. P R Nis- 

bett Cashr. 
Crawford Gin Co. 
Crawford & Son, genl store. 
Daniels Z C. lumber and furniture. 
Davison Gus, grocer. 
Davison R N, general store. 
Ellens A L, blacksmith. 
Edens J S Mrs, genl store. 
Faunt M E Mrs, millinery. 
Fields C VV, printer. 

Harnesberger R F, drugs and physician. 
Hill W T, genl store. 
Kuykendall M J, drugs and physician. 
Metcalf L, grocer. 
Moore J M & Co, genl store. 
Xisbett P R, agt Southland Life Ins Co. 
Parker X, genl store. 
Pruett <fc Barber, grocers. 
Roberts Furniture & Hardware Co. 
Ross E J, harness. 
SOI TUI.AM) LIFE ISSIKAXCB CO, P 

R Nisbett Agt. (See left side lines and 

adv in Dallas Section). 
Watson J F, genl store. 
Whitfield M J, genl store. 



BEDIAS. 

Population 600. On the I. & G. N. Ry. 
in Grimes county, 21 miles from Ander- 
son, the county seat. Has Baptist and 
Methodist Episcopal South churches and 
a bunk. Tel., W. L*. ; Exp., W. F. Ai Co. 
Telephone connection. C. R. Davis, post- 
master. 

Ahrenbeck & Miller, hardware. 
Barnes L A, physician. 
Bedias Cotton Warehouse Co. 
Bedias Hardware Co. 
Bedias Stock ,.<- Poultry Farm. 
Boncy Bios, moving pictures. 
Bracewell J J, cotton gin R F D No 1. 
Bracewell W B. blacksmith. 
Brooks J V Mrs. millinery. 
Burtis Bros & Thompson, drugs. 
Davis C R, grocer. 
Davis S A, genl store. 
FIRST STATE IIVMv (Capital $10,000), 

R E \j Upchurch Pies, W H Holzinann 

Cashr. 
Griffith, Kimes & Co, genl store. 
Hall Bros, cattle feeders. 
Hall E \j * Son. genl store. 
Hall & Hall, feed. 



Harrison B, cattle feeder. 

Huge Vesta, millinery. 

HOI, /.MA.\.\ W H, Life Insurance. 

Iluhlei- A, contractor. 

Jackson W W, contractor. 

Kerr & Bracewell, cotton gin and wood 

McDonald J W, blacksmith. 

McDonald & Wilson, saddlery and ve- 
hicles. 

Midkiff & Dishough, dry goods and gro- 
cers. 

Miles G A, meats and restaurant. 

Newsom A C. contractor. 

Perkins H L & Co, genl store and ice. 

Plotts P B, physician. 

Powledge (.lid, livery. 

Robinson W J. meats and restaurant. 

Shady Nook Poultry Farm. 

Skelton K K. r r, exp and tel agt. 

Smith J E, physician. 

Smith J Holt, dentist. 

Stone & Long, cotton gin. 

Tuck. Smith & Wilson, drugs. 

HTIIl RCH It E L. Fire Insurance. 

Weathersbee R F, physician. 

Williamson H F, genl store. 

Williamson & MeArlams, genl store.' 



BF.ECAYES. 

Population 54. In Travis county, 17 M 
miles from Austin, the county seat. 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Carl Beck, postmaster. 
BECK CAUL, General Store and Tele- 
phone Exchange. 

BEKC1I GROVE. 

A country postodice in Jasper county, 
12 miles from Jasper, the judicial seat 
and banking point and 10 from Rogan- 
ville, the nearest shipping point. W. F. 
Minyard, postmaster. 

MINVAHD W F, General Store and Cot- 
ton Gin. 

BEE ItOrSR. 

Population 100. In Coryell county, 25 
miles from • Gatesville, the county seat, 
usual banking and shipping point. J. P. 
Gardner, postmaster. 
GARDNER J V, General Store. 
Manning L A, blacksmith and cotton gin. 

BEEVILLE. 

Population 5.000. The county seat of 
Bee county, is, an attractive city sit- 
uated on the main line of the S. A. & A. 
P. Ry. and the terminus of a branch of 
the S. P. Ry., 03 miles southeast of San 
Antonio. It is the market center for 
a large and fertile farming section. 
where general farming, cotton growing, 
stock raising and bee keeping are profit- 
ably and extensively carried on. Bee- 
ville has a cotton oil mill, 2 large gins, 
broom factory, wholesale grocery, mar- 
ble works, up-to-date mercantile estab- 
lishments in all lines, has 3 banks and 
two weekly newspapers. The Bee and 
The Picayune. The schools are of the 
best in the slate for a city of its size 
and here are churches of the Baptist, 
Methodist, Catholic, Presbyterian. Chris- 
tian and Episcopal denominations, be- 
sides negro and Mexican churches. The 
principal shipments are cotton, cotton 
seed products, farm products, brooms, 
broom corn, honey, etc. Tel., W. C. 
Exp., W. F. ,V Co. Telephone connec- 
tions. J. T. Ballard, postmaster. 
Adair E S. poultry breeder. 
Albrecht Albert, tailor. 
Armour &. Co (Chicago), A Graves mngr, 

wbol meats. 
Atchley Wm, apiarist. 
Aycock John W. dry goods. 
Baker John, lawyer. 
Ballard James T, posttnaster. 
Barron Russell W, real estate. 
Barron & Atkins (Russell W Barron, 
George H Atkins), publrs Beeville Pi- 
cayune. 
Barry Reed W. publr Beeville Bee. 
Bate M W, poultry bleeder, 
Bauer Paul, harness. 

Eeasley & Beasley (John C and John 
R). lawyers. 

BECK JACOB J, l'res and Mngr IVrlilmt 

Broom Co. 

ISeever Seymour, auto garage. 

Beeville Bank- ,V: Trust Co (capital $50,- 
000), ,1 C Dougherty pros, A F Butts 
vice-pres, Joseph E Burke cashr. 



Beeville Bee (weekly), lc w Barry publr. 
BEEVILLE COTTOS SEED oil. MILL 

CO (Capital $25,000; Surplus S25.000). 

James W Brown Pres. Berkely W 

Klipsteln Sec and Treas. Theodore C 

Buerger Mngr, Mnfrs of Cotton Seed 

Products. 
Beeville Drug Co (John H Wood. John 

S Davis). 
BEEVILLE I'lll IT CO ISnrnh A and 

John Cole). (See adv below). 



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Beeville Lumber Co (Xorris Lumber Co. 
Houston), ,R C Rowland mngr. 

Beeville Picayune (weekly). Barron & 
Atkins publrs. 

Beeville Power Co (capital S100.000). Dr 
P W Robertson pres. John YV Greer 
mngr, electric light, water works and 
ice mnfrs. 

Beeville Windmill & Plumbing Co (cap- 
ital $20,000), Don E Porter pres and 
mngr, A W Collins vice-pres, Richard 
Compton sec and treas, 

BJLiAKESTAU EDWARD, See nud Trend 
Fortuna Broom Co. 

Bocquet Oscar J. mngr Southwestern Tel 
& Tel Co. 

Bond Ernest, restaurant. 

Brown C M, cattle breeder. 

Brown J W & Co (Jarnes W Brown), in- 
surance. 

Brown R B, dray line. 

Brown S H, poultry breeder. 

Brown Wm S. grocer. 

P.ueche Charles W. meats. 

Buerger Theodore C, mngr Beeville Cot- 
ton Seed Oil Co. 

Burke Pat. cattle breeder. 

Burrows Hardware Co (capital $40,000), 
Joseph C Burrows pres. Charles G 
Davis sec and tteas. hardware, imple- 
ments and cotton buyers. 

Busbee Wm S. confectioner. 

Canaris ti- Heikes (Dan Canaris, Michael 
Heikes). confectioners. 

C\ It MICHAEL E F .t SOX (Mrs E F and 
Lester B; Successors to O H Carmich- 
ael). All Kinds of Machine and Repair 
Work, Cotton Gin ar.d Oil Mill Re- 
pairs a Specialty. 

Cayo Ernest P, physician. 

Chambliss Frederick G. district judge. 

CHASE JESSE A, General Insurance. 
(See adv below). 



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Christiansen Thomas, baker. 

CITY PANTATORIL'M, \V W Ncel Propr, 

See Us fur Anything in the Line of 
Clothes Cleaning and Pressing, Trav- 
eling: Men's Work Given Special Atten- 
tion, Fhone 176. 

Click James E, plumber. 

Cochran C B & Son (Annie L Cochran 
extrx est of H F Cochran), grocers. 

COM) JOII.V. SIn«r HcevUle Fruit Co mid 
Happy Hour Theatre. (See adv.) 

Collins A \V, poult rv breeder. 

COMMERCIAL. NATIONAL, HANK (Cap- 
ital $51). 000. Surplus $100,000), John \Y 
Flournoy Pies, Cyrus li Lucas Vice- 
Pres, Isaac J Miller Cashr, Rufus E 
Miller Asst Cashr. 

Compton Catherine, osteopath. 

Coca-Cola Battling & Mnfg Co (Kenne- 
dy), M E Seovili pres and mngr. 

Connolly Linzic X, dentist. 

Constantino James K, jeweler and opti- 
cian. 

Cook John W & Son (John W and John 
R), cattle breeders. 

Corrigan Jerry, real estate. 

Corrigan John M, cattle breeder. 

Cox Thomas M, countv jud^e. 

COX <£ COX (Thomas M unit R L, Cox). 
Lawyers, Abstracts, Etc. (See adv be- 
low). 



T. M. COX 



R. L. COX 



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Make a specialty of Land Titlas, and 
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Craven Thomas, county assessor. 
CRISP JOHN C„ Lawyer, Abstrm-**. 

Jjoans and Real Estate. (.See adv be- 
low). 



Ex-Prcsidenl of Texas 
Abstracters' As; 



Ex-Director ol Texa! 
Bar Association 



Member American Association ot Title Mc 

J. C. CRISP 

Lawyer 



Have Complete Abstracts of Tide to All Real Estate 
in Bee County 

Extensive and Successful Business in Farm and 

Ranch Loans 

Refer to Bradstrcet and Dun. BecviUc Banks 



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'BEEVILLE. Dee County. TEXAS 



Faupel E L & Son (Edward L and Louis), 
pianos. 

Fenner John S. county surveyor. 

Fenner & Fenner (John S and R W Fen- 
ner, George A Hull), surveyors. 

Fenton S A, poultry breeder. 

FIDELITY AM) DEPOSIT CO OF 
51AHYLAND, Stephenson & Heldenfels 
Agts. 

First Xational Hank (capital $100,000). 
Berkely \v Klipstein pres. John C 
Wood viee-preS, Mack \V Hates cashr. 

FOItTlAA BROOM CO (Capital $15,000), 
Jacob J Beck Pres and Mngr, Edward 
Blakestad Sec and Treas. (See adv 
below). 



Buy Z>exa$ 'Brooms 

and you patronize Texas Industry 
and the Texas Farmers 

The FORTUNA BROOM CO. 

Manufacturers of 1.11 grades of 

'Brooms and "Brushes 

Dealers in Broom Corn and 
Broom Makers' Supplies 

BEEVILLE - - TEXAS 



Code A 1), poultry breeder, 

Dabbs Joseph J, notions. 

Dairy Creamery Co (Kan Antonio), \ E 
Naugle mngr. 

Davis Frederick O, mattress mnfr. 

Dobie R J. cattle breeder. 

Dodd Win \V. lawyer. 

Dougherty Lida, countv supt of schools. 

DOUGHEIITY A- DOl'tiHKRTV (JumeN 
R Dougherty, ,7 C Dougherty, 13 Dud- 
ley Tarleton), Lawyers, Lands, Loans 
and Abstracts. 

Ducat Sidney S, meats. 

Egbert Orville E, physician. 

Ellis C *. cattle breedei. 

Engle George M, agt Wells Fargo & Co 
Express. 

Experimental Farm, poultry breeders. 

Ezzell Robert A. cement sidewalks. 



Fox & Michot. blacksmiths. 

FRANKS JOSEPH J. Real F.*(nte, Cl< 

Property, Farms and Ranches Any 
where in South Texas. 

(.'AVI.K WM (;, AttOrney-nt-Law, Gener- 
al Practice. 

Gilbert Garth K. plumber. 

Gill F Y. poultry breeder. 

Gillum T A & Son (Thomas A and Ester 
J), grocers. 

Grand Opera House, Heeville Opera 
House Co proprs. 

GRANT CHARLES, Mnfr of beehives ami 
Beekeepers' Supplies, General Mil 
Work. 

Grant John F, lumber. 

Gregory C H & Bro (Charles II and Ben 
jamin T), drv goods. 

Groce-Parrish Co (Victoria), W A Gef- 
fert mngr. whol grocers. 

Guin John B, photographer. 

Hall J Sidney, cotton gin. 

Hall J S & Bro (J Sidney and Coley E) 
men's furnishings. 

HAPI'Y HOUR THEATRE, John Col. 
Mngr. Combination House. 

Hardeman Thomas F. grocer. 

Harriman John F. automobiles. 

Harrison J H, cattle breeder. 

Harvey Adolphus O, restaurant. 

Hatcher James I,, genl store. 

HELDENFELS BROS (Curl A unci Fred- 
erick \Y), Lumber and Puilding Mate 
rial. 

Helm Amos J, bicycle repairer. 

Hermes James, dray line. 

Hodges R L, cattle breeder. 

Holt E C & Co (Easom C Holt), real 
estate. 

Howard Nellie M, milliner. 

Hufsteddler G W. poultry breeder. 

Hull Austin O. physician. 

Hull John C. drugs. 

Hunt Frank W, livery, grain and coal 

Hutchinson F G. nurserv. 1 m e. 

INDEMNITY' LIFE * ACCILEVT' CO 
Minnesota. J A Chase Genl Agent for 
Texas. ( See adv. i 

Irwin Fred M, dentist. 

Jennings Henry, grocer. 

Johnson Wm H, drugs. 

Jones Robert B, grocer. 

JORDAN ORVILLE \\ , T) V S, Veterin- 
arian. 

Kalamatas John, restaurant. 

Keller Henry, real estate. 

Kelley John E, cisterns and windmills 

Kimbrouf'ii Claude L, jeweler. 

Kinkier E J. cattle breeder. 

Knight A Q & Son (Aquilla Q and Tos 
coe B), grocers. 

Kohler VIreo. cattle breeder. 

Krueger Hardware Co (capital, '$10,000) 
Albert Wollsehlaeger pres and mngr 
Louis Krueger vice-pres, Hugo Kiue- 
prer sec and treas. 

fCuhala James R. lawyer. 



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Laws Eloise, poultry breeder. > 
ws W H, apairist. 

Lawson R W, well driller. 

Levy Rebecca, dry goods. 

Linke Robert, cattle breeder. 

Little Giles C. meats. 

LOCKETT JOHN A, Real F.Ninte, Fnrinn, 
Ranches and City Property. 

Lott James M, grocer. 

McCoy Eugenious H. dentist. 

Lucas C B, poultry breeder. 

McKinney Homer L, second hand goods. 

McKinney Wm K, men's furnishings. 

McMickle J C, city weighmaster. 

Machemehl L A. cattle breeder. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co. J A Carvel agt. 

Malone Fred J, hides. 

Marsden Allen C, agt San Antonio Brew- 
ing Assn. Lone Star Brewing Co. 
propr A C Marsden Auto Co. 

MARSDEN A < ALTO CO, A C lliirsden 
Propr, Repair Work Done and Com- 
plete Line of Accessories Carried in 
Stock. Agents for overland and Chal- 
mers Automobiles Full Line of Fa- 
mous Michelin and U S Tires. 

Marsh Wm R. insurance. 

Meinrath J J & Co (John J and John 
Meinrath), bakers. 

Meyer Felix, notions. 

Mikeska Peter K, confectioner. 

Mohle G A. poultry breeder. 

Moreno Pablo, restaurant. 

Mussett Amos W, grocer. 

Nations Hotel, W L Nations propr. 

Neel Wm W, propr City Pantatorium. 

Neely Houston, physician. 

Nelson Norman A,' stenographer and no- 
tary. 

New .1 K, cattle breeder. 

New comb Fiank. notions. 

Nicholsen J W, poult rv breeder. 

Noble <fc Woodruff (Elmer C Noble. Esco 
K Woodruff:), drayage. 

Wunneley Wm B, furniture. 

Nutt Henry A, tailor. 

Nutt .1 Wm, live stock. 

Pagel Julius S, produce and ice. 

Barker G W. house mover. 

Parr Lee E, physician. 

Partain Robert A, dry goods. 

Partain Zachariah T, tlistriet clerk. 

Patton John A. sewing machines and 
pianos. 

Pierce -Fordyce Oil Assn. W H Miller agt. 

Powell I N. well driller. 

Powell Mac, surveyor. 

Powell W J & Son (Wm J and Thomas), 
grist mill. 

I'raeger Albert, hardware. 

Prattler Robert M. physician. 

I'rather's Dr Private Hospital, R M 
Prather, M 1>, in charge. 

Queen Hotel, Mrs C Percivnl propr. 

Rankin Carl, gardener. 1 mi w. 

Retail Merchants' Assn, R B Jones pres 
W W Wyatt sec. 

Reynolds Steven M. livery. 

Risenhoover J IX. -is ley, dentist. 

Robinson U C, lawyer and abstracts. 

Roots Walter L, real estate. 

Sallold David B. ant S B Ry Co. 

Schvab Anton V. jeweler and optician. 

SCIIILO FRITZ, Propr Silver King 

Saloon. 

Selig Emil M. cotton buyer. 

Shipp M G. poultry breeder. 

SILVER KfNf; SALOON, Frllr. SchllO 
Propr; My Motto to My Friends and 
Patrons: Meet Friendly. Be Sociable, 
Drink Moderately, Pay Promptly, Leave 
Quietly, Call Again. 

Simons Thomas A. real estate. 

Sir.nott Lott. marble works 



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Smith Win M, county treasurer. 

Smith & Brown (Pearl Smith, Tinnie 

Brown), milliners. 
Smith & Co (A I' Smith est), Charles B 

Sheldon mngr, dry goods. 
Snodgrass Henry, lawyer. 
Sonley Thomas, harness. 
Sorenson Hans, blacksmith. 
Southwestern Tel & Tel Co. O J Bocquet 

mngr. 
Stanford James A, confectioner. 
Stanley Grocery Co (Samuel C and Susan 

E Stanley). 
Staton .1 Walter, live stock. 
Staton YV .1. cattle breeder. 
Stephens Granville M, drugs and phys. 
Stephenson Barnwell I', mayor and eot- 

ton buver. ' 

STEPHEXSON « HEI,1)E\PELS (Win 

C Stephenson. Frederick W Helden- 

fels), Architects and Superintendents 

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Architects and Superintendents 
V. O. "Box 399 

BEEVILLE. TEXAS 



Stoekbridge & Frideli (David A Stock- 
bridge. J Pierce Fridell), tinners. 
STOI T JOIIX I), Real Estate, Rent a la and 

Collections, 

Swift & Co, .1 S Page! apt. whol meats. 
Tarleton B Dudley jr. lawyer. 
Taylor Richard 11. agt S A & A 1' By Co. 
Taylor & Kirkpatrick (Eugene Taylor. 

James B Kirkpatrick), grocers. 
Teague J M & S'jn (John M and John M 

jri. grain. 
Teal Walter, meats. 
Texas Co The. Ben Mew agt, oils. 
Thompson Win T, vet surgeon, livery and 

undertaker. 
Thornton George, electrieian. 
Thornton Joseph A. sheriff. 
Thurston I» ,\I, physician] 
Troy Charles, county attorney. 
Troy Dan. county clerk, 
'turner Andrew J. physician. 
Vendome The. R S Coleman mngr. 
Walker X B, undertaker. 
Ward G T, blacksmith. 
Warnock Win, second hand goods. 
Welder Thomas, cattle breeder. 
Williams James I. grocer. 
Williamson Charles D. physician. 
Wilson Charles W. sewing- machines. 
Wilson John 10. county tax collector. 
Wilson Julio & Co (Julio Wilson, J S 

Hall), dry goods. 
Wilson Xewton H, mngr W U Tel Co. 
Witherspoon G W, poultry breeder. 
Wolipinn & Katz (Ben Wolfman, John 

Katz), dry goods. 
Wood J C. cattle breeder. 
Yates R A. vet surgeon. 
Young Men's Progressive League, M W 

Dates pres,- Jesse .V Chase sec. 
Zowarka J G. cattle breeder, 

HELCIIEKYII.LE. 

Population 200. On the It., K. & 1. 
Ry., in Montague county, 13 miles from 
Montague, the" county seat and 7 from 
Noeotia. the nearest banking point. The 
railroad name is Belcher, lias Baptist, 
Christian and Methodist churches. Exp., 
Am. Tel., W. I'. Telephone connection. 
J. C. Gresham, postmaster. 
Collins .1 P, physician 
Collins & Hlghtower. drugs. 
Dillow S X. restaurant. 
Etter H A, general store. 
• >M.sii\M .» C, General store. 



Marshall W II, cotton gin. 
Seay .left, cattle breeder, 
Seay Virgil, cattle breeder. 
Stallings VV B, r r. exp and tel agt. 

Helen. 

Population 50. On the G. H. & S. A. 
Ry. in El I'aso county, 16 miles south- 
east of El Paso, the county seat ami 
nearest banking point. Telephone con- 
nection J. o. Sharpe. postmaster. 
SMAHI'E & SIIIAIRIOR, General Store. 

BELGRADE. 

A postoffice on the Sabine River in 
Xewton county. 20 miles southeast of 
Xewton, the judicial seat and 10 from 
Bon Weir, the nearest shipping point. 
Mail tri-weekly 

HELLAII1E. 

Population 200. In Harris county, 8'/" 
miles from Houston, the countv seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. C. R. Munger. postmaster 
Dunwoody J R, dairv. 
HUNGER C 11. General Store. 
Teas Edward, nursery. 



HELLEVl E. 

Population 850. On the Ft. W. & D. C. 

Ry. in Clay county. Hi miles south of 

Henrietta, the county seat and 80 north 

of Ft. Worth. Has Baptist. Cumberland 

Presbyterian and .Methodist churches, a 

bank, 2 cotton gins and a weekly news- 
paper. The Bellevue Xews. Telegraph 

and telephone facilities. Exp., Adams. 

W. J. Manton, postmaster. 

Ayres Thomas E, dry goods. 

Barton Wm, physician. 

Barton & Hood (Win Barton, Wm Hood), 
drugs. 

Bass Hotel, Gude S Bass propr. 

Bellevue Xews (weekly), C W Boner 
publr. 

Boner Charles W, publr Bellevue News. 

Budd Harry C, livery. 

Crook L F, physician. 

Davis Wm L. live stock. 

Duncan John 1!, cotton gin. 

Fabion Charles T. liveiv. 

FIRST NATIONAL I1A.VK (Cnpilnl $30,- 
OoO). Sidney Webb Pres. A W Milton 
Vice-Pres, Leslie B Moore Cashr. 

Gault G 13 & Co (George E (lault). hard- 
ware, furniture and undertakers. 

Hodges * Harbison (Win C Hodges, Eli 
V Harbison), feed. 

Hill ^ Jones, blacksmiths. 

Holmes David W. physician. 

Johnson W A, blacksmith. 

Lyon- Matthews Lumber Co, John Hamp- 
ton mngr. 

McConnel) & Nichols (Scott W MeCon- 
nell, Janes M Nichols), grocers. 

McMurry Charles E. restaurant. 

McXeal W T & Co (Wm T McXeal), cot- 
ton gin. 

Manning Wm F. genl store. 

Milton-Spivey Hardware Co. A W Mil- 
ton pres, L S Spivey mngr. 

Xix Robert A. feed mill. 

Norwood Charles W C, dentist. 

Scaling George A, live stock. 

Schrib Henry, notions. 

Spradling W & Co (Mortimer Spradling, 
John H Cadnhead), grocers. 

Spradling Wm, tailor. 

Webb Edward L, live stock. 

Webb Sidney, cattle bleeder. 

Wetsel & Gault (James F YVetsel, Burn 
T Gault), grocers and meats. 

White Milton J, drugs. 

Wright L S & Co (Luther S and Wm F 
Wright), genl store. 



111,1, IS. 

Population r,:.U. On the T. 
M. K. A- T. Rys. in Grayson 
miles from Sherman, the ro 

.s Baptist. Campbellitc and 
churches, a newspaper and a 
W. L\: Exp., Am. and W. F. & 
.Veal, postmaster. 
Gadget t & M'eador," drugs. 
Bells Alliance Mercantile Co, 

and hardware. 
Bells Amusement Co 1 10 L 

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Bells Chimes The (weekly). Guy Dillon 

publr. 
HELLS COMMERCIAL CI. I 11, W u Join-. 

Bells Dry Goods Co. 

Bells Gin Co. cotton Kin. 

Bible C X, fruit grower. 

Bow Bros, photographers. 

Buchanan J W, confr and jeweler. 

Burton W T, produce. 

City Water Works. 

Craig Bros, confectioners. 

Dillon Ouy, publr The Bells Chimes 

Ferguson J N & Son. genl store and lum- 
ber. 

First National Bank (capital $25,000). W 
P Ferguson pies, W B Blanton cashr. 

Godring George, insurance. 

Gould W C. physician. 

Holt J P, restaurant. 

Hughes John, r r ami tel agt. 

Kanouse A, hotel. 

Kidd W P, livery and live stock. 

Low D E, agt Am Exp Co. 

Masscy W W, tailor. 

Newborn Walter A. physician. 

Miller F P, physician. 

Miller H T, grocer. 

Moore & Son. grocers. 

NEAL /. <:, Rent Estate mill Live Stock. 

Oney J M, blacksmith. 

Reynolds J G, blacksmith. 

Washburn Joseph, sorghum mill. 

Wells T P. lawyer. 

Williams Riley, live stock breeder. 

Wilson Bros, meats. 

HELLVILLE. 

Population 1,800. The judicial seat of 
Austin county is located on the A. T & 
S. Fe Ry, 10S miles northwest of Galves- 
ton. Has churches of the leading de- 
nominations. 2 banks, creamery. ice 
plant, cotton seed oil mill, cotton gins 
and a weekly newspaper, The Times. 
Bellviile is the receiving and distribut- 
ing point for a rich agricultural district. 
diversified farming being carried on suc- 
cessfully. Cotton is the principal prod- 
uct, although truck farming, dairying 
and live stock raising are becoming im- 
portant. Light and dark sandy loam, 
black and black waxy soils are found in 
the uplands. The western portion of 
the .county includes a portion of the 
black laiu. belt. Austin county fur- 
nishes many opportunities for new set- 
tlers. Good land may be purchased from 
$10 to $75 per acre improved and SS to 
$35 unimproved. Telegraph and Tele- 
phone facilities. Exp., VV. F. ir Co. 
Josephine Chesley-Zeiske, postmaster. 
Austin County Abstract Co, W A Mat- 

thaei mngr. 
Austin County Savings & Loan Co. W A 

Matthaei sec. 
Austin County State Bank (capital !>'■'.- 

000). Max Bader pres. W F Machemehl 

cashr. 
Bader Max. genl store. 
Bailleux J B. hardware and ban, ess 
Baker Richard H. mngr W V Tel Co. 
Baron L H, county supt of schools 
Bartay Benjamin, baker and grocer. 
Becker Ernest, dentist. 
Bellviile Business League. L A Machc- 

melil pres. Adolph Louwien sec. 
Bellviile Cotton Oil Co. C ( ; Krue-er 

pres, L A Machemehl sec. 
Bellviile Marble Co. C F Hellmuth propr. 
Bellviile Promoting Co (capital $30,00"), 

C F Hellmuth (ires. H R Brown sec. 

creamery, electric light and ice mnfrs 
Bellviile Times (weekly), R. chard 10 

Zeiske publr. 
Burns Hotel. Mrs John Burns propr. 
Cumings Frank, watchmaker. 
Cumings G S, county clerk. 
Duncan John T, lawyer. 
Edmomlson Jack 10, lawyer. 
Finn 10 o, blacksmith and carriages. 
FIRST NATIONAL 

(MHi). C F I I t -llt 

Rosenberg Cashr. 
Fisher Ben, meats. 

Gerniinia Hotel, Wm HarlolT propr. 
Glenn W I. county attorney. 
Grote Ferdinand, county assessor. 
Mailman A I., coiifei tioni r. 
Harigel Edwin w. notions 
Harigel Emil, garage ami hnrdu ,-e 



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Harigro! E, mngr Southwestern Tel & 

Tel Co. 

Hellmutn Charles F, srenl store. 

Johnson, Matthaei & Thompson (C R 
Johnson, W A .Matthaei, J H Thomp- 
son), lawyers. 

Kroeser & Aiulress (*\Y A Kroeger, D A 
Amir ess), livery. 

Krueger C G. county judge. 

Isuehn Bros (Robert and Fred), confec- 
tiouers. 

Lagemann Henry, tailor. 

Louwien Adolph, ins and undertaker. 

Bouwicn Gustavus, prenl store. 

Lnuwien Wm, jeweler. 

Menu Kiev 1. 1 JUiER CO (HouMton, Tex). 
J F Ross Mngr. 

Machemehl J H, county surveyor. 

Machemehl B A, live stock. 

Master C A, blacksmith. 

Matthaei \V A, dairy and cattle breeder. 

Meissner A, grocer. 

Mcttke Morris A, furniture. 

Moulieim Jacob, dry goods. 

Balm Wm, sheriff. 

Riniker Charles, harness. 

Rohde Bros (Herman and Otto), meats. 

Schauerhammer & Roensch (Charles 
Sehauerhammer, Fritz Roensch), gen- 
eral store. 

Schneider Wm, county tax collector. 

•Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, K Harigel 
mnu-r. 

Steck Hotel, Mis M Stock propr. 

Tapscott B K, gai-age and supplies. 

Teseh Fred I., district clerk. 

Tesch & Tesch (Charles F and Fred B). 
drugs. 

Tomlinson Kdgar A, lumber. 

Trenckmann & Steck (O A Trenckmann. 
o E Steck), physicians. 

Walton Tim. live "stock. 

Westermann W C. hardware. 

Willrodt Wm, genera] store. 

Wheat Thomas B. r r and exp agt. 

Zeiske-Cheslej' Josephine, postmaster. 

Zeiske Richard E, publr Bellville Times. 



BElJMOXT. 

Population 1^0. lit Gonzales county. 
15 miles from Gonzales, the county seat, 
and 12 from Luling, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Anton Schnabel. postmaster. 

Carpenter I' C, general store. 

Dil worth A, meats. 

Dilworth 1a blacksmith. 

Goss 1' II & Sons, cotton gin. 

Howell E H, pecan grower. 

Howell V E, blacksmith. 

Rather G A. general store. 

si M\AUi:i, A .V CO, Genera] Store. 

;>mith J C, physician. 



IIKI.TOV. 

Population 5000. The judicial seat of 
Boll county is located on the G., C. & S. 
F. Ry., S miles west of Temple. Has 
Baptist. Catholic. Christian and Metho- 
dist churches, a fine public school system 
and <s the seat of the Baylor College for 
Women It is lighted by electricity, has 
water works, fire department, paved 
streets, first-class hotels, local and long 
distance telephone facilities. 3 banks, 4 
cotton gins, ice plant, foundry and ma- 
chine shop, a daily newspaper. The 
livening News. and 2 weeklies, the 
Journal and the Messenger. Cotton, 
grain and live stock are the principal 
shipments. Tel., Postal and W. U. Exp., 
Am. and \V. F. & Co. 

Albertson L V,', tailor 

Alford & Baile> (Marshall Alford, Jack 

Bailey), meats 
Austin Frank K, grocer. 
Baggett Wiley, poultry breeder. 
Bangle Cain, grocer. 
Bank of H. C. Denny & Go (private), H 

A Denny pres, .1 F Smith vice-pres, C 

I 1 ' Denny cashier. 
Uatte Thomas, physician. 



ll.WI.Olt COLLEGE roil WOMEN, John 
C Hardy, A M, EI. D. I'res. Edward M 
Dodd See. (Sec adv below ) 



Baylor College 



r women 

Organized 1815 

SPLENDID FACULTY BEAUTIFUL CAMPUS 

Excellent Equipment and 
Healthful Environment 

Freshmen reee.ive first grade certificates 
good for four years; graduates receive 
life time certificates. 

Is classified by the State BoarcUof 
Education ol Texas as Al. 



JOHN C. HARDY, A.M..L. L. D„ 
President 



BELTON 



TEXAS 



Belk W .1. poultry breeder. 

UEI.I, COl'XTY ABSTRACT CO, E C 

• Clabaugh Pres. R B Bennett Vice-Pres 
and Genl Mngr, Abstracts of Land 
Title. Real Kstate and Investments 
(See adv below.) 



Carothers li C, wauon yard 

Carrick Duncan, notions. 

Carrol Midfrett S, furniture. 

City Water Works, G 10 1'lrich supt. 

Cline Wm 10. drugs. 

Coats .1 S. laundrv. 

Cochran '1' \\" * Co (Harry T Cochran, J 

Blair, A II Potts), general store. 
Cook Thomas A. general store. 
Cooper J P., poultry breeder, R 1' 7. 
Coul Bruce, autctioneer 
Cox Claud, mngr Postal Telegraph Cable 

Co of Texas. 
Crain A B. physician. 
Cupid Theater, W I: King propr. 
Curtis A B. lawyer. 
Daniels .1 W. coal dealer. 
Denman & Kelso (Robert P Denman, E 

H Kelso), furniture. 
Denny C F, cashr Bank of II C Dennv & 

Co. 
Dennv H C, cotton gin. 
U(l\\i;i,l, CIU3AMKIIV CO, J R Donnell 

Propr, Creamery and Ice Cream Mnfrs 

(See adv below. 1 






^reamery lo. 

Belton ami Temple, Texas 



BELL COUNTY ABSTRACT CO 

REAL ESTATE end INVESTMENT AGENTS 
Owners of Complete Abstracts of Title to Lands io 

BKUL COUNTY 
BELTON and TEMPLE, TEXAS 



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and Louisiana. 
\Our Ice Cream just as popular 

Also shippers of Poultry, Eggs and Pecans 



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President 



R. L. Bennett. 
V.-PreB. aud Gcu. Mcr 



BELL COL'XTY PRODUCE CO, Morrln 

Persky Propr. (See adv below.) 



Bell County Produce Co. 

M. PERSKY, Propr. 

Write Us for Prices 

BELTON - - TEXAS 



Hi::,TO\ COMMERCIAL CLUB, J L- Uer- 

inger Sec. 

Belton Evening News (daily), S B Savage 
publr. 

Belton Gin & Cotton Co, Walter Thorn- 
ton mngr. 

Belton Hotel, A M Bogart propr. 

Belton Ice & Electric Co, Walter Thorn- 
ton propr. 

Belton Journal (weekly), O P Pvle publr. 

Belton Light & Power Co (H C Penny). 

Belton Messenger (weekly), D M West 
publr. 

Belton Mill & Grain Co, Y P Yarborugh 
mngr. 

Belton National Bank (capital $50,000), 
J Z Miller I'res, A D Potts vice-pres, 
W W James cashr. 

BEN'XISTT It B. VJec-Pres mid f.cnl 
Mngr Bell County Abstract Co. (See 
adv.) 

Beringer Jake, lawyer. 

Blair J B, sheriff. 

Blair MalJory B. lawyer. 

Blair M, poultry breeder. 

Boyd James, lawyer. 

Burkes C C. physician. 

Burnett J H, vet surgeon. 

Carnegie Library, Emma Bee librarian. 



DO.VXELL .1 li, I'rapr Donnell Cream- 
ery Co. (See adv.) 
Duckworth T N, tailor. 
Duiess & Brown (Thomas Duiess, Reece 

Brown), restaurant.' 
Duke E M. poultry breeder. R D 5. 
Durham M T, mngr Southwestern Tel & 

Tel Co. 
Durrett John B. lawyer. 
Dyess A D. county attorney. 
Eads Colman G. undertaker. 
Klliott Boyle, drayage. 
Embree A J. printer, 
Emery & Cowan (Elisha Emery, W F 

Cowan), meats. 
Ensor N A, county tax collector. 
Everett Grain Co (Lcland S Everett). 
Farish W C, poultry breeder, R D 5. 
FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OF 

MARYLAND, J A Millerman agt. 
First State Bank (capital $50,000), E C 

Clabaugh pres, J S Blair vice-pres, W 

C Rylander cashr. 
Fisher R C, physician. 
Forderman \V M, baker. 
Frazier J M, physician. 

Fulwiler Rollcv. poultry breeder. R D 6. 
Ciesler D A, agt W F & Co Exp. 
Gray George A, builders* supplies. 
Hair J F. lawyer. 
Hale Oliver E, tailor. 
Hall Alfred G. baker. 
Hamilton W M. plumber. 
Hammer Wm F, tailor. 
Hammersmith Royal, shoes. 
Hanna S D, county surveyor. 
Happv Hour- Theatre, D F Gray propr. 
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Hoffman W (>. restaurant. 
Hood Bros (John Hood), livery. 
Hunter W S & Co (W S Hunter. A M 

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Lewellen W F. physician. 

Little C P, notions. 

Lord & Hay worth (Earl and Roy Lord, 

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Miller S W, coal. 
Mitchell \V L, hardware. 
Morgan .1 S, county supt of schools. 
Naismith Robert, machine shop. 
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Ray M B, cattle breeder R F D 7. 

Ray & Elliott (S M Ray. G F Elliott), 
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Reese Jephthn H, genl store. 

Re id W H, lawyer. 

Robinson Hosea, furniture and under- 
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Savage II B. poultry breeder. 

Savage S B, publr Belton Evening News 

Shea John, lumber. 

Shepp YV S, county judge. 

Sherrod W M, poultry breeder. R F D 3. 

Shine J E, grocer. 

Smith & Peyton (Charles B Smith), hard- 
ware and implements. 

Southwestern Tel & Tel Co, M T Dur- 
ham mngr. 

Spivey \V E, physician. 

Stewart W N, dray. 

Stocking B R, jeweler. 

Taylor Robert H, confectioner. 

Terry Nathan, dray. 

Thompson J \Y, grocer. 

Tims Simon grocer. 

Tullock R E. "tinner. 

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Vick A G. county assessor. 

Vickers Mike, blacksmith. 

Walker Samuel S, dry goods. 

Warren R A, restaurant. 

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Whitman W P, well driller. 

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Wunderlich II. cotton gin. 

Yarrell Thomas jr, cashr People's Na- 
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HEN ARNOLD. 

Population 300. On the S. A. X- A. P. 
R. R. in Milam county, S miles from 
Cameron, the county seat, lias Baptist 
and Methodist churches and a bank. 
Telegraph and telephone facilities. Exp.. 
YV. F. & Co. R. F. Yardley. postmaster. 
Anderson J 11. r r, exp and tel agt. 
Bailey T F, genl store. 
Benarnold Lumber Co. 
Benarnold Mercantile Co, genl store. 
Benarnold State Bank (capital S10.000), 

A J Dossett pres, C W Straus cashr. 
Carmichael H G, genl store. 
Carmiehael N. electric light plant. 
Carmichael & Robinson, grocers. 
Denson W A, physician. 
Looney 1 O, hardware. 
Looney O R, cotton gin. 
Marek & Kosel, cotton gin. 
Nolle & Sproull. genl store. 
Phillips Thomas, blacksmith. 
YARDL10Y H F, Druggist, Grocer and 

Cotton Buyer. 

HF.NAYIDES. 

Population 250. On the T. 
Duval county, 18 miles south 
Diego, the countv seat an 
point. Tel., W. L : . ; Exp., W 
Telephone connection. 
Arroya Santiago, grocer. 
Benavides Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Cadena Liberie, dry goods and grocer 
Cerna F S, genl store. 
Farias Andres, genl store. 
Peters S R & Son. cattle breeders. 
Puig F V, genl store. 
RAM1EHEZ A G. General Store. 
Salinas F, genl store. 
Vaello Lumber Co. 
Villareal M G, genl store. 



BEX holt. 

Population 5 0. On the S. A. & A. P. 
Ry. in Jim Wells counts'. 7 Vfc miles south 
of Alice, the county seat and banking 
point. Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. 

Ben Bolt Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Garcia Luciano, cattle breeder. 
Garcia Pedro & Bros, genl store. 



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RENRROOK. 

Population 35. on the T. .i- 

Tarrant county. 10 miles 're 

Worth, the county seat and 

point. Telephone connection 

F. & Co. G. L. P.ridges, postm; 

BRIDGES G I,, General Store anil Black- 
smith. 

Carpenter C W, confectioner and ice. 

Corn J W & Sons, cattle breeders. 

RENCHLEY. 

Population SO. On the H. & T. C. Ry. 
in Robertson county, 25^ miles south 
of Franklin, the county seat and S from 
Bryan, the nearest banking point. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. T. 
Newton, postmaster. 

RUNN-.NFWTON CO, General Store. 
Fowler A T. genl store. 
IMtzer J E, r r, exp and tel agt. 



REND. 

Population 25. In San Saba county. 
It' miles southeast of San Saba, the 
county seat and 12 \-> front Lometa. the 
neatest banking: and shipping point. 
Mail daily. 

Doss Ed * Sons, drugs and groceries, 
(ribson J M. genl stole. 
I'itchford L It. shoes and harness. 
Smith H W, confectioner and notions 

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from Livingston, the county seat and 
4 front Corrigan, the nearest banking 
point. Exp., Am. Telephone connec- 
tion. Charles V. Bomar, postmaster. 
Benford Lumber Mnfg Co. saw mill. 
UOMAIt CHARLES V, Physician and 
Drugs. 



DEN FHAXKLIX. 

Population 500. On the G. C. & S. F. 
Ry. and on the North Sulphur river in 
Delta county, 12 J <2 miles from Cooper, the 
county seat. Has Baptist, Christian, 
Methodist Episcopal South and Presby- 
terian churches and a bank. Telegraph 
and telephone facilities. Exp., \V. F. & 
Co. W. B. Miller, postmaster. 
Barnett J M, physician. 
Ben Franklin Drug: Co. 
Ben Franklin Electric Light Co. 
Ben Franklin Gin Co, S H Edwards rangr, 

cotton gin. 
Boss C E, confectioner. 
Branch L A Mrs, hotel. 
Cameron F A, grocer and confectioner. 
Carlock Pros, genl store. 
Chiles W E, meats and fruits. 
Chiles W E Mrs, hotel. 
Coats W R, r r, cxp and tel agt. 
Duiiman M B, blacksmith. 
Edwards S H, coal. 
First State Pank (capital $10,000), W E 

Weldon pres. W N Miller cashr. 
Foster K H, cotton buyer. 
Foster's Telephone Exchange. 
Graves J F. genl store. 
Green F P & Co. hardware and lumber. 
Gross H C, cotton buyer. 
Gross J H, cotton buyer. 
Hays L H, drugs. 
Houston H C. restaurant. 
MoEntire H C. genl store. 
McFarling Alonzo C, physician. 
Miller C F, produce. 
Miller Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Miller H C. lawyer. 
Mil. I.Kit \V II, Registered Ncivs Agent 

and Postmaster. 
Miller Z M, flour mill. 
Mora C, confr. 

Morehcail Thomas R, physician. 
Morris D M, garage. 
Nanney YV F, tinner. 
Rogers S L, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Smith & Patterson, general store. 
Waller L H, cotton buyer. 
Wallers G L, cotton buyer. 
Wiggens B-H, men's furnishings. 



BEN IN A. 

Population 25. In San Augustine 
county, 20 miles south of San Augustine, 
the county seat and nearest banking 
point and 12 from Bronson, the nearest 
shipping point. Mail tri-weekly. 
Williams Thomas jr, grocer. 



BENJAMIN. 

Population 500. The judicial seat of 
Knox county is located on the K. C, M. & 
O. Ry., 32 miles west of Seymour. Has 
a bank, 2 hotels and a weekly newspaper, 
the Post. Telegraph and telephone facil- 
ities. Exp., Am. J. H. Atterbury, post- 
master. 

Adams, Tom, cattle breeder. 
ATTERBURY J H MERCANTILE CO, 

General Store. 
Beavers George H, phys and drugs. 
Bell R D, publr Benjamin Post. 
Benjamin Commercial Co, general store. 
Benjamin Post (weekly), R D Bell ptihlr. 
Burnett, Sams & Burnett, cattle breeders 
Coffman Lee, cattle breeder. 
Edge R E, blacksmith. 
First National Bank (capital $50,000), A 

H Sams pres, C H Burnett cashr. 
Hodge & Rouse, feed and grain. 
Hotel Hammer. 
King County Land and Cattle Co, cattle 

breeders. 
Patton Frank M, cattle breeder. 
Propps F H, hotel. 
Propps O D, confectioner. 
Quails H B, meats. 
West Texas Supply Co, hardware and 

furniture. 
Wooldridgc J C, lumber. 



BENOIT. 

Population 26. On the G. C. & S. F. Ry.. 
in Runnels county, S miles from Ball- 
inger, the county seat and banking point. 
Mail daily. W. T. Hill, postmaster. 
IIIL1. W T, Grocer. 

BENONINE. 

Population 200. On the C, R. I. & G. 
Ry., in Wheeler county. 20 miles from 
Wheeler, the countv seat. Has a bank. 
Tel.. W. V. Kxp., U. S. J. H. Andress, 
postmaster. 
ANDRESS J II, lUiilrnnd nnd Exnrens 

Agent, Dealer in Hides and Wool. 
Benonine Grain Co, V,' H Douglass mngr. 
Benonine State Bank (capital $13,000). J 

H Seright pres, W E Seright cashr. 
Burrow 6 W, general store. 
Haines John, junk 
Hill A H Lumber Co. 
Seright A W, live stock. 
Seright Bros, broom corn dealers. 
Seright J II, live stock. 
Smith J W, cattle breeder. 

BENTON. 

Population 200. In Atascosa county, 25 
miles northwest of Jourdanton, the 
county seat and 3 from Lytic, its banking 
and shipping point. Mail daily. J M Mc- 
Whorter, postmaster. 
HcW'HORTEH J M, Gcnernl Store. 
Nicholson R A. dentist. 
Randall W H, cotton gin. 
Tuerpe H R & F A, cattle breeders. 



BENTONVILLE. 

Population 50. On the T. M. Ry. in 
Jim Wells county, 7 miles east of Alice, 
the county seat and banking point. Z. S. 
Tower, postmaster. 
Britton Bros, cotton gin. 
Glennie J G, blksmith. 
Smith & McCord, genl store. 
Tower A M. general store. 
TOWER /. S, Postmaster. 



BEN WHEELER, 

Population 300. In Van Zandt county. 
13 miles southeast of Canton, the county 
seat, and 14 from Brownsboro. the near 
est shipping point. Has Baptist and 
Methodist churches, a bank and a weekly 
newspaper. Stage daily to E'rownsboro 
Telephone connection. E. L. Ansley. 
postmaster. 

Babbett H F, general store. 
Ben Wheeler Headlight (weekly), J M 

Reynolds publr. 
Bivin & Bro. blacksmith. 
Central Telephone Co. 
Cates T J. undertaker. 
FIRST STATE HANK (Cnnital $10,000), 

E H Youngblood Pres, O O Morris 

cashier. 
Howell J E & Co, confectionery. 
llumphreys-Youngblood & Co. general 

store. 
Johns & Jones, general store. 
Morris & Wells, general store. 
Reynolds J A, cotton gin. 
Reynolds J M, printer. 
Riley J J, confectioner. 
Sanders J F, general store. 
Stanger J B jr, general store. 
Tucker <ft Adrian, drugs. 
Wood George R, dry goods and grocer. 



BERCLAIR. 

Population 500. On the S. P. R. R., in 
Goliad county, 17 miles from Goliad, th 
county seat. Has Baptist, Catholic and 
Methodist churches and a bank. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. W. 
N. Arnold, postmaster. 
Arnold Bros, general store. 
ARNOLD W N, Confectioner and Pout 

master. 
Atchley F D. drugs. 
Berclafr Mercantile Co, general store and 

hardware. 
Berclair State Lank (capital $20,000), C 

E' Lucas pres. Otho Baxter cashr. 
Brown W C, ha rnessmaker. 
Harding & Diebel, general store. 
Lucas Cyrus B. cuttle breeder. 
Lucas R P, cattle breeder. 
Wilkinson R P, blacksmith. 



BERGHEIM. 

Population 25. In Kendall county. 
10 M; miles from Boerne, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. Andreas Engel, postmaster. 
•JNCUL ANDREAS, General Store, Cotton 

Gin and Ranch. 



BERING. 

Population 50. On the H. E. & W. T. 
R. R., in Polk county, 13 miles from Liv- 
ingston, the county seat, and 3 from 
Moscow, the nearest banking point. Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. C. 
H. Duncan, postmaster. 
DUNCAN CHARLES H, General Store, 

Cotton Gin and Grist Mill. 



BERMUDA. 

Population 48. In Dimmit county, 9 
miles from Carrizo Springs, the county 
seat and banking point and 6U from 
Brundage, the nearest shipping point. 
Mail daily. Mrs. J. J. Thompson, post- 
master. 

Dunlap W W, cattle breeder. 
Micks J L, onion grower. 
Ivy Arthur, onion grower. 
McDonald J L, onion grower. 
Taylor J S, strawberry grower. 
Thompson Georgia, general store. 
THOMPSON J J Sirs, Postmaster. 
Tomlinson James, truck grower. 



BERNARDO. 

A rural postoffice in Colorado county, 
12 miles northeast of Columbus, the 
county seat and banking point, and 9 
from Elleyton, its shipping point. Mail 
daily. 



BERTRAM. 

Population 500. On the H. & T. C. Ry.. 
in Burnet county, 10 miles southeast of 
Burnet, the county seat. Has a bank and 
a newspaper. Tel , W. U. Exp., W. F. 
& Co. Telephone connection. 
Bailey C J. tailor and jeweler. 
Bailey F •(>., general store. 
Barton Bros, general store. 
Bertram Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Bertram Rural Tele], hone Union. 
Bostic R J. garage. 
Chance J W, meats. 
Edens Harris L, physician. 
Fry & Walker, drugs. 

Gihbs C L. hardware and blacksmith. 
Griffith Lumber Co. 
Landrum M C, drugs. 
Newton G A. confectioner. 
Pearce G W, hardware and furniture. 
Potts & Ater Pros, genl store. 
REED T S & SON, General Store nnd 

Ban leers. 
Ross & Pope, restaurant. 
Stearns Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Sylvester & Lohinann. blacksmiths. 
Taylor T J & Co, wagons and harness. 
Ussery M L & Sons, grocers. 
Wood E M, physician. 

BERWICK. 

Population 35. On the G. T. & W. Ry. 
in Jack county, 7 miles from Jacksboro, 
the county seat and banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. S. R. Edmondson, post- 
master. 

Easter T M, cotton gin. 
EDMONDSON S It, Gcnernl Store. 
Holmes N T, blacksmith. 



BESSMAY. 

Population 800. On the G. C. & S. F. 
and Frisco Lines in Jasper county, 35 
miles from' Jasper, the county seat and 
15 from Kirbyville, the nearest banking 
point. Tel., VV. U. : Exp.. U. S. and W. F. 
& Co. Telephone connection. E. W. 
Barksdalo. post master. 
IJARKSDAI.E !•; xv. PofttmnHtcr. 
Black George T. r r, exp and tel agt. 
Kiiliy Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs and 

genl store. 
Masterson J P. physician. 

Ogden , physician. 

Slater W P., meats. 



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Population 25. In Anderson county, 22 
miles northwest of Palestine, the county 
seat,, banking: and shipping: point. Mail 
daily. 

Bronson C B,- genl store. 
Derden M J, senl store. 
Glenn J G, genl store. 



DETTIE. 

Population 250. On the St. L. S. W. 
Ry| in Upshur county, 6 miles from Gil- 
mer, the county seat. Has a Methodist 
Episcopal .South church and a hank. 
Tel., \V. L*. ; Exp., W. F. & Co. Telephone 
connection. Mrs. Mattie T. Vaughan, 
postmaster. 

Adams & Gipsem, grocers. 
Anderson Bros, genl store. 
Anderson I W, r r, exp and tel agt. 
Bagley \V H. cotton gin and flour mill. 
Carter W 1, c;enl store. 
First State Bank. 
Johnson & Parrish, cotton gin and saw 

mill. 
Nelson T ,1. genl store 
Sewell J I), blacksmith. 
Sjiencer W L,, cotton gin and (lour mill. 
Stracener & Parrish, cotton gin. 
Taylor p A, drugs. 
Taylor George A, physician. 
VAVGHAX MATTIE 'I' >IKS, Postmaster, 



BEVERLY. 

A rural postollice in Briscoe county, 
24 miles from Silverton, the county seat 
and banking point and 25 from Tulia. the 
nearest shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Emma I. Jackson, postmaster. 
Morris Wiley, cattle breeder. 



IHARDSTOWX. 

Population 100. In Lamar county. 11 
miles from Paris, the county seat, bank- 
ing and shipping point, with which it is 
connected by daily mail stage. Tele- 
phone connection. Sarah E. Lentz, post- 
master. 

Biard & Johnston, blacksmiths and un- 
dertakers. 
Biardstown Store Co. genl store. 
Clem G C, cotton gin. 
Cross S S, genl store. 
LENTZ SARAH E, Postmaster. 
Smith JLee & Bro, genl store and drugs. 



BIG CREEK. 

Population 300. On the G. C. & S. F. 
By. in Liberty county, 40 miles north 
of Liberty, the county seat and 14 from 
Cleveland, the nearest banking point. 
Mail daily. 
Liberty Hardwood Lumber Co, lumber 

mnfrs. 
Southwestern Hotel Co, C H Turner 

mngr, genl store. 

BIG FOOT. 

Population 200. In Frio county, 23 
miles from Pearsall, the county seat 
and 8 from Pevine, the nearest banking 
and shipping point. Maii daily. Lizzie 
Thomas, postmaster. 
Bush J T, genl store. 
Pixon R E, meats. 



Massengale .1 F. blacksmith. 
Mixon George K, genl store. 
Moure Ted, confr. 
Taylor & Roche, cotton gin. 
THOMAS J.l/./.li;, Postmaster. 
Wade .1 P, cattle breeder. 
Whitakcr A. physician. 

BIG HILL,. 

Population 125. In Limestone county. 
11 miles from Groesheck, the county seat 
and !» from Thornton, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. Telephone con- 
nection. Wm. T. A. Kilpatrick, post- 
master. 

Cooper & Moffett. confectioners. 
Eprason & Leach, genl store. 
Jackson J M, blacksmith. 
KII.IAI'ltlCK WM T A, fluid-taker am] 

Flour Mill. 
Leach R X, physician. 
Munger Gin Co. cotton gin. 
Seawright A H, genl store. 



IIIG LAKE. 

Population 30. On the K. C. M. & O. 

Ry. in Reagan county, 17 miles from 

Stiles, the county seat. Has a bank. 

Stage daily to Stiles, fare $2. Tel., W. 

U. ; Exp., Am. James P. Nairn, post- 
master. 

Anderson R G & Son, genl store. 

Evans J G, garage. 

First State Bank of Big Lake. 

Holliman . r r, exp and tel agt. 

Lucas M P. soft drinks. 

Nairn Pavid. hotel. 

XAllt.V JAMES I> CVnlni .&- Xnirnl, Tele- 
phone Exchange and Postmaster. 

Nairn & Nairn, general store 

Sanders C C, cattle breeder. 

Schneeman Bros, cattle breeders. 

Thorp I O, restaurant. 

BIG LUMP. 

Population 400. On the I. ,<;• G. N. Ry., 
in Milam county, 15 miles from Cam- 
eron, the county seat and 4U from Rock- 
dale, the nearest banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. E . A. Pavton, post- 
master. 
American Lignite Briquette and Mining 

Co. 
Big Lump Gin Co, cotton gin. 
Big Lump Mining Co, coal mine. 
BIG LUMP TRADING CO, E A Pnyton 

Mngr, General Store and 1'roduce. 



BIG SA.VDY. 

Population 1.200. On the T. & P. and 

St. L. S. W. Rys., in Upshur county. 12 

miles from Gilmer, t lie county seat. Has 

2 banks, saw mills, planing mill, cotton 

gin and a weekly newspaper, the Times. 

Telegraph and telephone facilities. Exp.. 

W. F. & Co. G. A. Tohill. postmaster. 

Arp & Morris (V Arp, H H Morris), liv- 
ery. 

Beck P, agt W F & Co Exp. 

BIG SANDY PROSPERITY CLUB, H I) 
Campbell Sec. 

Big Sandy Times (weekly), Alvin O'Bryan 
publr. 

Birdwell Hotel, Mrs N T Birdwell propr 

Bunch H S. physician. 

Campbell H P. hardware. 



Continental State Bank (capital $20,000), 
J G Wilkinson pres. .1 G Key vice- 
pres, W L Perdue cashr. 

Pial II C. physician. 

FARMERS' STATE BANK OF BIG 
SIMM THE (Capital 315,000). .1 M 
Mings Pres. J A Yaughan Vice-Pres, 
LT Mings Cashr. (See adv below.) 

Ferrell G C, drugs. 

FOX F C, I'rour Vox lintel ISc-e mill. 

FOX HOTEL, F C F<iv Propr i >«• ndv 
below). 



Choice Rooms 50c per day Opposite I'liioo Depot 

u/w J 7 ox Jrote/ 

F. C. FOX, Proprietor 

European Plan Cafe in Connection 
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Fox P L, general store. 

Gorman W C &: Co (W C Gorman. Daly 

Beck), et-neral store. 
Hart J P, lawyer. 

HOLLAND \V .1. Jii-il.t- of the Pence. 
Kay A D, meats. 
Kay A G, insurance apt. 
Kay S P, cotton gin. 
Kelly T J, general store. 
King- J T, grocer. 
Meason J R. grocer. 
MINGS J 31, Pres Tbe Farmers* Slate 

Pank of Big Sandy. < £ce adv ..-low . i 
MINGS L T, t'n.-t;ir The Fn rmt rs* State 

Bank of Big Sandy. (See adv below.) 
Mings W* P, general store and grain. . 
O'Bryan Alvin, publr Big Sandy "Times. 
Perdue W L, cashr Continental State 

Bank. 
Phelps A \Y, general store. 
Protho T P. hardware. 
Shepperd J P. grocer. 
STAKCKl^'S DRUG AND JKHELRV 

STORK, E P Starke Propr tSee adv 

below ). 



Siarcke's Drug and 
Jewelry Store 

E. P. STARCKE, Pkopb^icb 

Try our Candies and Sods Water 

DBALEK IN 

DRUGS, PATENT MEDICiNES, JEWELRY 

TOILET ARTICLES 

DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES 

STATIONERY, PERIODICALS 

CUTLERY, PAINTS. VARNISHES, OILS 

ETC. 

We Cater to the Parcel Post Business 

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Tohill G A. postmaster. 

VAliGHAX J A. Vlce-I'rca The Furmern - 

State Bank of Big Sandy. 'See adv 

below.) 






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The Bank of the People, by the People and for the People, The Only Local Bank Financed by 

Local Capital, Foreign Collections Solicited, 



J. M. MINOS, SR., President. 



L. T. IVIIINGS, Cashier. 



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ALEX. A. HART & CO. 

PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS 

Carter Building HOUSTON 

AUDITS MODERN ACCOUNTING AND COST SYSTEMS 




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Big Sandy 



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Williams II A, r r ana tel airt. 
Wood J G ( hardware. 



nin spri.vg. 

Population 4,500. An incorporated eit\ 

on the T. & P. Ry.. 107 miles west of 

Abilene, in Howard county, of which 

it is the county seat. Has Baptist, t'ath 

olic, Christian, Episcopal, Methodist 

and Presbyterian churches. a fine liotel 

3 banks. 2 weekly newspaper, the Enter- 
prise and the Herald. Also has one of 
" the largest and best laundries in the 

■west. The Western Telephone Co. ha; 

its headquarters here and the T. & T 

Ry. shops which are located here em 

ploy about 300 men. Cotton, grain and 

livestock are the principal shipments. 

Exp., \V. F. & Co.. Tel.. YV. U. Telephone 

connection. George II. Sparrenberg, 

postmaster. 

Ambrose Chauncey D, fire insurance. 

Arnold Fred, lunch room. 

Arnold Henry B, tinner. 

Baggett James A. sheriff and tax col- 
lector. 

Bailey Anderson, county assessor. 

Bainbridge S 1), abstracts, 

Barnett Wm C, physician. 

UIG SPRING COMMERCIAL CLUB 
George II Sparrenberg Sec. 

Big Spring Fuel Co. Abney & Price 
proprs. 

BIG SPUING GARAGE AND REPAIR 
WORKS, J T Poindexter Mngr. Dealers 
in Auto Tires and Accessories. All 
Kinds of Repair Work Done, All Work 
Done by Professional and Competent 
Men, P O Box 551, Phone 367. 

Big Spring Ice and Mnfg' Co, L F Nail 
pres and mngr, Deo Nail sec-treas. 

Bit; SPRING MACHINE SHOP, J F 
Powell & Son Proprs. General Black- 
smiths and Woodworkers. Horseshoe- 
ing, Planing, Da the and Auto Work. 

Big Spring Plumbing Co, Edward W 
Covert propr. 

BIG SPRING STEAM LAUNDRY, L C nnd 
E Holdsclaw Proprs, Largest and Best 
Laundry Anywhere in the West. Com- 
mercial Tiade a Specialty, cor First 
and Scurry. 

Biles R- Gentry (John D Biles, Thomas 
M Gentry), drugs. 

Blalack Frank B, notions. 

Bonner Wm P, dry goods and clothing. 
.BROOKS JAMES T, Altorncj-iit-I.aw, 
Collections a Specialty. 

BROWN GUY C, AiiMhing In Tailoring;, 
Phone 355. 

Brown G L & Son. cattle breeders. 

Burton-Lingo Co (Ft Worth), Gib Jack- 
son mngr, lumber. 

Cain Silas G. physician. 

Caubh- Frank L, livestock. 

Christian Daniel W, livestock. 

Coffee Richard C. grocer. 

COOK ELMO E, Dyeing, (leaning, Press- 
ing, Clothing Made to Order, Work 
Called for and Delivered, 200 Scurry, 
Phone 3S2. 

Cook & Campbell (Robert D Cook, James 
Campbell), tailors. 

Crawford James H. laundry. 

Davenport Henry R, county attorney. 

Davis Samuel 1*3, planing mill. 

Deats Louis T, mayor. 

Douthitt E W. cattle breeder. 

Dreeben Solomon, milliner. 

Edwards W P, cattle breeder. 

Ellington Elza O, dentist. 

Enterprise The (weekly), W V Ervin 
publr. 

Ervin Win V, publr The Enterprise. 

FIDELITY AND DEPOSIT CO OF 
.MARYLAND, C D Ambrose Agt. 

FIRST NATIONAL HANK" THE (Cap- 
ital $50,000. Surplus and Undivided 
Profits 5150.000), J I McDowell Pres, 
R C Sanderson Vice-Pres, A E Pool 
Cashr, United States Depository. 

First State Bank Tho (capital S3'5,000). 
C D Head pres, L T Deals vice-pres, 
T S Currie cashr. 

Fisher .1 ,^ w line). \V Fisher pres, 
Albert Fisher treas, Bernard Fishei 
sec. general store. 

Flowers Bros (Richard B and Wm J). 
meats. 

Gallcmore Albeit J, baker. 

Garrett W m J, dry goods and clothing 

Gary Frank F, general store. 



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Gibson James < >. cleaner and presse 

Green James P. notions. 

Grittice G D ,(i Son, blacksmiths 

Grisham Thomas F. lawyer. 

Gulley Ernest W. mngr W U Tel Co. 

Hall A G Saddlery Co (Alfred G and 

Samuel H Hall). 
Happel Edward II, dentist 
Hardin II H & Co (Ft Worth). F M 

Hardin mngr, lumber. 
Harris I. eon, dry goods. 
Hathoock Samuel A. confr. 
Herald Tile (weekly), Jordan & .Hay 

den publrs. 
Hill Dart S, grocer 
Holdsolaw I. i" and E (Dilmon C and 

Emma), proprs Big Spring Steam 

Laundry. 
Holt C Ivy. physician. 
Horn John C, restaurant. 
Hotel Cole. Mrs G L Pancoast propr 
Howard County Abstract Co, A C 

Walker see. 
Johnson House, F S Miley propr. 
Johnson T H Land Co (Thomas H John 

son). 
Johnston John, jeweler. 
Johnston Wm F. physician. 
Jones Bros (Fiank and Burill O) 

cers. 
Jordan & Hayden (T E Jordan, 

Hayden), publrs The Herald. 
Lacey Oscar T, insurance. 
Lightfoot Thomas M, county survevor. 
Lightfoot & Landes (A 51 Lightfoot 

Jacob Landes). coal and wood. 
LITTLER <& PENIV (John 11 Littler, 

Stephen A l'enix), A ttorueys-a t-Law 

and Insurance. 
Lyric Theatre, J M Robb propr. 
McDonald A P & Co (Alexander P Mc- 
Donald. John Roberts), shoes and 

men's furnishings. 
McDowell L S, cattle breeder. 
McDowell L S jr, cattle breeder. 
Magnolia Petroleum Co, Sterling Price 

agt. 
Morgan James E, general contractor 
Morris Charles F, feed. 
Morrison & Morrison (Stephen H and 

Matthew HI, lawyers. 
Morton Sell R, house furnishings. 
Nee] Joseph B, livery. 
Orr Wm O, blacksmith. 
Park Irvin H, jeweler. 
Parramore D D, cattle breeder. 
Patty Robert P, grocer. 
Penix Stephen A, county judge 

supt of schools. 
Pierce-Fordyce Oil Assn, Fred Boaid- 

man a^t. 
Poindexter James T. mngr Big Spring 

Garage and Repair Works. 
Pool Bros (Frank Pool), erocers and 

feed, 
Powell J F & Son (John F and Charles 

C). proprs Big Spring Machine Shop. 
Priehard James I, county and district 

clerk. 
Purser Wm It. county treas. 
Quinn J T, cattle breeder. 
Radford J W Grocery Co (Abilene), J E 

Friley mngr. wholesale grocers. 
Reagan Burney, drugs. 
Retail Merchants' Assn, B Reagan pres, 

P G Stones vice-pres, Wm Fisher 

treas. Miss Barbara 10 Bauer sec, 
Rix Furniture and Undertaking Co, 

Harvey L Rix pres, B C Rix vice-pres, 

Jed A Rix sec-treas. 
Robb Jennie M. confr. 
Roberts W T. cattle breeder, 
Robinson Bros (John W Robinson), liv- 
ery. 
Sale T Rufus. meats. 
Smith Isaac E. physician. 
Smith T I & Co (Thomas J Smith, Ster- 
ling Price), drayage. 
Stephens Zachariah R, real estate. 
Stewart Hotel, G W Reid propr. 
Stewart & Gates (Daniel Stewart, G T 

Gates), grain. 
Stokes-Hughes Co. Ed S Hughes pres. 

P G Stokes sec-treas, hardware and 

implements, 
Su.ne Samuel 
Stripling Fox, 
Texas Co The 
Thompson H .T. restaurant 
True G S. physician. 
Tunstill Wm A, real estate. 
Ward ,T L Jewelry and Drug Co, J 

Ward pres. 



and 



drayage. 
iral estate. 
Thomas Ashley agt, oils. 




Ward Wm 
Exp. 

\\ arnoek & I.on.lany (Calvin Warnock, 
Raymond Loudamy), restaurant. 

Wasson A L Drug Co (Albert I, Was- 
son). 

WEST TEXAS ELECTRIC CO. TlionuiH 
Trammel! Pres. 10 o Wedge Vice-Pres 
and Mngr, ,1 C Thompson Sec and 
Treas, Frank 10 Whipple Locnl Mngr. 

WEST 'FIONAS NATIONAL II \ N K THE 

(Capital $50,000, Surplus $30. )), G I. 

Brown Pres, W P Edwards Vice- Pres, 
K D Matthews Cashr. 

WESTERN AUTO COMPANY (Will 10 
Carnrike. Fred Mitchell), General Re- 
pair Work, Lathe Work Given Spe- 
cial Attention. -Work Guaranteed. 
Phone 245. 

Western Hotel. Albert I! Wetsel propr. 

WESTERN TELEPHONE CO THE. (' I, 
Alderman Pres and General Mngr, 
Chris Scharbauer Vice-Pres, R J Comp- 
ton Sec-Treas. Local and Long Dis- 
tance Service. 

Western Windmill Co Tne (Midland), R 
L Perminter mngr. 

Whipple Frank E, local mngr West 
Texas Electric Co. 

Willis Major D, photogr. 

Wills Benjamin F. agt Texas and Pacific 
Ry. 

Winters Furniture and Undertaking Co 
(Samuel M Winters). 

Wood Owen L, grocer. 

Wooten II O Grocer Co (Abilene). S I, 
Bacon mngr, wholesale grocers. 

Wright * Campbell (James G Wright. 
Matthew 10 Campbell), physicians. 

Young Men's Christian Assn. .1 10 Mor- 
ris sec. 

BIG SOU A RE. 

A rural postofflce in Castro county, 
20 miles southwest of Dimmit the 
county seat, and 41 from Hereford, the 
usual shipping point. Mail, semi- 
weekly. 



BIGWELLS. 

Population 150. On the S. A.. U. & G. 

Ry.. in Dimmit county. 31 miles from 

Carrizc Springs, the county seat. Has 

a bank. Telegraph and telephone facil- 
ities. Exp., W. F. & Co. C. D. Mc- 

Carley, postmaster. 

Bank of Big Wells (capital $1(1. 000), Wm 
Mc.Murry pres. F F Petty cashr. 

Big Wells Grain Co. 

Dig Wells Record (weekly), V V Vin- 
son publr. 

Carnahan II W. general store and drugs. 

Goodman II Co. general store. 

Hall R T, meats. 

McCARLEY' C D, General Store. 

Mayhew-Isbell Lumber Co, 

Meredith X B, hotel. 

Moeder L E. r r. exp and tel agt. 

Pioneer Mercantile Co. general store. 

Strait Bros, cattle breeders. 

Trammell Robert H. cattle breeder. 

Vinson V V, publr Big Wells Record. 



BIRO. ME. 

A rural postofflce in Hill county, ," 
miles from Mount Calm, the nearest 
banking and shipping point. Mail, daily. 
Christian & Archer, cotton gin. 
Davis & Pyburn, general store. 

BIRTHRIGHT. 

Population 150. In Hopkins county, 
10 miles from Sulphur Springs, the 
county seal, banking and shipping point. 
Has Christian and Methodist churches. 
Telephone connection. A. G. Hargls, 
postmaster. 

Birthright D B, general store. 
HARC1S A (.'. General Store, 
Marrs M C physician. 

Milligan W S, cotton gin and tlour mill. 
Palmer J F. blacksmith. 
Re' Wm, g:oce. and drugs. 

BISHOP, 

'opulatlon 1,500, On th<> si L. P. .*;• M 
Ry., in Nueces county, :n miles south- 
west of Corpus Chvlsll, (tie count* seat, 
nd 125 north ,,f Brownsville. Bishop 
is one of tin newest towns in the stale 
and probablv has outgrown all other 



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"Texas 

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Printing 

Machinery 

Largest 
Linotype 

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House in 

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Houston, Texas 



THE WAGNER. SAND CO. 



SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS 



Miners of pure Silica Sand. We get it out of a dry river bed— cleaned by waters. Absolutely 
clean— needs no washing or screening as it is free from dirt or gravel. Price no higher than common sand. 



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R. L. POLK & CO'S (1914) 



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HOUSTON, TEXAS. 

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towns of its age. The town was found- 
ed in 1910 and now has all the modern 
Improvements. It is surrounded on all 
sides by a fine area of black farming 
lands, well adapted to raising com, 
cotton, citrous fruits, winter vege- 
tables, livestock, poultry and dairying. 
Nature has been profuse in blessing this 
section with a rich soil and a splendid 
climate. The country is mainly 'unde- 
veloped and here are splendid oppor- 
tunities for the industrious homeseeker. 
Bishop has good churches and schools, 
2 banks, a Weekly newspaper, 2 cotton 
gins, and a number of modern 
stores. Tel., W. IT., Exp., W. F. 
Charles H. Jones, postmaster. 
Ambler A M, meats. 
Appleby L IS, city attorney 
Arnold J W, insurance. 
Baird & Lane (W J Baird, J S Lane) 

grocers. 
Bank of Bishop (unincorporated), Clark 

Pease pros," Myron A Pease cashr. 
Bettge & Barker I Bruno Bettge, L 

Barker), real estate. 
BISHOP COMMERCIAL CM II, A 

Smith Sec. 
Bishop Concert Band, John Sefeik di- 
rector. 
Ei'shop-Corpus Land Co, D W Taylor 

mngr. 
Bishop F Z, lumber and real estate. 
Bishop Hardware Co (R Moser, M Lan- 
caster). 
Bishop Hotel, Peterson & Smith proprs 
Bishop Ice and Cotton Co (capital $31,- 

500), M Nuckols mngr. 
Bishop Lumber Co, O P Knipp mngr. 
Bishop Machine Shop, H W Leslie propr. 
BISHOP NEWS (weekly), Bishop Print 
ing Co Publrs (See adv below). 



retail 
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BISHOP PRINTING COMPANY 
PUBLISHERS 

High Class Printers 

Bishop, Texas 



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Bishop Poultry Yards, Frank Clayton 

mngr. 
BISHOP PRINTING CO, Zenns Deer 

Mngr, Publrs Bishop News (See adv). 

Bishop Telephone Co, .1 A Jones propr. 

Bishop Water and Klectric Co (capital 
$50,000), F Z Bishop pres. C J Mac- 
manus vice-pres, H T Ellsworth sec, 
E A Bishop treas. 

Boswell & Hatchings (C S Bos well, C J 
Hatchings), real estate. 

Cage Mercantile Co (F J and T C Cage), 
general store, 

DEER ZENVS, Mngr BImIiop Printing 
Co and City Commissioner. 

Elliott W F jr. real estate. 

First State Bauk of Bishop (capital $25.- 
000), J H Herron pres, J Hirsch vice- 
pres, Bert E Kinder cashr. 

Flinn E A, general store. 

Gulf Refining Co (Houston), Bettge & 
Barker agis. 

Hall H W, grocer. 

Hall Robert R. mayor. 

Hardin L B, drugs. 

Harrell A A, grocer. 

Harris Lumber Co (Pallas), T R Pri- 
deaux mngr. 

Jackson R J, baker. 



Jenkins C J, transfer. 

Johnson W L. dry goods and clothing. 

Jones Charles H, postmaster 

[fee & Oerden Realty Co (E H Kee 
W E Derden).. 

Kersten J R Mrs. milliner. 

Lamkin P W, feed, fuel and ice. 

Magnolia Petroleum Co, Moore Lancaster 
agt. 

Michalk & Weihs Realty Co. 

Mick & Jennings (IV M Mick, J W Jen- 
nings), restaurant. 

Moor* Dry Goods Co (Rockport). W T 
Cox mngr, dry goods and grocers. 

Orl ion Theatre, J W Dalton propr. 

Pearce O A, real estate. 

Peoples Gin Co, M Salter mngr. 

Prideaux & Geiselbrecht (T R Prideaux, 
A H Geiselbrecht), notions. 

Shaver J M, r r tel and exp agt. 

Sims W R, drugs. 

Southland Dairy, Thomas Moudy propr. 

Sparks & Traweek Supply Co (W F 
Sparks, W R Traweek), Turn, hard- 
ware, etc. 

Sturgis W E, physician. 

Texas Co The, J W Arnold agt. oils. 

Tritt W E, jeweler and optician. 

AVard Jeremiah jr. physician. 

Williams Bros (Charies and Theodore), 
meats. 

Williams J H, real estate. 

Williams Minor L, physician. 

Winslow & Johnson (D J Winslow, Joe 
Johnson), tailors. 



BIVINS. 

Population 150. On the T. & P. Rv„ in 
Cass county, 33 miles south of Texar- 
kana. Has a bank. Tel., W. U.; Exp., 
W. F. & Co. Telephone connection. 
Adcock G J, general store. 
Clark R E, general store. 
Davis J A M, grocer and feed. 
FARMERS' <£ MERCHANTS' BANK, E T 

Page Pres, T J Wheeler Jr Cashr. 
Grittin M A, general store. 
Jones 1 >, general store. 
McDonald E P, general store. 
McDuffie L G. general store. 
McDullie T S jr. general store, cotton gin 

and grist mill. 
Nelson J W Mrs. general store. 
Rarnho Bros, cotton gin and grist mill. 
Roquemore K R, cotton gin and grist 

mill. 
Sheppard J C, general store. 

BLACK. 

A county postofflce on the P. & N. T. 
Ry., in Parmer county, 33 miles from 
Farweil, the county seat, and 7 from 



Adcock S E, genl store. 

Hall Sisters, grocers and notions. 

Moore W N, genl store. 

BLAKE. 

A country postofflce in Brown county, 
25 miles from P.rownwoud. (he countv 
seat am! S from Rising Star, the usual 
banking and shipping point. J. S. Wil- 
liams, postmaster. 
Bagnell O A. genl store. 
Dinsman J F, cotton gin. 
Shankle J C. genl store. 
WILLIAMS J s, Biiu-kNiuitii and Wagon- 
maker. 



1II.AKENEY. 

Population 250. In Red River county. 
19 miles from Clarksville, the county 
seat -and usual shipping point and 12 
from Valliant, Okla., the usual banking 
point. W. K. Snell, postmaster. 
Blakeney Gin Co, cotton gin. 
SNELL W K, Geucral Store. 

IILALOCK. 

A country postollice in Titus county, 
15 miles from Mount Pleasant, the coun- 
ty seat, banking and shipping point. 
Yates C N, genl store. 

BLANCHARD. 

Population 50. On the B. ,<t G. N. Ry. 
in Polk county, 8 miles from Livingston, 
the county seat and banking point. Tele- 
phone connection. Kit Williams jr., 
postmaster. 
Austin B A. apiarist. 

BLANCHARD MERCANTILE CO, Kit 
Williams Jr Mngr, General Store, Pro- 
duce, Wood. Etc. 
McClanahan Frank, blacksmith. 
McClanahan L F, timber contractor. 
Whisenhant T E. sorghum mill 
Williams Kit jr, railroad agt. 



Friona, the nearest banking 
Bakei', postmaster. 



point. J. 



BLACKWELL. 

Population 400. On the K. C, M. & 
O. Ry., in Nolan county, 31 miles south- 
east of Sweetwater, the county seat. Has 
Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian 
churches and a bank. Tel., \V. U. ; Exp., 
Am. Telephone connection. J. A. Hays, 
postmaster. 
Black-well Drug Co. 
Bolin & Carlisle, general store. 
Davis & Lackey, hardware and grain. 
Farmers' Hardware Co. 

i"IRST STATE BANK (Cupltnl $25,000), 
\V C Shamblin Pres, L T Youngblood 
Cashr. 
Fulton H W, drugs. 
Hays J A, postmaster. 
Hunt W P, grocer. 
Hutchison John, restaurant. 
Jones W C & C C, livery. 
Lee J V, r r exp and tel agt. 
McDonald B L, cotton gin 
Porter H C, grocer. 
Ratliff O M, confectioner. 
Reed J W &. Co, genl stoie. 
Sanderson J T, blacksmith. 
Sligcr Hotel. 
Sliger J I, blacksmith. 

South Texas Lumber Co, C B Coe mngr. 
Star Hotel. 
Youngblood & Cox, tailors. 

BLAIR. 

Population 50. On the G. C. & S. F. Ry. 
in Taylor county, fi'/s miles from Merkel, 
the nearest bank location. Tel., W. I'. : 
Exp., W. F & Co. Telephone connection 



BLANCO. 

Population 500. In Blanco count}-. 15 
miles south of Johnson City, the county- 
seat and 3S from San Marcos, its ship- 
ping point. Has Baptist, Campbellite 
and Methodist churches, a bank and a 
weekly newspaper, the Blanco Courier. 
Stages daily to San Marcos ami tri- 
weekly to Johnson City. Telephone con- 
nection. Lee Brown, poslmasti r. 
Alexander & Speer. drugs. 
BLANCO COL'KIEK (Weekly), L«e 

Brown Publisher. 
Blanco National Bank (capital S25.000), 

G W Wall pres. C E Crist cashr. . 
Blanco Roller Mills & Cotton Gin Co. 
BROWN LEE, Printer an.! Publisher 

Blanco Courier. 
Busy Bee Confectionery Co, grocers and 

restaurant. 
Cage J J, genl store. 
Cage & Friesch, cotton gin. 
Comparet Edwin, grocer and dry goods. 
Crist Charles E. auto supplies. 
Crist R C & Son, grocers. 
Crist & Fulcher, hardware. 
Edwards George D. physician. 
Edwards J H, dentist. 
Fulcher R L. physician. 
Hamilton Rose, millinery. 
Lindeman Ed ,*i Son, genl store. 
Mellingcr Victor, dry goods. 
Patterson Andy, notions. 
Reeve J R, physician. 
Seiler & Koch, blacksmiths. 
Wall G W, furniture. 
Woods & McCullough, blacksmiths. 
Wright & Byron, garage. 

BLANCONIA. 

Population 200. in Bee county, 22 
miles from Beeville, the county seat 
and 13 from Refugio, the nearest bank- 
ing and shipping point. His Baptist, 
Catholic and Methodist churches. Tele- 
phone connection. M. McGuill, postmas- 
ter. 

Beeville-RefuglO Telephone Co, M Mc- 
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Jetei ,\- Co. genl store. 
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I!1,A\D. 
A rural postodioe in Bell county, 15 ] i 
miles from Helton, the county seat, 
banking and shipping point. Telephone 
connection. J. E. Trimmier, postmaster 
TKIMMIER J E, General Store. 



BIASDLAKE. 

Population 50. On the G. C. & S. Fe 
Ry. in San Augustine county. 5 miles 
from Ran Augustine, the county seat and 
banking- point. 
Bland & Fisher I, umber Co, lumber 

mnfrs. 
Hasley J C, grocer and notions. 
Rose Pine Lumber Co, lumber mnfrs. 
Ware N W, g-enl store. 



BLANKET. 

Population SUO. On the Ft. W. & R. 
G. R. R. in Brown county, 1(» miles from 
Brownwood, the county seat. Has 5 
churches, 2 banks and a weeklv news- 
paper, the Blanket Signal. TeL \V. U. ; 
Exp., U. S. Telephone connection. Clif- 
ford Smith, postmaster. 
Baker T F, genl store. 
Blanket Milling Co, Hour mill. 
Blanket Signal (weekly), G C Skinner 

publr. 
Blanket State Bank (capital $13,000), 

Pink Anderson pres, Alvin Richmond 

cashr. 
Blanket Telephone Co, F S Smith mngr. 
Bowden W J, tinner. 
Boyer D H, restaurant. 
Boyer H M, harness and hardware. 
Brashear Fannie Mrs, milliner. 
Cartwright J F. blacksmith. 
Cobb David P, physician. 
Continental State Hank (capital SCO, 000). 

J G Wilkinson pres, W T Smith cashr. 
Day Earl, meats. 

Dean , r r, cxp and tel agt. 

Higginbotham <<:• Williams Co, genl store. 

Hise Bros, grocers. 

Lane H G. physician and drugs. 

McBride Hote?. 

Reeves J B, notions. 

Richmond & Alien, drugs. 

Skinner G C. publr Blanket Signal. 

SMITH CI.II'FOIU), rostnui.xtcr. 

Swartz Annie Mrs, milliner. 

White & Leatherwood, grocers and farm 

implements. 
Witt T N, blacksmith and jeweler. 
Yantis Lee B, physician. 

m.nAiiwoon. 

Population 100 On the Frisco Lines 
in Newton county. 12 miles from Newton. 
the county seat and 5 from Kirbyville, 
the nearest banking point. J. K. Wil- 
son, postmaster. 
WILSON J Iv. General Store, Cotton Gin 

and Grist Mill. 



Hartzog B, agt St Lr B & M Ky and W K 
& Co Exp. 

Kessler V W. genl store. 

Korf S J, agt (J 1! it S A Rv. 

I.OCAX J II, I-ostmiistcr. 

Logan J L & Sou. livery. 

Lohnes Elmer, publr Blessing News. 

Long J E. hardware and furniture. 

Love & Cobb, grain and agrl iniplts. 

Lucas C A, grocer. 

McCluhan J C. drugs. 

.Merchants & Planters' Lumber Co. 

Parkins L L Mrs. hotel. 

Percival W E, harness. 

Pierce J E, cotton gin and cattle breed- 
er. 

Price John T Lumber Co. 

Robertson G P., lawyer. 

Shurtz P Mrs. milliner. 

Ward Cattle Co. cattle breeders. 



BLISS. 

A country postofliee in Sterling coun- 
ty, 11 miles northeast of Sterling City. 
the county seat, banking and snipping 
point. Mail semi-weekly. 
Gopeland Bros, cattle breeders. 
Copeland T J, genl store. 
McKnight .S.- Son, cattle breeders. 



BLOCKER. 

Population 300. On the M. & E. T. Ry 
in Harrison county, 10 miles from Mar 
shall, the county seat and nearest bank 



Am. Tele 

Waterman. 



ing point. Tel., W. U. ; Exp., 

phone connection. W. M. 

postmaster. 

Mahon G D, physician. 

Million G D jr, physician. 

Saye E, r r. ex.p and tel agt. 

H'ATERMAX LUMUEIl CO, \V M Water 

man Vice-Pres and Genl Mngr, Lumber 

Manufacturers. 



BLEIBLEllVII.LE. 

Population 300. In Austin county, 15 
miles from Bellville, the county seat, 14 
from Brenham, the usual shipping point 
and 5 from Industry, the nearest bank- 
ing point. Telephone connection. Paul 
Albert, postmaster. 
AIDERT IMIL, General Store, Cotton 

Buyer, Product' and Saloon. 
Thrin J N. blacksmith. 
Webring Theo, cotton gin. 



BLESSING. 

Population 500. On the St. L. B. & M. 
and the G. H. * S. A. Itys. in Matagorda 
county, 20 miles west of Bay City, the 
county seat. Settled in 1004. Has Bap- 
tist and Presbyterian churches, a bank 
and a weekly newspaper, the Blessing 
News. Tel, W. U. ; Exp., W. F. & Co, 
Telephone connection. J. H. Logan, 
postmaster. 

Aikin K M Mrs, restaurant. 
Berry C A, dry goods. 
Blessing News (weekly), Elmer Lohnes 

publr. 
Blessing State Hank (capital $25,000), A 

B Pierce pres, C E Duller cashr. 
Curtis K D. physician. 
PIDKMTV AMI DEPOSIT CO OF 

MAKYI.AM), .lolin H Poach Agt. 
Garner B E Mrs, caltle breeder. 
Gynes Harry, meats. 
Harris W J, blacksmith. 



BLOOMDURG. 

Population 600. On the K. C. S. and 
T. A. & L. Rys. in Cass county, 25 miles 
east of Linden, the county seat and 20 1. 2 
miles south of Texarkana. Has a bank. 
Tel., W. U. ; Exp., W. F. & Co.. Tele- 
phone connection. R. H. Stuckey, post- 
master. 

Rarrington Annie, genl store. 
Bentley R Y, genl store. 
Brown & Frame, restaurant. 
Easters W I, genl store. 
Foster J C & Son. genl store. 
Griffin & Son. livery. 
Grogan & Son. hotel and livery. 
Jones H A, genl store. 
HERCHAXTS .M PLASTERS 1 BA\K 

(Capital $10,000), L F I'ettit Pres, J L 

Conlev Cashr. 
Oliver J M, genl stole. 

Patterson J It Mrs, furniture and feed. 
Pettit L F. genl store. 
Pritcbard M \V, genl store, gin and grist 

mill. 
Simons H A. drugs. 

STUCKEY It II A: into, General Store. 
Tidwell J A. gen) store. 
Whetstone E L, grocer and blacksmith. 

BLOOMING GIIOYE. 

Population 900. An incorporated vil- 
lage on the St. L S W Ry. in Navarro 
county, 1G miles west of Corsicana, the 
county seat. Has 2 gins, an oil mill, 
electric light plant, water works, 2 
hanks and a weekly newspaper, the 
Rustler; has a graded school, Methodist, 
Baptist, Presbyterian and Christian 
churches. The principal shipments are 
cotton and grain. Tel., W. CI.; Exp., W. 
F. & Co. Telephone connection. Alva 
P. Langston, postmaster. 
Alamo Hotel, Wm IJ Allen propr. 
Avery Joseph P, barnessmaker. 
Blooming Grove Cotton Oil Co, S A 
Roberts pres, .1 H Jones vice-prcs, J 
B Germany s<-c and treas. 
Blooming Grove Hardware Co, J M Grant 

pres, S W Grant sec and treas. 
Blooming Grove Lumber Co (J L Cox, C 

A Haden, W A High). 
Blooming Grove Mercantile Co, S A Rob- 
erts pros, It S Loyd vice-pres, R C 
Loyd sec and treas. grocers. 
Blooming Grove Rustler (weekly). Rich- 
ard w George publr. 



Blooming Grove State Bank (capital 

$20,000), .1 M Giant pres, J H Whorton 

and J A Smith vice-prests, R L Harris 

cashr. 
Brown John W, jeweler. 
Brown & McSween (George W Brown, 

F D McSween), grocers. 
Bryant John R, real estate and ins. 
Burns & Pierce (Dyke V Burns, W 

Pierce), men's furnishings and tailors. 
Butcher T II. blacksmith/ 
Citizens' Lumber Co. Frank P Cole mngr 
CITIZENS' NATIONAL BANK THE 

(Capital $25.0(10). M <; Young Pies, B 

F llartzell Viee-Pres. ft S Lovd Cashr. 
Dyer-Smith Dry Goods Co, George F 

Dyer propr. 
Bills H'm M, physician. 

Frederick <& Cra'btrce (Roderick E Fred- 
erick, Milton c Crabtreo), restaurant. 
Garrett J W, blacksmith. 
George John D, grocer. 
George Richard W. publr The Rustler. 
George Robert D. dry goods. 
George Thomas M. grocer. 
Griffin & Harris Co (L I Griffin, R L 

Harris), insurance. 
Haden-Smith Hardware Co, Joel H 

Haden pies, J 10 Walker vice-pres, J 

P Williford sec and treas. 
Hanson James, livery. 
Harris & Dillingham (Westley Harris 

Charles Dillingham), live stock and 

grain. 
Hilt John M, drugs. 
Home Light, Water & Ice Co (capital 

$30,000), J L Dorsev vice-pres, W A 

High sec and treas. 
Hooks David C, grocer. 
Ingram Wm G C, grocer. 
Johnson W T, blacksmith. 
Jones Alfred, horse breeder. 
Jones John B, cotton buver. 
Kelsey Calvert, osteopath. 
Langston Alva P, postmaster. 
McCormick Robert B. notions. 
McCormick Ai Stokes (L E McCormick, J 

Stokes), cotton gin. 
McCurdy Byron S, physician. 
Morgan & Harham (G Edward Morgan, 

Robert O Rarham), meats. 
Reed John M, drugs. 
Savage Redmond J, dentist. 
Smith James A, grocer. 
Southwestern Tel &■ Tel Co, Wm M 

Thompson mngr. 
Spurlock W Joseph, drugs. 
Stough Cleveland W, confectioner. 
Stubbs James S. dentist. 
Thompson Win M, mngr Southwestern 

Tel & Tel Co. 
Turk-Webb Dry Goods Co. W E Huffs- 

tutler pres, J L Dorsev vice-pres, F 

H Simpson see and treas. 
Wallace James A, cotton gin. 
Vvr-t rman Richard M r r. til and exn- 

agt. 
Whorton J H & Co (J H and E H Whor- 
ton 1, furniture and undertakers 
Wilkinson J Arthur, physician. 
Willeford Samuel, restaurant. 



DLOOMINGTON. 

Population 7G5. An incorporated town 
the St. L. B. & M. Ry. in Victoria 
county, 14 miles southeast of Victoria 
the county seat. Settled in 190S. Has 
Baptist, Christian, Methodist and Xa- 
zarine churches, a bank and a newspa- 

-, the Bloomington Breeze. Tel.. W. 
Exp., W. F. ,V- Co. Telephone connec- 
tion. L. A. Cameron, postmaster. 
Baldwin W T, hotel. 
Hell ]•; H. publr Bloomington Breeze. 
Hell W J. dentist. 
Bloomington Breeze (weekly), E II Bel) 

publr. 
BLOOMINGTON COMMERCIAL CI, III, 

otto Haisley Sec. 
Bloomington Lumber Co. 
Bloomington Pharmacy, drugs. 
Bond & Matcet, meats. 
Cameron L A, confectioner. 
Chapman J H. confectioner. 
Cox n .1. dray. 

Crum John L & Co. genl store. 
Darnell *W P, grocer. 
Long F S, livery. 
Dickey J A, confectioner. 
Dunseth & Laman, real estate. 
Farmers' Hardware .V: Furniture Co. 

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Grant Lumber Co. 

Joins C W, r r, exp and tel agt. 

Katrine Tom, dry goods. 

Lewis 1J P. ford. 

Lowry J F, baker. 

McDonnell A 1'.. hotel. 

Moore Isworth. jeweler. 

Myers \V A, dray. 

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Perkins & Taylor, meats. 

Hush John W. physician and notions. 

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Smith S M, physician. 

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Welch F X. tinner. 

Wilson E E, physician. 

Wyly W H. bottler. 

Wynn C F, ice cream mnfr. 

BLOSSOM. 

Population 1200. On < lie T. & P. Ry., 
in Lamar county, 10 miles west of Paris, 
the county seat and 110 from Dallas. 
Has Baptist. Holiness. Methodist and 
Presbyterian churches. 2 banks, a weekly- 
newspaper, the Blossom Bee; cotton oil 
mill, cotton gin. brick yard and broom 
factory. The mineral wells here are 
widely known as possessing gr